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November 29, 2011 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
In a fairy tale that has ignited our heart, Anne Hathaway has become engaged to her beau of three years, actor Adam Shulman ( Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning ). Adam, 30, proposed over the weekend armed with a Kwiat Heritage ring, says Us Weekly. The duo began dating a few months after Anne's thang with Raffaello Follieri folded when he was busted for defrauding investors of millions by posing as a Vatican real estate consultant. (He's currently serving a 4½-year stint in federal prison.)
ENTERTAINMENT
November 29, 2011 | By Howard Gensler
ANNE HATHAWAY'S spokesperson announced Anne's engagement yesterday, and she doesn't even have a movie to promote. How un-Hollywood of her. The lucky guy is 30-year-old Adam Shulman , who's a Brown grad best known for a recurring role in the TV show "American Dreams. " Anne, 29, is best known for roles in "The Devil Wears Prada," "The Princess Diaries," "Get Smart," "Brokeback Mountain," "Rachel Getting Married" and the upcoming "The Dark Knight Rises. "   Tattle jukebox *  Emily Robison , of the Dixie Chicks , says that the release today of the trio's 2006 VH1 "Storytellers" episode is "kind of a gift to our fans.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 18, 2012 | Choose one .
Anne Hathaway , 29, who plays feline playa Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises , dispels rumors she's with child, but admits she wants some. "I hope so. God willing. I'd love to," she tells USA Today. AH, betrothed to lesser-known thesp Adam Shulman , says she's not sure her beloved New York is the best place to raise her "hypothetical, theoretical, much-wished-for children," given her dread curse, fame . "I can't imagine raising my kids where [the paparazzi] has to become a part of their life," she says.
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July 11, 2012 | Choose one .
New kid expands Kardashian Kabal Kardashian Kabal daughter Kourtney on Sunday delivered her second baby with hub Scott Disick in Lalaland in an all-natural delivery. Kourtney, whose eldest is named Mason, diverges again from Kabal K-moniKer Konventions, naming her baby Penelope Scotland Disick. "We are forever blessed," Kourtney, 33, tells E! News. "Mommy and baby are resting comfortably. "   Usher's stepson in critical condition R&B star Usher's stepson, Kyle Glover, who was hit with a jet ski Friday at Lake Lanier in Georgia, continued to be listed in critical condition.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 26, 2013 | By Howard Gensler
WAS IT JUST us or was the Oscars red carpet a little dull this year? Nobody brought the crazy. Instead, we got a parade of underfed actresses in very light colors ( Jessica Chastain , Charlize Theron , Anne Hathaway , Jennifer Lawrence , Amy Adams , etc.). Or if they weren't in light colors, they seemed to be in armor ( Halle Berry , Naomi Watts , Stacy Keibler ). The men? One boring tuxedo after another. The Oscar red-carpet pre-shows are such a big part of the festivities now that the performers are getting a little cautious - as if Joan Rivers and E!
ENTERTAINMENT
March 4, 2011
OSCAR CO-HOSTS James Franco and Anne Hathaway also co-host this week's DVD releases. Franco stars in the unfortunately notorious "127 Hours," playing hiker Aron Ralston, who cut off his arm to survive a fall in an isolated desert canyon. It's another inspiring endorsement of human connection from director Danny Boyle - two hours of inspiration, two minutes of amputation. Hathaway co-stars with Jake Gyllenhaal in "Love and Other Drugs," an ambitious story from Ed Zwick about a shallow Viagra salesman who falls for a woman with Parkinson's.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 20, 2011
Someone - was it Cary Grant? - described the arc of celebrity in three steps: (1) Who's Cary Grant? (2) Get me Cary Grant! (3) Get me a younger Cary Grant. For the moviegoer, the dance from introduction to acclimation can take five steps, which, weirdly, conform to Elisabeth Kubler-Ross' five stages of grief, only with a happy ending. I did this dance with Meg Ryan, Will Smith, and Johnny Depp. Now I'm doing it with Anne Hathaway, whose film One Day opened Friday. First, Denial: Who says this kid with the freakishly large facial features can act?
ENTERTAINMENT
February 26, 2013
The Oscar red carpet was awash with sparkling nudes. And that, my fashion friends, was a blah way to end an awards season popping with color. But even though starlets erred on the side of blah this year, the fashions were impeccably classy, and a few even electrified. The carpet popped with the latest runway trends, from Charlize Theron's snow-white peplum gown to Naomi Watts' asymmetrical swirling neckline. Talk about a blaze of sequins. Among our favorite looks was Amy Adams' feathered Oscar de la Renta, Kerry Washington's crystal-bodiced Miu Miu, and Jennifer Lawrence's Dior Haute Couture.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 25, 2012 | By Steven Rea, Inquirer Movie Critic
A version of this review appeared in Sunday's Arts + Entertainment section. When last seen, British director Tom Hooper had just overseen a historical biography about a stammering monarch, someone who felt ill-equipped to take the throne, a chap who couldn't get a sentence out without scrunching up in agony. The King's Speech , a runaway success. There is certainly no stammering to be had, or heard, in Les Misérables, Hooper's sweeping adaptation of the Broadway musical, and destined, one suspects, for box-office glory, too. Based on Victor Hugo's hefty classic, and given an operetta treatment that can be soaring and glorious - or, when the lyrics slip into anachronistic vernacular, wincingly lame - this big-budget movie musical summons the mighty forces of CGI to create vast tableaux of castles and monasteries, shipyards and slums, France in the tumultuous first half of the 19th century.
