Remember how Anne Hathaway used to make fun of Katie Holmes on SNL all the time? Because there’s apparently this back story to it, and the back story isn’t so nice. At least, for Katie Holmes. I’m sure Anne Hathaway is just happier than a pig in shit, because she’s the one who thinks she’s so much better than Katie in every possible way known to man.
Again, National Enquirer, because lately, I think they’re onto something, maybe:
The claws are out between the Batman babes after Anne Hathaway poked fun at Katie Holmes during a November appearance on “Saturday Night Live.”
During hilarious skits on the long-running late-night comedy show, Les Miserables star Anne skewered both Katie AND “Homeland” actress Claire Danes. And although she’s offiically offered a mea culpa to Claire — along with a bouquet of flowers — she’s conspicuously neglected to apologize to Tom Cruise’s ex-wife Katie.
“Anne and Katie are longtime rivals,” disclosed an insider. “Anne puts forth a very genial, friendly image, but she has a wicked competitive streak. She doesn’t like Katie because they used to go up for similar roles. Anne always felt lke Katie used her Hollywood connections through Tom to advance her career. And she constantly makes fun of Katie behind her back, mocking her former marriage and even her appearance.”
Anne also believes she outclassed Katie in their Batman movies. While she was lauded for her performance as Catwoman in The Dark Knight [Rises],” critics panned Katie, 34, for her role as the Caped Crusader’s love interest in Batman Begins.
“Simply put,” said the insider, “There is no love lost between Anne and Katie.” Anne, 30, hosted “SNL” for the third time on Nov. 10, and while she also spoofed Claire’s erratic character on the Showtime series “Homeland,” her mean-spirited mockery of Katie’s smile and mannerisms both infuriated and humiliated the actress.
And that was even Anne’s first roast of Katie — she also mimicked her during a 2010 “SNL” appearance! While Katie was good-natured the first time around, she’s apparently not laughing anymore. “It all comes down to the fact that Anne doesn’t take Katie seriously as an actress,” noted the insider. “And Katie’s gotten Anne’s message loud and clear.”
Ugh, this bitch, guys. This bitch. I don’t even understand why people love her so much. Yeah, OK, so she’s pretty. And she’s got a decent body, I guess. Truth be told, I think she’s a sub par actress, and I don’t even need to see ‘Les Miserables’ to tell you that. I’d rather watch ‘Dawson’s Creek’ and ‘Teaching Mrs. Tingle’ over ‘One Day’ any damn day.
Can’t we just keep it civil for Batman’s sake, guys? Come on.
January 26, 2013 at 7:00 am by Sarah
Let me kick this off by mentioning that this story is from Star magazine. If you didn’t know, a lot of things that Star prints are not true. But some of them are! And I think that this story is one of the true things. At least a little.
Anne Hathaway really, really wants that Oscar for Les Miserables. We already know that. And even though she did a phenomenal job in the movie, and even though she definitely deserves it, I think she’s going a little far with her campaigning.
The story is that she is working with a team of writers so that her acceptance speech will be perfect. Oh, and that she’s turned her New York apartment into her “rehearsal stage,” where she runs through her speech, tries on a variety of dresses, and practices her red carpet interviews. And while that does seem a little crazy, is it too crazy for Anne?
According to Anne’s rep, yes, yes it is:
“It’s all rubbish. She has not practiced a speech nor is she working with a team of writers. It’s all 100 percent fabricated. Also, she hasn’t been back to New York for the past two weeks and probably won’t be there before Oscars, so it’s beyond ridiculous to suggest she turned her NY apartment into a rehearsal space.”
I don’t know, I think part of this story is true. I think she’s definitely started working on her speech already, and I wouldn’t be surprised if she hired writers to help. Even rehearsing the speech sounds plausible, and it certainly wouldn’t be crazy if she’s already started looking for the right dress. But something about her rehearsing interviews just crosses the line for me. Something about that just takes the whole thing to the next level.
