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Posted in Anne Hathaway on August 16, 2011 by fadedblog

Anne Hathaway was a stylish woman on the go as she jetted through LAX Airport in Los Angeles on Monday (August 15).

After spending the day on the set of the upcoming Batman flick, the 28-year-old actress rocked a nautical inspired ensemble as she prepared to board a flight headed to New York City.

Meanwhile, Anne is opening up about playing Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises.

“Oh I love it! I love it,” the big screen beauty tells Access Hollywood. “A lot of questions that I used to get asked were, ‘So, every girl when she grows up wants to be a princess, did you want to be a princess when you grew you?’ And I so wish I’d said what I felt back then, because the truth was, ‘No, I wanted to be Catwoman!’ And now I am… That dream came true, for sure.”

Stepping into a role previously played by Michelle Pfeiffer, Halle Berry, Julie Newmar, Lee Meriwether and Eartha Kitt is not something Anne takes lightly.

“So many great women have worn [the costume] before me,” she explains. “It’s an honor to don the suit.”

The third installment in the latest Batman trilogy hits theaters on July 20, 2012.


Posted in Anne Hathaway on August 9, 2011 by fadedblog

Anne Hathaway looked beautiful in beige as she attended the One Day premiere after party at the Russian Tea Room in New York City on Monday (August 8).

After rocking the red carpet in a dramatic gold and black Alexander McQueen dress, the big screen beauty went understated as she joined co-star Jim Sturgess for an evening of celebration.

Meanwhile, Anne says she’s one Hollywood star who’s wearing her age like a badge of honor.

“I find the passing of time very liberating,” says the actress, who turns 29 in November. “I feel more confident every, well not every single day, but most days I feel better than I did the day before, and that’s a good thing.”

Anne says she feels a sense of freedom about approaching 30.

“For every generation where traditional rules don’t apply, you don’t have to have things figured out by 22 and have four kids by the time you’re 30,” say Anne, who’s single but dating and has no children. “We have a lot more time to figure out who we are.”

Case in point, Miss Hathaway says: Meryl Streep, the 62-year-old Oscar winner.

“We have pioneers that show us there’s no reason to be afraid, and I just think fear (of aging) is something that we perpetuate,” says Anne. “Who needs it?”

One Day, based on the best-selling novel by David Nicholls, follows the romantic journey of two best friends over 20 years.


Posted in Anne Hathaway, Jake Gyllenhaal on December 6, 2010 by fadedblog

Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal showed off their matching perfect smiles as they attended the Australian premiere of Love & Other Drugs at George St Cinemas in Sydney today (December 6).

Earlier in the day, the on-screen lovers attended a press conference where Jake and Anne said sex scenes in their new movie were easier to shoot because they are mutually attracted to each other.

“I think it is easier to work with somebody that you find attractive,” said lady’s man Jake, who is famously dating country bumpkin Taylor Swift. “It’s always easier to work with things that are naturally occurring.”

Anne also admitted it was not hard to get naked with the 29-year-old lothario, who she previously starred with in Brokeback Mountain.

“I actually think that 65 to 75 percent of all my nude scenes have been with you,” she said. “And you are very attractive so I guess I can safely say yes.”

That said, Anne is still was not completely comfortable undressing on camera.

“I’ve done the nudity thing and I can tell you the most scariest part about doing nudity is two things,” the 28-year-old said. “One is having to watch it with an audience, because it becomes a little surreal, and I must say not the most comfortable thing in the world. The second part about doing nudity is talking about it — that’s a little scary, and all the attention it gets.”

“Well, my character in this movie has a lot of sex, so I had to practice a lot,” Gyllenhaal joked. “I am fully devoted to research … there are sacrifices that I have to make and that happened to be one of them.”


Posted in Anne Hathaway on October 18, 2010 by fadedblog

After her ex-boyfriend was sentenced to prison in 2008 for bilking investors out of millions in a church property scheme, Anne Hathaway says she is definitely “more wary” of men.

“It takes a minute for me to let my guard down, but once I do and I get to know someone, I’m very open, very trusting. Some might say too trusting,” the big screen beauty says in the November issue of Vogue.

Her new boyfriend is actor Adam Shulman, whom she met through mutual friends. “We hit it off immediately, but it took us a pretty long time to get together,” says Anne. “He thought that I had a boyfriend, and I thought that he had a girlfriend, so I thought that I’d better keep my distance because I didn’t want to be that girl.” After figuring out that neither of them was attached, Anne says, “things sped up a bit—and I think I’ll leave it at that.”


Posted in Anne Hathaway, Eva Mendes, Jennifer Garner on September 30, 2010 by fadedblog

Jennifer Garner was honoured with a lifetime impact award by Variety’s Power of Women, which recognizes philanthropic work by women in Hollywood.

Ditching her trademark mom jeans, the 38-year-old actress looked sharp and well put together she arrived at Variety’s 2nd Annual Power Of Women Luncheon today (September 30) to be honored for her work with Save the Children.

Eva Mendes, meanwhile, was recognized for her work with Art of Elysium – a non-profit organisation which encourages actors, artistes and musicians who dedicate their time to children suffering from serious medical conditions.

Katie Holmes was also among the awardees for her work with the Dizzy Feet Foundation, an organization she set up in 2009 with American Idol producer Nigel Lythgoe, The Pacifier director Adam Shankman and Dancing with the Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba to help underprivileged young people in the US become professional dancers and to increase access to dance education in America.

“By honouring this incredible group of high-profile women who are leading the charge, we hope to inspire and empower everyone within our industry – and throughout the world – to get involved and give back,” says Michelle Sobrino, Variety’s associate publisher. “The goal of Variety Power of Women is to celebrate women in entertainment who have made significant contributions to the philanthropic and charitable causes closest to their hearts.”

Other honorees included actress Amy Adams for her work on behalf of The Ghetto Film School, Management 360 Founding Partner Suzan Bymel for her contribution to the Global Creative Forum, Jumper star Diane Lane for her association with Heifer International — which gives livestock and training to families in poverty across the world — and Natalie Portman who is recognized for being an Ambassador of Hope for FINCA, which aims to provide small loans and other financial services to help families get out of poverty.