The idea for Colossal sounds exactly that: “colossal.” A woman in the US can sometimes, when she’s drunk and in the right place, become a giant monster in Seoul, South Korea. Add to that Oscar-winning actress Anne Hathaway, and it sounds like a Hollywood blockbuster. But that’s not what Colossal is at all.
Try to imagine living in a world in which strangers regularly reminded you that a large number of people actively disliked you, and you’ll start to understand a sliver of Anne Hathaway’s life. Last week, during a press junket for her new movie Colossal, she told me that the supposed phenomenon of audiences hating her…
Few movies have as original or weird a premise as Colossal. That premise: Anne Hathaway plays a woman who realizes she can occasionally spawn a real-life giant monster halfway across the world that acts as her avatar, mimicking her movements.
In Colossal, Anne Hathaway plays an alcoholic underachiever who is forced to move back to her rural hometown. There, she realizes if she stands in a certain place at a certain time, a massive kaiju that mimics her movements spawns in the city of Seoul, South Korea. Yes, you read that right.
For a number of reasons, the story of Alice in Wonderland has always had a strong connection to drugs. And yet, it’s weird to see it manifest so overtly in the latest look at the Disney sequel, Alice Through The Looking Glass.
Working with Christopher Nolan must have given Oscar-winner Anne Hathaway a taste for space. The Interstellar co-star just signed on to make The Shower, a film about a baby shower that turns into a meteor shower that turns men into blood-thirsty aliens.
One Direction aren’t the only physics-loving celebrities hiding in plain sight. From PhD astrophysicist and rock star Brian May to mathematics book author and actress Danica McKellar, the list of entertainers who get giddy over the wonder of our universe is near-endless.
As is his wont, Christopher Nolan's been close-lipped about what happens in his next film Interstellar. But now there's a free game based on it available at the official website, and it reveals a tiny bit more about the film.
This week's Entertainment Weekly has The Dark Knight Rises on the cover, and it's your best look yet at Catwoman's pointy ears. And my god, does Anne Hathaway look anorexic to anyone else? I know that she bragged that she lived on "kale and dust" for Dark Knight Rises, but I hadn't seen her looking quite so...…
At a shooting of The Dark Knight Rises in Los Angeles yesterday, Anne Hathaway's Catwoman costume got an upgrade: ears! Spoilers, and so on.
You know how awesome Superman looked? Anne Hathaway's Catwoman is like the opposite of that. Like, seriously what the heck. Does she have on 3D glasses? Where's the sexy? Where's the cat?! Where's the woman!?
The first official image of Anne Hathaway as Catwoman in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises strips Selina Kyle of her cat ears! Looks like this cat burglar is a lot more tech-nerd and a lot less kitten-with-a-whip.
More big name casting rumors are surfacing about Chris Nolan's third Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises. So who does Nolan have his eye on for Batman's next romantic interest, and a possible female villain? Here's the list.
Despite her ongoing reinvention as a serious actress (see this week's Entertainment Weekly with the weird cover) Anne Hathaway is dying to do another Get Smart movie. Since the first one did respectably ($129 million domestically, $223 million worldwide) she may get her chance. Unfortunately, her idea for what would…
According to the new scifi thriller Passengers, the reward for surviving a terrible plane crash includes gaining superpowers and getting to sleep with Anne Hathaway. Survivor Patrick Wilson gets all touchy-feely with his new grief counselor Hathaway after escaping near-death from a traumatic plane crash that leaves…