Pictured: Stacy Keibler, Minka Kelly, Kate Bosworth, Christina Ricci, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried
From this set we can confirm that Stacy Keibler wore Rachel Roy, Minka Kelly wore Carolina Herrera, Kate Bosworth wore Balmain, Christina Ricci wore Vivienne Westwood, Anne Hathaway wore Valentino, and Amanda Seyfried wore Givenchy.
The 2013 Costume Institute Gala was held at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. In celebration to the Met’s exhibition “PUNK: Chaos to Couture”, the event brings out a who’s who in the world of fashion with numbers of celebrities wearing one-of-a-king creations. The gala was co-chaired by co-chaired by Rooney Mara, Lauren Santo Domingo, Riccardo Tisci, and Anna Wintour. For more coverage from last night’s gala, visit The Met Gala at Vogue.com.
The upcoming exhibition will feature punk’s influence on fashion including “original punk garments and recent, directional fashion to illustrate how haute couture and ready-to-wear borrow punk’s visual symbols.” The exhibition runs from May 9th through August 16th. For more information, visit “PUNK: Chaos to Couture” at The Met website.
The Oscar-winning actress was spotted out & about in L.A. running errands yesterday. Before hitting up a grocery story, Anne grabbed breakfast with a seemingly pregnant friend. During one of the many interviews she did while on her Oscar run earlier this year, Anne was quoted as saying, “I wanted to be a mom since I was 16. I’m 30 and I want to have a family of a certain size, I gotta get on it,” so I think it’s safe to assume that she & husband Adam Shulman are trying to have a baby—especially at this particular juncture in her career.
The “Les Misérables” star is taking it easy this year with no releases on schedule, but she is once again lending her voice to the sequel of the popular animated feature “Rio,” which is set for a 2014 release.
Top Row: Madalina Ghenea & Gerard Butler, Natalie Portman & Benjamin Millepied, Jason Statham & Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Diane Kruger & Joshua Jackson
Bottom Row: Emily Mortimer & Alessandro Nivola, Adam Shulman & Anne Hathaway, Michael Strahan & Nicole Murphy, Paula Patton & Robin Thicke
“She’s excited, exuberant, peppy — is it really all that intolerable?”[HP]
Quick question: did Anne Hathaway kill somebody’s dog? Because we frankly don’t know how else to explain the rampant barrage of insults and spewing anger directed at the woman who broke a thousand hearts per theater with her performance as Fantine in Les Miserables.
Hathaway is far from cool. We get it. She is, after all, the actress who sprung to fame in The Princess Diaries. Her ‘precious’ quotient has always been a little too high for most people’s personal tastes. But it’s not like she’s a friggin’ war criminal . . . or a spotlight-obsessed reality star. You’re likely to find warmer vibes between Jon Hamm and Kim Kardashian than you are between Hathaway and the millions (billions?) tweeting about her during the show.
Some of them left us scratching our heads, wondering how a single woman could inspire such social media rage. Check them out and tell us if we are overreacting:
– one time I googled “I hate Anne Hathaway” too see if anyone else related to my problems in life
– The only thing I hate more than Anne Hathaway is Anne Hathaway crying
– I love that everyone has their own personal reason for hating Anne Hathaway but in the end we can all come together to agree she’s awful!
– .@frantaclaus on anne hathaway: “it’s like they took all the things that people find annoying and put them in one person”
– Anne Hathaway is always schvitzing like a maniac. I mean theatre kid.
– I’m already cringing over the impending awkward Anne Hathaway acceptance speech.
Here’s Anne & hubby Adam Shulman @ The Vanity Fair after party:
The backstage interviews are a great way of gaining insight into the varying personalities of Oscar winners and this year was certainly no different. Best Actress Academy Award winner Jennifer Lawrence has accomplished a lot at such a young age, so it was very interesting to hear her humorously tackle questions–even when some douche bag asked her whether she was afraid if she had peaked too early in her career. Watch Jennifer’s interview below:
As for Best Supporting Actress Anne Hathaway, I just find her really annoying for some reason. She starts to cry around the 5:20 mark slowly shedding light on what the “It” in acceptance meant by saying, “I had a dream…and it came true…and that can happen….and that’s wonderful and so all I was saying that it can and that it did.” Aaaw, how sweet. Take a listen & have your take:
Pictured: Daniel Day-Lewis, Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway, Christoph Waltz
First of all, congrats to Anne for winning the Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for her work in ‘Les Miserables’. Now, let’s see if the Oscar Love Curse bites Anne in the coming weeks. Also, I wonder what Sandra Bullock was thinking when Anne Hathaway was dropping those sweet words for her hubby. Ouch.
