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Jon Stewart and Anne Hathaway Geek Out About Scrabble (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Aug 19th 2011 7:07AM
Anne Hathaway, 'The Daily Show'It turned into a bit of a nerd-fest on 'The Daily Show' (Weeknights, 11PM ET on Comedy Central) after the audience recognized his use of the 'World of Warcraft' font in a comedy bit. When Anne Hathaway came out, she called them her people.

Her nerd choice, apparently, is a love of the game Scrabble, which lead to what may be the longest interview discussion about Scrabble in the history of talk shows (at least with someone who isn't some kind of world Scrabble champion).

Jon Stewart and Hathaway talked about strategies playing on the computer, and some wisdom that Stewart got from his seven-year old son. The PC game offers you four chances to use a "Best Word" feature when you're playing the computer.

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Anne Hathaway Won't Give Away Catwoman Details, But Will Talk About Rapping and Mooning (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 18th 2011 3:30PM
Anne Hathaway watches her 'Conan' performance on 'Today'Anne Hathaway wouldn't reveal too much about her role as Catwoman/Selina Kyle in the new 'Dark Knight Rises' film on 'Today' (weekdays, 7AM on NBC). But if Catwoman is anything like Hathaway, she's a paparazzi-hating rapper who's prone to mooning her friends. She addressed all of those issues in her interview with Matt Lauer.

Lauer asked how her Catwoman would be different from those past. "That's getting a little too specific," she said. "All I can say is Chris Nolan has directed 'Batman' movies, and my version of Selena Kyle fits into Chris Nolan's Gotham City."

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Anne Hathaway Talks About How Tight the Catwoman Costume Is (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Aug 18th 2011 10:20AM
Anne Hathaway talks Catwoman costume, 'Chelsea Lately'"The catsuit's unforgiving," Anne Hathaway said on 'Chelsea Lately' (Weeknights, 11PM ET on E!).

She was, of course, talking about her Catwoman costume for 'The Dark Knights Rises.' While fans have only seen it in glimpses, Hathaway has spent far more time with it, and it's not necessarily time always enjoyed.

When asked how she gets into it, Hathaway admitted it takes motivation and literally three people to get her into it.

"That sounds like a nightmare," Chelsea Handler said. She went on to marvel at the discipline that it must take for Hathaway to commit to such a costume for a six month movie shoot. "So are you not doing any drinking or anything like that," she surmised.

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ABC Family Picks Up TV Rights to 'Blind Side,' 'Alice in Wonderland'

by Chris Harnick, posted Mar 9th 2010 1:45PM
The Blind SideStill haven't seen 'The Blind Side'? Well, if you can hold out a little bit longer -- two years, in fact -- you can catch it on ABC Family.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the network has acquired the television rights to the box-office and Best Picture-nominated sensation, which just won Sandra Bullock her first Oscar on Sunday. The film -- which made over $250 million, domestically -- will premiere sometime in 2012.

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Anne Hathaway Dishes on Getting Naked With Jake Gyllenhaal (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 3rd 2010 7:28AM
Jimmy Kimmel, Anne HathawayWe imagine it's probably not that hard to make Anne Hathaway blush. On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' (weeknights, 12:05AM ET on ABC), Jimmy Kimmel had no trouble with that task when he brought up a super-long sex scene she had to do with Jake Gyllenhaal for 'Love and Other Drugs.'

So, picture them naked for three weeks during the filming, "and he seemed kind of horny after it, to be honest," said Kimmel.

Hathaway had more artful things to say about it. "It's a really beautiful, emotional love story ... and, yeah, we went there." We've heard it's ultra-awkward filming love scenes, but there are probably worse ways to make a living than getting naked with a nice-looking person for three weeks.

Watch the video after the jump.

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An apology to The Simpsons

by Nick Zaino, posted Jan 11th 2010 9:00AM
The SimpsonsForgive me, Simpsons, but I don't watch you as often as I used to. I'm not sure when it happened, but at some point, watching The Simpsons slipped from an every-week ritual to catch as catch can.

I'm sure I'm not unusual in that respect. I'm sure there are people who were with The Simpsons from those very first shaky frames, who saw them adopt No. 9 and laughed at Homer botching Christmas songs on the closing credits, and faithfully watched for several years, maybe even a decade before they dropped off.

