Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and Jessica Chastain star in ‘Interstellar,’ but how much do they really know about space?
Interstellar is featured on the current Entertainment Weekly issue, and I have digital scans up:
For November, Anne Hathaway is on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar’s “Daring” issue, featuring a beautiful new photoshoot by Alexi Lubomirski.
Kiss & Make Up With Anne Hathaway: We Dare You
We’ve all done it. Watched an awards show—red carpet, speeches, audience reactions—and judged, and judged, and judged. And it’s fun, right? Sitting on the couch, captivated by our own cleverness. Occasionally someone comes up with a catchy term, like Brangelina, or Robsten (circa 2010). Or Hathahater. It just trips off the tongue, doesn’t it? You could practically trademark it.
The problem is, there’s an actual person, Anne Hathaway, at whom this brutally jaunty phrase is directed. A woman who is sincere to a fault, as earnest as quinoa. A woman who is warm and funny, who has a laugh as big as her personality. Hathaway somehow attracted this “hate” during the 2013 awards season (when she won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, for her portrayal of Fantine in Les Misérables) through her perceived inauthenticity, her very actress-ness.
High quality scans of Elle UK has been added to the gallery, as well the photoshoot:
A strong and seductive Anne Hathaway dazzles on the cover of Elle Uk’s October issue, and inside, the actress gets serious with the magazine on about Hollywood and fame.
Starring alongside Matthew Mcconaughey in November’s Interstellar, the buzz surrounding the Oscar-worthy film has been mounting, which could eventually lead Hathaway to yet another hectic awards season. But after winning an Oscar for her performance in Les Miserables, the 31-year-old star now says that she no longer searches for that kind of validation. ‘I’ve realised that don’t need validation from anybody. At all,” she says. “I’m not sitting here now worrying, “What do you think of me?” With all due respect, you seem like a lovely lady, but I don’t need you, or anyone else, to like me. And that’s so liberating. It’s a big reveal, man.’”
The actress garnered many haters following her 2012 Oscar race, and as she reveals in the issue, the criticism had a huge impact on her well-being. “This fame thing? F*cked me up for a really long time,” Hathaway reveals. “I didn’t know how to do it; I didn’t know how to engage with it; it stressed me out. And people would say, ‘You just have to be yourself,’ and I was like, ‘But I don’t know who that is yet!’”
Anne Hathaway’s full interview appears in the October issue of ELLE UK, on sale October 2. Also available as a digital edition.”