It's no secret that many people guest host Saturday Night Live to promote upcoming projects or films, but some handle the whole "plug my project while I make you laugh" thing better than others. Well, Anne Hathaway is a terrific multi-tasker: she managed to plug 'Les Miserables' while leading an inspired and rousing opening to last night's show.
Ready for another 'Les Miserables' trailer? Well, this one isn't as exciting as the first one, which debuted Anne Hathaway's major singing moment in the film, as this new international UK trailer is more depressing than anything else. However, after watching all the new footage compiled together, you realize that it actually doubles as a medley of some of the major songs from the musical!
As expected, last weekend's 'SNL' featuring Louis C.K. offered up an even mix of laughs and groans, some sketches falling flat while others stood as tall as Abraham Lincoln's stovepipe hat. This weekend's newest outing will go back to basics however, as 'Les Miserables' star and Hollywood sweetheart Anne Hathaway picks up hosting duties for the third time, with musical guest Rihanna. So what's the one thing Anne Hathaway has that Louis C.K. doesn't, as highlighted by the new promos? Sexy, sexy hair.
See? Everything gets better when the storm is over. In spite of all the many weather-related cancellations, earlier we learned that Louis C.K. would indeed go on to host 'SNL' this weekend with musical guest Fun., but what of future hosts? It seems the next two weeks are set as well, with returning host Anne Hathaway, and first-timer Jeremy Renner! So what musical guests will accompany them?
The 2013 Oscar season is almost here and 'The Dark Knight Rises' is looking to get its hand on some of those gold trophies. Warner Bros. is mounting a major 'Dark Knight Rises' Oscar campaign for the film in most major categories. Find out who's in the running and who they'll likely be competing against.
We haven't heard much about Steven Spielberg's 'Robopocalypse' since it was announced that Chris Hemsworth was talking about joining the cast, but now it seems the film is adding more talent in front of and behind the camera. Anne Hathaway is supposedly circling the female lead, while Tom Rothman is in talks to produce the film.
You have three marquee-busting actors with Oscar credibility in your cast. You have an Oscar-winning director coming off his massively successful Best Picture honoree. You have the power of Broadway behind you. And your debut poster is … the face of an orphan?