But one of the best things about the show is, you can always come back. The Simpsons never forget. Yesterday's episode and the 20th Anniversary Special that followed was a nice reminder of that. The episode wasn't the funniest I've seen, but I did realize there has never been an episode of the show that wasn't worth at least a few laughs.

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Review: The Simpsons - Once Upon a Time in Springfield

by Jason Hughes, posted Jan 10th 2010 11:44PM
The Simpsons: Once Upon a Time in Sprinfield
(S21E10)
Touted as the 450th episode of the series, this episode was a Krusty-centric episode. Billed as part of The Simpsons 20th anniversary celebration, "Once Upon a Time in Springfield" was followed by Morgan Spurlock's hour-long Simpsons special, meaning that 75% of FOX's prime-time Sunday night lineup this week Matt Groening, instead of Seth MacFarlane; only The Cleveland Show made the cut.

This week also featured the return of Anne Hathaway, playing the character of Princess Penelope, a sudden co-host to Krusty's television show in an attempt to appeal to a wider demographic. As you can imagine, a character inspired by the Disney Princesses line can't sit well with Krusty's core (Bart and Milhouse) type of audience.

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George Lopez Drops Tiger Woods, Sandra Bullock Jokes During People's Choice Awards (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Jan 7th 2010 12:15PM
George Lopez couldn't resist taking a potshot at Tiger Woods as he read the nominees for Favorite Movie Actress at the 36th Annual People's Choice Awards yesterday. He also took a well-deserved jab at friend and winner, Sandra Bullock, for her role in the abysmal 'Speed 2: Cruise Control.'

Bullock, who bested Jennifer Aniston, Anne Hathaway, Kristen Stewart and Drew Barrymore for the award, responded with a Woods joke of her own during her acceptance speech, then pointed out the eerie similarities between her hairdo and Nicole Kidman's.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Saturday Night Live: Will Ferell/Green Day (season finale)

by Annie Wu, posted May 17th 2009 12:40PM
Celebrity Jeopardy
(S34E23) Wow. Way to go, Will Ferrell. Maybe they should just bring back Saturday Night Live alumni for season finales from now on, because this episode was spectacular. Ferrell brought back some old favorites and a slew of famous faces, from the familiar to the inexplicable, including Amy Poehler, Tom Hanks, Anne Hathaway and Artie Lange. Here are some video highlights from the evening (Hulu vids are US only. Sorry, kids... you can also watch these videos at NBC's website).

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Saturday Night Live: Anne Hathaway/The Killers - VIDEOS

by Annie Wu, posted Oct 5th 2008 2:02PM
Anne Hathaway(S34E04) This season so far has been more than a little iffy, but Anne Hathaway managed to make things slightly less painful. Even though the writing still wasn't quite spot-on, Hathaway's enthusiasm brought a light to the show that made even the most irritating sketches a bit more bearable. Honestly, I had my doubts about her hosting abilities, mainly because her good girl giddiness clashes heavily with my black-hearted bitchiness, but I didn't mind her. I'm sure she could even easily make the jump from "pretty good" to "absolutely spectacular," given the right material. Also, she managed to read the cue cards without looking like a complete idiot, which most other hosts have somehow turned into a massive ordeal lately. Mmm, literacy plus natural reading: a combination so deliciously rare, the writers don't even know what to do with it.

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Right Now on Cinematical

by TV Squad Editors, posted Oct 2nd 2008 10:21AM
Simpsons in CarboniteThe folks at our sister site Cinematical are working hard to give you news and reviews of the best -- and worst -- the silver screen has to offer. Here are some of their latest musings on the latest blockbusters, indies, and everything in between:

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Get Smart on the big screen - a movie review

by Allison Waldman, posted Jun 24th 2008 11:41AM
AP Matt Sayles pic of Steve Carell and Anne HathawayI went to see Get Smart the other day. Judging by the box office numbers, I wasn't alone. Of course, I was curious about how one of my favorite TV shows from the '60s would be translated to the big screen. Would it be an inventive retelling in the tradition of The Fugitive, Maverick and The Addam's Family, or would it make me want to weep in horror like the dreadful I Spy, Bewitched, The Wild, Wild West and The Avengers? (And that's only the tip of the awful iceberg).

Would you believe it if I told you Get Smart falls somewhere in between? I could use the line many other reviewers have copped; you know, "The new Get Smart missed it by that much." Yes, well, it's true. Get Smart is not great on the big screen. It's okay. Nothing too shameful, but neither is it that inspired or wickedly built on the premise of the original situation comedy.
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