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Showing posts with label Doubt. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Doubt. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Jenna Fischer - Golden Globes 2009

Jenna Fischer - Golden Globes 2009

The Office star Jenna Fischer hits the red carpet at the 2009 Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday (January 11) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

While wearing her pretty print dress by Zuhair Murad, the 34-year-old actress said, “It’s Bohemian chic and easy to wear. I don’t need to wear Spanx with it, and it hides the Christmas cookies.” Jenna finished off her look with a Kotur clutch, Jill Stuart shoes, a Sierra ring and a Chopard bracelet.

On the red carpet, Jenna said, “All the A-list movie stars come out [for the Globes], and since I’m on TV, this is my chance to see people like Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt. So, I’m excited!”

She added, “My fave movie this year was Doubt. I absoutely loved it. I saw the play on Broadway and I loved the film. I’m a big fan… Yes, [I want to play a serious role.] When I saw Amy Adams in Doubt, I was just ‘Oh, I’d love to do that someday.’ She’s so talented and I’d like to follow in her footsteps. She does everything — drama, comedy.”

The Office is up for “Best Television Series - Musical Or Comedy”.

10+ pictures inside of Jenna Fischer at the 2009 Golden Globes

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Source: Just Jared

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Anne Hathaway Wins Best Actress At 2009 Critics Choice Awards

Anne Hathaway Wins Best Actress At 2009 Critics Choice Awards

Anne Hathaway Wins Best Actress At 2009 Critics Choice Awards

Anne Hathaway poses with her award for Best Actress in the press room during VH1’s 2009 Critics’ Choice Awards held at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium on January 8 (Thursday) in Santa Monica, Calif.

The 26-year-old actress rocked out a black-and-white Gianfranco Ferre dress. Anne finished off her look with Brian Atmood peep-toes and Cartier jewels.

“As long as a designer makes pretty dresses, I should still be in business,” Anne told USA Today. “And I love this one so much because it’s like two dresses in one.”

Anne and Meryl Streep tied for best actress for Rachel Getting Married and Doubt respectively.

The most touching part of her acceptance speech is when she thanked her father. She said, “[I want to thank my dad] who protects me and has shown me that there are good men in this world and lets me know everyday that I am worthy of the love of good people.” (She’s referring to her convict ex-boyfriend.)

Anne added backstage, “Meryl is my idol. To win with my idol who I was nominated against is amazing. I’m so thrilled for her and I’m very thrilled for myself, too.”

20+ pictures inside of Anne Hathaway @ the 2009 Critics Choice Awards

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Source: Just Jared

Anne Hathaway Wins Golden Globe?

Anne Hathaway Wins Golden Globe?

Anne Hathaway Wins Golden Globe?

Anne Hathaway just might have won herself a Golden Globe!

Earlier today on the awards show’s website, GoldenGlobes.org, a star indicating Rachel Getting Married’s Anne won was accidentally published next to her name under the category “Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama”.

The website has since been corrected. A rep for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has not commented on the flub just yet.

Anne was up against Angelina Jolie (Changeling), Meryl Streep (Doubt), Kristin Scott Thomas (I’ve Loved You So Long) and Kate Winslet (Revolutionary Road). Congrats, Anne! Maybe.

The Golden Globes airs live this Sunday @ 8PM ET/PT on NBC.

Source: Just Jared

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Amy Adams To Star In Queen Of Sheba

Amy Adams To Star In Queen Of Sheba
Indie drama about Iraq-based reporter
Source: Variety


Amy Adams To Star In Queen Of Sheba

Amy Adams has signed on to star in Daughter Of The Queen Of Sheba, an independent drama based on the biography of NPR (National Public Radio) correspondent, Jacki Lyden.

Lyden was the first NPR female correspondent to go on-air following 9/11, and indeed headed for Afghanistan soon after. Since then, she’s had to report on the killing of her translator, by an American soldier, and she’s now working on a book about the secret lives of a group of Iraqi friends.

But the film will also focus, apparently, on how a woman uses her mother’s madness and delusions (hence the title, we’re saying) to empower herself.

So it seems to be quite a meaty role for Adams, who is doing a great job of mixing commercial films and weightier turns in indie dramas. This will follow hot on the heels of her heavily-touted turn in the forthcoming Doubt, which will itself be followed by a starring role in Night At The Museum 2: Battle Of The Smithsonian.

Daughter Of The Queen Of Sheba will be written by Karen Croner and produced by Susan Cartsonis and Matt Williams. No studio is yet attached.

Source: EmpireOnline