If you are looking for at least one slam-dunk, no-doubt, high-profile Academy Awards category, here it is: Anne Hathaway will win as best supporting actress. She slays audiences who sob through her rendition of I Dreamed a Dream in Les Miserables.
At 30, after teen movie stardom, she has matured into a beautiful woman. With the adventures of her troubled private life -- none her fault -- she has banked tons of public good will. With her willingness to take acting risks that reflect her complexity, she has emerged as a bona fide actress.
That last but most significant element was reinforced with her work in the emotionally charged drama, Rachel Getting Married. This 2009 film generated Hathaway's first Oscar nomination, as best actress. For 2012, she could easily have been nominated twice: for The Dark Knight Rises as well.
'Prometheus 2' moves forward with new writer If you were angry when screenwriter Damon Lindelof announced earlier this year he had no plans to write a sequel to Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, breathe deep. Variety is reporting that 20th Century Fox and Scott Free are turning to Jack Paglen to ... Read more
No Loki in 'Avengers 2'? Tom Hiddleston has had quite the run as the villainous Loki in Marvel’s Thor and The Avengers. After a snippet from this November’s Thor: The Dark World revealed that the actor will be doing a three-peat on the character, the natural assumption ... Read more