But what do you think Anne Hathaway is doing right now?
January 25, 2013 at 5:30 am by Emily
Here’s a picture of Anne Hathaway leaving a Vietnamese restaurant in Silver Lake, California, with her husband, Adam Shulman, and you know what? Adam Shulman is pretty hot in a Ryan Gosling-meets-Mark Zuckerberg kind of way, and I like it. Also, Anne Hathaway has no makeup on and is sporting a pretty impressive bed head to boot. That’s pretty much what my hair looks like all the time, but don’t think laziness has anything to do with it. No, it’s all prerogative there, folks. I just like it this way.
But anyway, hey! This picture of Anne sure beats having to see Anne’s labia hanging out all over the place, now, doesn’t it? Or, I don’t know, does it?
January 24, 2013 at 12:30 pm by Sarah
Ok, look. I need to take a minute to publicly apologize for that time that I said it was weird when Anne Hathaway said that it would be embarrassing if she didn’t get nominated for an Oscar for her work in Les Miserables. I finally saw the movie yesterday, and she deserves ALL the Oscars. Give them all to her. She was that good. I would be perfectly fine if she won the all of the awards for the rest of her whole life and for a good few years after her death. I can’t even put into words how good she was, but I keep on trying because she was THAT good.
So basically, no matter what she says or how she acts or how many times she “accidentally” shows off her ‘gina, I’m rooting for her all the way. Even after reading this interview, which I really don’t think can be described in any other terms than “whatever”:
On her image: “I’m not Rihanna. I’m not cool. When people come up to me in the street, they often want a hug not a photo, and they want that because they like my work. For a long time it was me and her [her manager] against the world. I was seen as this bizarre-world good-girl cartoon that I in no way identified with – very vanilla, very sweet, very accessible and not interesting. I had no grit, no sex appeal.”
On being 30: “It doesn’t help that the new crop of girls is so gorgeous, and so 22 years old. But I’m excited about it.”
On her new husband: “He walks into a room, and I light up. I can’t help it. A few days into it [filming Les Misérables] I said ‘I’m having too much fun, I just want to play with you and I need to be really sad right now. I knew from the second I met him that he was the love of my life.”
The stuff about her husband was sweet, but all the stuff about Rihanna and everybody … it’s just like talking to a person who just says all this stuff, and you don’t even really know what they’re talking about because you just don’t care enough to listen. They don’t make you angry or happy, they don’t make you laugh. They’re just saying words. I feel like Anne here has been just saying words a lot lately.
But hey, did you see Les Mis yet? Because she was unbelievable.
January 3, 2013 at 11:30 am by Emily
“It’s hugely flattering but nothing is real yet, so it’s lovely that people are talking about it. So I’m of two minds, which is one, ‘Oh my gosh could you imagine if it came true?’ and two, ‘Can you imagine how embarrassing it’ll be if it doesn’t happen, if I don’t get nominated?’ So I’m just trying to keep my feet on the ground at the moment.”
I don’t know, you guys. While there’s certainly been a whole lot of talk about Anne’s Oscar-worthy performance, and while I usually love this lady, something about this rubs me the wrong way. Is that wrong? It’s the whole part about how embarrassing it will be if she doesn’t get nominated, it just seems kind of braggy to me. I realize she said the other stuff too, about “what if it came true,” but it still makes me feel funny.
Also, is there any set criteria for Best Supporting Actress nomination? Because while she’s important to the story and while she has one of the most famous songs from the show, Fantine really isn’t that big of a character. Just wondering. Ugh.
December 23, 2012 at 12:00 pm by Emily
I’m a fan of underwear only because it keeps me warm.
—What Amanda said in response to a TMZ cameraman’s question on what she thought about ‘Les Miserables’ co-star Anne Hathaway’s upskirt photo. Amanda more or less told us why she, herself, wears underwear, and why her reason might just be Anne‘s reason because duh, how uncomfortable to be asked about another woman’s vaginal habits. You wouldn’t make any sense, either.