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3Here’s Some Stills from Les Miserables

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Remember we talked about Anne Hathaway having to drop 16 pounds in just a few weeks? No? OK, that’s because we didn’t. But she did. She was told that she had to lose 16 pounds over a three-week period in order to get the “I’m dying!” look that her role in the new Les Miserables reboot dictated. And she did! And this was the end result, but Anne Hathaway was pretty skinny to begin with, so honestly, I don’t see too much of a difference. She’s playing Fantine, a prostitute who’s dying of fatal tuberculosis. She’s supposed to look like this. She’s skinny is all. I definitely thought she’d be less busty, though, that’s for sure.

Also, how hot does Hugh Jackman look? Way better than this, anyway, but I guess you’d look like that, too, if you were just out of a French prison.

Last, I’m with Emily when she says that she’s super excited for this movie. I saw it on Broadway back in my Sophomore year of high school, and honestly, I didn’t care too much about that business at the time. And then in my Junior year, when we actually read the book, I was like, “Damn. Wish I’d paid more attention. Why would you let us see the play first anyway?” Gotta love those district administrators who work so hard to be hand-in-hand with what’s going on in the educational curriculum of high schoolers.

April 20, 2012 at 7:30 am by Sarah

3 Responses to “Here’s Some Stills from Les Miserables

  1. mireee says:

    Yay for people tuberculosis! (Me).

  2. Malia says:

    I really don’t see how you “can’t see much of a difference”. O.o She looks deathly. That’s the first thing I thought when I saw this picture. Scary thin!

  3. Bus says:

    As far as hotness, I think she peaked in The Devil Wears Prada. Since then she’s been steadily losing weight and I’m not into ribs. Other than that, I don’t know the first thing about Les Miserbob so I’ll have an open mind when I watch the movie.

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