This will be one of the best things you watch all day: The first official teaser for Tom Hooper's Les Miserables. It's breathtaking. We also have a trailer for Bruce Willis' Lay the Favorite, and details on the anticipated E.T. Blu-ray release.
A new batch of images from Les Miserables starring Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway and Russell Crowe arrived today. Also, more new banners for The Dark Knight Rises, along with Morgan Freeman in the latest TV spot. Plus The Muppets blooper reel, Silence of the Lambs prequel, Ice Age international commercial and more!
Anne Hathaway is the latest to bring Selina Kyle to life, following in the footsteps of actresses like Julie Newmar, Eartha Kitt, and Michelle Pfeiffer. How does she feel about taking on such a role? That was the thrust of our conversation with Miss Hathaway on the set of The Dark Knight Rises in Pittsburgh last summer.
Straight from Warner Bros. comes these wickedly alluring banners for The Dark Knight Rises that shine new light on the film that brings the legend of the Batman to an end this July 20th. Movies.com was one of the lucky sites invited on set and will be bringing brand new content and interviews soon! Stay tuned!
The first full theatrical trailer for The Dark Knight Rises has landed online. For those who have trouble understanding Bane in this new trailer, we've translated his dialogue as well as included the script to the prologue which played in front of Mission: Impossible IMAX. Also, did Nolan sneak in an Easter Egg regarding Robin?
What started out as a slow week in movie world finished with a flurry of news and pics, including images for Breaking Dawn - Part 1 and The Hunger Games. As we wind down the final days of summer, let's take a look back at the headlines, rumors, videos, pics and trailers that hit the web this week.
Not long after the first official image of Anne Hathaway as Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises was released, the actress was shipped off to New York to do press for her upcoming romance film One Day. MTV caught up with her there and asked about the costume, the image and the reaction...
With the first week of August behind us, we take a look back at a week which included first looks at Superman, Catwoman and Rihanna in Battleship as well as trailers for The Darkest Hour, Moneyball and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. Also, the Harry Potter theme gets Heavy Metal-ized and Matt Damon defends teachers.
Right off the bat it's a very different look for Catwoman than we've seen in the past, as this first official image of Anne Hathaway from The Dark Knight Rises shows us a character in all black with some sort of special black goggles on instead of that iconic cat mask. What you think of Anne Hathaway's Catwoman look?
Now that the 2011 Academy Awards are behind us – and we’ve read and watched a number of people compliment and criticize the job done by hosts Anne Hathaway and James Franco – it’s time to look ahead and provide the folks who run that giant Oscar ship with some suggestions of our own as to who should host the ceremony next year.
Though most of the geek world would literally murder Christopher Nolan if he included the character of Selina Kyle in The Dark Knight Rises without showing her transformation into Catwoman, we all still needed some sort of confirmation that Anne Hathaway was indeed going to be Catwoman in the film in order to calm our worst fears. Plus the Grease video with Hathaway and Franco that didn't make it into the Oscars telecast and waiting for a new Captain America trailer.
Twentieth Century Fox teamed up with director Carlos Saldanha to unveil a "close-to-final" presentation of Rio in 3D to members of the press this morning. Joining the packed audience inside the 476-seat Zanuck Theater were stars Anne Hathaway, George Lopez and Jamie Foxx. Find out what Hathaway found to be "bowel-clenchingly frightening."
So it has been decided. After months of speculation, including a pool of actresses ranging from Naomi Watts and Keira Knightley to Blake Lively and Jessica Biel, Warner Bros. has announced who will join Tom Hardy's Bane in Christopher Nolan's third and final installment of Batman: The Dark Knight Rises. And the winner is…
You better get used to these shortlists full of people auditioning for roles, because this is the next logical step in our quest to know every little detail about a movie before it hits theaters. What was once a race to announce who's signed onto a role is now a race to determine who's trying out for said role, which inevitably leads to stories like this one.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has decided to return to the two-host format for next year's Academy Awards (which will reward the films from this year even though it's technically airing on television next year) by announcing that James Franco and Anne Hathaway will lead the next Oscar ceremony, due to hit ABC on February 27th, 2011.
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