Anne Hathaway is now a married woman! The actress known as Catwoman married Adam Shulman over the weekend in Big Sur, California. We hope they're enjoying a nice honeymoon now, because Hathaway has a busy fall and winter ahead.
What projects is Hathaway working on right now? We'll give you a hint: A huge musical, an animated sequel - and maybe a futuristic flick?
Trailers for "Les Mis" have prominently featured Hathaway singing the most famous song from the show - "I Dreamed a Dream" - with a shorn hairstyle and gaunt frame. Her heart-wrenching rendition of the song was difficult, mostly because she grew up with the song.
"She actually covered Fantine and went on the national tour, so it was a really big part of my childhood," Hathaway told New York Magazine of her singer mother.
However, Hathaway did her best to make the song her own.
"I apparently looked like I was ready to face the guillotines," she added, adding filmmakers told her to forget other versions of the song she'd heard in the past. "I had to sing it as if it had never been sung or heard before."
We. Can't. Wait.
Cabaret in NYC
Hathaway will again show off her pipes in a one-night-only cabaret show set to benefit The Public Theater, according to The Associated Press. The actress will reportedly perform a selection of songs from the hit Broadway musical, including "Willkommen," ''Cabaret," ''Maybe This Time" and "Perfectly Marvelous."
Tickets are available for the Oct. 24 show ranging in price from $100 to $300.
The 29-year-old actress is reportedly set to reprise her role as Jewel in "Rio 2," the sequel to the uber-popular 2011 animated featured "Rio." The film will again co-star George Lopez and Jesse Eisenberg and is rumored to revolve around the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
It's still just a rumor, but sources told The Hollywood Reporter that Hathaway is being courted to play the female lead in the upcoming film adaption of "Robopacalypse," a 2011 science fiction thriller written by Daniel H. Wilson.
The plot of the book - and likely, the film - revolves around the human race's desperate fight against a robot uprising.
Hathaway isn't the only big star connected with the film: Steven Spielberg is already tapped to direct and Chris Hemsworth is rumored as another addition.
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