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September 14, 2014 | BY GARY THOMPSON, Daily News Staff Writer thompsg@phillynews.com, 215-854-5992
HOLLYWOOD'S summer box office was off 15 percent this year, for obvious reasons such as "Blended" and "A Million Ways to Die in the West. " By season's end, parents were white-knuckling it though "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," wondering when the nightmare would end. It will - in just a few weeks, as it turns out. That's when Hollywood starts angling for awards and even the genre pictures are stocked with better talent. Here are some fall highlights: The Guest, Sept. 17. Dying in "Downton Abbey" was the best thing that could have happened to Dan Stevens, who has four titles coming out this fall.
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April 11, 2014 | BY GARY THOMPSON, Daily News Staff Writer thompsg@phillynews.com, 215-854-5992
THE LAST OF his kind leads his family on a perilous voyage, with a distinct environmental message - "Rio 2" is "Noah" with funkier music. Bruno Mars contributes a song, as does Janelle Monae, but I was partial to Kristin Chenoweth singing "Poisonous Love" - a ballad that a tree frog sings to her would-be cockatoo boyfriend. The soundtrack and the songs are supervised by Sergio Mendes, who, working with director Carlos Saldanha, has shaped the sequel as a full-on musical, perhaps to capture some of that music/movie "Frozen" synergy.
NEWS
January 17, 2014 | By Molly Eichel
DON'T CALL IT a comeback. After releasing her first album in nine years last spring, Philly-born rapper Eve has another project: a sitcom. The sitcom, slated for the 2014-15 pilot season on ABC, is reportedly a multicamera interracial romantic comedy. Eve is no stranger to being in front of the camera. She starred in an eponymous UPN sitcom that lasted from 2003 to 2006, playing a fashion designer named Shelly, despite the fact that the show was called "Eve," which seemed rather silly.
NEWS
November 4, 2013 | By Howard Gensler
Stuck up? Tattle has met Anne Hathaway a few times and she's always seemed nice, but In Touch reports that Anne attended the Oct. 19 Pink Party for cancer research charity gala in L.A. and one of her demands was reportedly that no one talk to her. "She was so rude to the few people she did speak to," said an unnamed source. "She just sat there rolling her eyes all night. " Sorry, we're not buying that one. And if there's one thing we know how to do it's roll our eyes.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 6, 2013 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Good call - for once! Over the weekend, human tiger-milk torpedo or . . . whatever , Charlie Sheen kind of offered to be a mentor for serial up-messer Lindsay Lohan . He waxed lyrical to TMZ of a "kinship" with LiLo and invited her to "turn to me for some advice from a guy who's been down the road as well as every other side trail on the journey. " Run, LiLo, run!!! Luckily and surprisingly, LiLo says Gracias, pero no gracias . A rep for the legally beleaguered star says her life's a wreck but - naaah.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 27, 2013 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
   Can someone please tell me what happened to E! Entertainment's red-carpet coverage Sunday night? Not only was Ryan Seacrest's hair too high, he all but disappeared during the last 45 minutes of red-carpet time. We were left with a photo montage of celebrities with much information missing, like who designed their dresses. Poor purple-haired Kelly Osbourne, diva has-been Kimora Lee Simmons, and the likable Giuliana Rancic were left filling the dead air with not much to go on. Maybe Seacrest got in trouble?
ENTERTAINMENT
February 26, 2013 | By Howard Gensler
WAS IT JUST us or was the Oscars red carpet a little dull this year? Nobody brought the crazy. Instead, we got a parade of underfed actresses in very light colors ( Jessica Chastain , Charlize Theron , Anne Hathaway , Jennifer Lawrence , Amy Adams , etc.). Or if they weren't in light colors, they seemed to be in armor ( Halle Berry , Naomi Watts , Stacy Keibler ). The men? One boring tuxedo after another. The Oscar red-carpet pre-shows are such a big part of the festivities now that the performers are getting a little cautious - as if Joan Rivers and E!
ENTERTAINMENT
February 26, 2013
The Oscar red carpet was awash with sparkling nudes. And that, my fashion friends, was a blah way to end an awards season popping with color. But even though starlets erred on the side of blah this year, the fashions were impeccably classy, and a few even electrified. The carpet popped with the latest runway trends, from Charlize Theron's snow-white peplum gown to Naomi Watts' asymmetrical swirling neckline. Talk about a blaze of sequins. Among our favorite looks was Amy Adams' feathered Oscar de la Renta, Kerry Washington's crystal-bodiced Miu Miu, and Jennifer Lawrence's Dior Haute Couture.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 25, 2012 | By Steven Rea, Inquirer Movie Critic
A version of this review appeared in Sunday's Arts + Entertainment section. When last seen, British director Tom Hooper had just overseen a historical biography about a stammering monarch, someone who felt ill-equipped to take the throne, a chap who couldn't get a sentence out without scrunching up in agony. The King's Speech , a runaway success. There is certainly no stammering to be had, or heard, in Les Misérables, Hooper's sweeping adaptation of the Broadway musical, and destined, one suspects, for box-office glory, too. Based on Victor Hugo's hefty classic, and given an operetta treatment that can be soaring and glorious - or, when the lyrics slip into anachronistic vernacular, wincingly lame - this big-budget movie musical summons the mighty forces of CGI to create vast tableaux of castles and monasteries, shipyards and slums, France in the tumultuous first half of the 19th century.
NEWS
December 24, 2012 | BY CHUCK DARROW, Daily News Staff Writer darrowc@phillynews.com, 215-313-3134
DURING MY almost-four decades as an entertainment writer-critic, I have covered every popular-arts beat, from film and TV to theater and pop music, and everything in-between (Disney ice shows, anyone?). And nothing - make that absolutely nothing - I have ever seen has thrilled, delighted and moved me more than the musical adaptation of Victor Hugo's epic novel, "Les Miserables. " Since the touring version of the worldwide smash first hit Philly in the late 1980s, I have seen "Les Miz" (as it's affectionately and universally known)
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