What’s up with Anne Hathaway’s stylist throwing her under the bus at these major events? The Best Supporting Actress nominee was wearing a sheer white Prada dress. After the whole crotch incident at the “Les Miserables” premiere in NYC, you’d think they’d play it a little safer.
Then again, she did say she chose the dress just three hours before appearing on the red carpet, so that’s a lesson for all you ladies! Make sure you test your dresses in cold temps before hitting the Oscars red carpet!
Anne Hathaway was honored last night at the 15th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Up for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her work in Les Miserables, Anne was presented with a spotlight award, which honors actors and directors for their collaborations with costume designers. Other attendees included Joel McHale included Jon Hamm, Connie Britton, Shirley MacLaine, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph and Russell Crowe. For more info, visit the Costume Designers Guild website.
Everyone knows that Anne Hathaway will undoubtedly win the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress on Sunday when the Academy Awards goes down in Los Angeles, so it was very interesting to see the “Les Miserables” actress cruising around her L.A. neighborhood with no wedding ring while wearing a funky sheer hat and sipping from a water bottle.
For those of you who don’t know anything about the Oscar Love Curse, let’s turn to the Wiki:
The Oscar love curse or Oscar curse is a superstition that the woman who wins the Academy Award for Best Actress will have her boyfriend or husband cheat on her or divorce her soon after. It has also been applied to the Best Supporting Actress. Source
According to the Wiki, here are the past ten winners who got their hearts crushed soon after the Oscars…
Susan Sarandon (1996 Dead Man Walking) and longtime partner Tim Robbins
Helen Hunt (1998 As Good as It Gets) and boyfriend later husband Hank Azaria
Julia Roberts (2001 Erin Brockovich) and boyfriend Benjamin Bratt
Halle Berry (2002 Monster’s Ball) and husband Eric Benet.
Charlize Theron (2004 Monster) and longtime boyfriend Stuart Townsend
Hilary Swank (2000 Boys Don’t Cry and 2005 Million Dollar Baby) and husband Chad Lowe
Reese Witherspoon (2006 Walk the Line) and husband Ryan Philippe
Kate Winslet (2009 The Reader) and husband Sam Mendes
Sandra Bullock (2010 The Blind Side) and husband Jesse James
After what happened to Anne’s first lover, let’s just pray that she’s getting her ring resized or something…
Pictured (this will be somewhat confusing): Right to left (top photos): Jessica Chastain, Amy Adams, Gemma Arterton, Jennifer Lawrence (large center), Anne Hathaway, Marion Cotillard; Bottom row: Olga Kurylenko, Jennifer Garner & Elizabeth Olsen
I think it’s safe to say the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences who nominates & presents the awards at the annual Academy Awards is seriously regretting not including Ben Affleck as a Best Director nominee for the upcoming awards. Somebody powerful on the committee obviously holds a grudge against Ben (or maybe even Iran), but I think he could careless considering he has won at pretty much every other award show this season. Once again, Ben Affleck & his directorial debut film “Argo” took home the top prizes at the 66th British Academy Film Awards, winning both Best Film & Best Director honors. Let’s hope he & wife Jennifer Garner make sure they use protection when have having sex later tonight back at their luxury hotel in London.
Other notable winners included Daniel Day-Lewis and Emmanuelle Riva receiving awards for Best Actor and Best Actress respectively and continuing her own award season streak, Anne Hathaway scored Best Supporting Actress honors. Christoph Waltz won Best Supporting Actor for his tremendous work in Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained.” And last but not least, “Skyfall” was named Best British Film. If you bastards haven’t watched any of the films, you have a lot of screen time ahead of you.
Amanda Seyfried and Anne Hathaway are in Germany attending the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) doing some promo work for Les Miserables. The film has already grossed over $340 million worldwide and is nominated for eight Academy Awards and nine BAFTAs while already taking home the Golden Globes for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy (Hugh Jackman), and Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture (Anne Hathaway).
In addition to Les Miserables, Amanda was doing some promo work for her next film Lovelace where she stars as pornstar Linda Lovelace. Having already made its premiere at Sundance, the film is set to hit theaters June 28th. Check out a clip from the film below since there’s no official trailer just yet.