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Vanity Fair Before they Were Famous

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Vanity Fair put up a gallery of photos of the young ones from days gone by.  You’ll notice an enduring trend going all the way back to the early days of Hollywood – cheesecake sells.  Actresses are measured by their hotness – almost like cuts of beef in the butcher display case.  There really is no fighting it.  Human nature, marketing – you get the idea.  But they are worth…

85th Academy Awards, Backstage

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  Jennifer Lawrence, Best Actress winner, hugs Anne Hathaway, Best Supporting Actress winner after the 85th Oscar ceremony. After the cut, yet more.

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Ann Friedman Asks, Why Do Women Hate Anne Hathaway and Love Jennifer Lawrence?

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She confesses this: I can’t figure out why I don’t like Anne Hathaway. Or rather, why we don’t. In all the social-media fallout from the Oscars, the Best Supporting Actress winner also almost won Most Detested Figure of the Night, finishing just behind Seth MacFarlane and the idiot at The Onion who tweeted a slur about 9-year-old Quvenzhané Wallis. “And what the Onion missed is that it’s Anne Hathaway who’s the real cunt. Right EVERY…

Great Performances Video

Great Performances Video

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Is Supporting Actress Hathaway’s To Lose?

Is Supporting Actress Hathaway’s To Lose?

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The Supporting Actress category appears to be locked. It’s Anne Hathaway‘s to lose.  Part of it is who she is right now in the industry, who she is to the Academy itself, but the other part of it is her work in Les Miserables.  For some reason Hathaway has become the object of scorn – maybe because she’s “too smart” at the mic, taking out time from her speech to…

Anne Hathaway Parody Making the Rounds

Anne Hathaway Parody Making the Rounds

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I wasn’t going to post this because I’m not sure why Anne Hathaway is being labeled with the “I want to win an Oscar” thing. Sorry, but I don’t see anyone out there in Oscar world that doesn’t want to win. I’ve seen and heard things this year I wish I could unhear. But Hathaway is a disciplined, dedicated artist who turned in two brilliant performances this year. She owned…

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19th Annual SAG Awards spread the wealth; Lincoln leads with two wins

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THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role DANIEL DAY-LEWIS / Abraham Lincoln – “LINCOLN” Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role JENNIFER LAWRENCE / Tiffany – “SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK” Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role TOMMY LEE JONES / Thaddeus Stevens – “LINCOLN” Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role ANNE HATHAWAY / Fantine…

Best Actress Roundtable at the Hollywood Reporter

Best Actress Roundtable at the Hollywood Reporter

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The Hollywood Reporter has put up their Best Actress roundtable. So far, they’ve done the writers and actors so now they add the actresses – lead and supporting. Marion Cotillard, Naomi Watts, Helen Hunt, Sally Field, Anne Hathaway, Amy Adams and Rachel Weisz. Some pics after the cut. HR link.

Anne Vs. Amy, Podcasts and More

Anne Vs. Amy, Podcasts and More

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In case you hadn’t heard, I was the guest on AwardCircuit’s Power Hour this week.  We discussed the Best Actress and supporting actress race.  Also, you can hear me weekly on the Oscar Poker podcast with Jeff Wells and Phil Contrino. This week’s guest was Variety’s Jeff Schneider. Meanwhile, Nathaniel has decided to put the Anne vs. Amy dynamic up to his readers up for discussion.  Both actresses continually turn…

The Huffpo Gets into the Oscar Game – Swings and Misses

The Huffpo Gets into the Oscar Game – Swings and Misses

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In a recent article on the Oscar race by Christopher Rosen an attempt was made to figure out which actors have the best shot at an Oscar nod in The Dark Knight Rises. There is only one. And her name is Anne Hathaway. Spirited, beautiful, liked by Academy members and the only performer singled out for her work in the film. She comes in at number two on Rosen’s list…