Could the equine-faced beauty, Anne Hathaway, be the new face of the Marc Jacobs campaign? According to Vogue UK, it’s a distinct possibility.
Victoria Beckham has been the face and body of Marc Jacobs for the past year, but word has it that Jacobs is looking to trade his Posh friend for a younger model with more, ummmm…horsepower.
“Marc and Anne have forged a fast but very intense friendship,” a friend of the star revealed to the Mail on Sunday. “They’re going to start doing public appearances together soon.”
“Anne hasn’t signed up to do any advertising yet but, by dressing her, Marc can infuse his line with a fresh but famous face and Anne can revamp her image,” the source continued. “If it works well, Anne would be happy to model for some of Marc’s campaigns.”
Now listen, I’m asking you all to forgive me. I know I’ve been snark squared today but you would be too if you were in my current situation and facing the challenge that I have to deal with today. I am bidding you all adieu whilst I go craft my Mischa Manifesto. If I don’t contract some chronic illness or just plain die in the process, I’ll be back later to publish it.
I still want to give Anne Hathaway sugar cubes and pound iron nails into her hands and feet, though.
April 7, 2009 at 9:50 am by Wendie
My sister’s in town visiting this week, and somehow the topic of Anne Hathaway came up. My sister was like, “I never like her in movies,” and I was like, “You know, me neither. I like that she was dating a “Vatican” con-man, I like that she sold him out to the Feds, and I like what she wears when Rachel Zoe styles her, but I never actually do like her in movies.” So I have to admit that I’m kind of disappointed that Anne’s been chosen to play Judy Garland in her upcoming biopic, Get Happy: The Life of Judy Garland.
Even weirder: They’re doing both a film AND stage adaptation, and Anne will star in both. SOMEBODY KEEP HER AWAY FROM THE SUSHI!
Seriously though I think they were looking for someone who has proven she can sing, dance, and play a drug addict, so I don’t understand how Courtney Love was passed up for this role. They must have wanted a brunette.
March 24, 2009 at 1:01 am by Evil Beet
Who wants to have sex with Anne Hathaway?
I do! I do!
Hot, hot, hot.
March 2, 2009 at 12:22 pm by Evil Beet
Anne Hathaway has Suga Mama disease. She seems to have some sort of internal homing device that draws her to the wrong sort of man. You know, the one that “never has money/always forgets his wallet and needs you to pay but that’s okay because he loves you so much.”
First, there was master con-man douche Raffaello Follieri, whose rent she reported paid among other things, and now this new guy, Adam Shulman. Star Magazine reports:
“Adam is not a swindler like Raffaello, but the truth is the truth: Adam is far from Mr. Moneybags, so Anne has to buy everything,” an insider tells Star. “She leads an extravagant lifestyle — she has to fly all over the globe and show up at black-tie events. The only way for Adam to fit into her life is if she foots the bill.”
Still, adds the source, “He feels bad that Anne has to pay, so he does little things for her, like buy her books, give her love notes and cook her meals — little things to make her feel special.”
I won’t go so far as to say this Adam character is a bad egg. However, someone as beautiful and talented as Anne should be able to find someone on her level – both intellectually and financially. She’s too young and too pretty to be settling into this boytoy dynamic so soon.
February 8, 2009 at 7:15 am by Soleil
Her acceptance speech at the Critics Choice Awards last night was really painful to watch and makes me kind of remember why I used to hate her.
Also: the look on Angelina Jolie’s face is priceless. Angie lost out to Anne for the award. Which kind of explains this picture:
I love this photo so much. Angelina could not look less happy to be in this photograph. Pure gold.
January 9, 2009 at 11:13 am by Evil Beet
What does Anne Hathaway expect from Barack Obama in 2009?
An explanation, dammit, of why he chose Rick Warren to do the invocation at his inauguration.
Anne, I’d like an explanation of how you spent four years of your life dating a man who falsely claimed to be the CFO of the Vatican without catching on.
We don’t always get what we want, my dear.