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Missy Franklin is pretty much having the best week of her life. Not only has she already won two gold medals in the 2012 London Olympics, but she also has a few famous fans, including Taylor Swift and Anne Hathaway.
When Vulture caught up with the “Dark Knight Rises” actress, Hathaway couldn’t contain her Team USA pride. “The entire U.S. women’s swim team is blowing my mind right now,” she said. “There has been so much focus on the men’s swim team, who are all fantastic, and the women have just kind of crept in there and have all done so well.”
But which Olympic sport would Hathaway like to try her hand at? “I would love to be on the U.S. women’s gymnastic team or the U.S. women’s swim team,” she said. “There is no basis for this wish — I can’t dive, swim, or tumble — but I really think those look fun.”
Hathaway isn’t the only celebrity to share her excitement over the Olympic games. Samuel L. Jackson has been tweeting his amusing observations about the London Olympics over the last week. Meanwhile, Canadian-born Justin Bieber tweeted a heartfelt congratulations at the U.S. women’s gymnastics team, who took home gold for Team USA on Tuesday.
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We take a close look at Anne Hathaway’s Selina Kyle/ Catwoman and Marion Cotillard’s Miranda Tate/ Talia al Ghul.
If you’re one of the millions of fans of “The Dark Knight Rises,” it’s very likely that after viewing the summer blockbuster, you still have the Bat on the brain. While one cure is to go see the movie again (before you do so, check out the handy “Rises” repeat-viewing primer written by my colleague Josh Wigler), a second option is to take some time to yourself to overanalyze favorite plot points and/or characters.
Warning: “Dark Knight Rises” spoilers ahead!
The movie is full of so much action and emotion that there is a lot to like and dislike. One of the most unexpected and pleasant surprises for me was that writer/director Christopher Nolan finally created interesting female characters and cast actresses worth watching. They are not perfect, of course, but the femme fatales played by Anne Hathaway and Marion Cotillard are a vast improvement over the leading ladies in Nolan’s previous two Batman movies. It is an improvement that I was not at all expecting and one that has forced me to eat a lot of judgmental and negative comments I made prior to seeing the film, particularly about Ms. Hathaway as Selina Kyle. Thankfully, I am a changed woman and have broken down my appreciation thusly:
Sorry for Doubting You, Anne Hathaway!
Oh man, I had so much dislike for Hathaway-as-Kyle before I saw this movie. Not that I had problems with Hathaway as an actress — I’ve enjoyed the majority of her work — my concern was based on the fact that the lady in Nolan’s previous films (played by Katie Holmes and then Maggie Gyllenhaal) was so frustratingly underwhelming and undeserving of being Bruce Wayne and Batman’s love interest. And both versions of the character were so boring and annoying and distracting. It was wrong for me to assume the worst with Hathaway’s version of Selina Kyle. I should have been more cautiously optimistic.
Anyway, Hathaway was wonderful to watch in this film. She exhibited all the right amounts of sex appeal, smarts and sarcasm. Even if at times those things veered into clichéd territory, they were an appropriate fit for the often stereotype-ridden landscape of a comic book movie. And that last scene! Did you see how truly happy Bruce Wayne looked?!? He finally found the perfect foil. For a while at least.
Thanks for Making Me Cry, Marion Cotillard
Technically, it was Bane’s solitary tear that made my eyes well up with multiple tears that spilled down my face, but we (Bane and I) did so because of Cotillard’s moving-yet-chilly monologue/revelation as Talia al Ghul. Contrary to my pre-judgment of Hathaway, I was all in when Cotillard’s casting was announced because I already knew from her work in “Inception” that Nolan knows how to properly maximize her screen time. It didn’t even matter what character(s) she played, she has the acting chops and that big-eyed femme fatale look about her that fits perfectly into this version of Gotham.
As Miranda Tate, Cotillard was a perfect foil for Bruce Wayne the businessman. That the attraction proved to be both intellectual and physical was intriguing and (finally) believable. Plus we needed a momentary bit of sensuality in there to give us a break from all the headiness. Back to Cotillard as Talia al Ghul and that moving reveal … how great is that moment? While she reveals her true self as the cold, calculating killer maestro behind the madness, she is doing so whilst lovingly fixing Bane’s busted mask, causing that aforementioned tear. What a great moment. It’s too bad Talia’s exit doesn’t equal her reveal, but that’s a topic for another discussion.
“The Dark Knight Rises” is being praised by critics and fans, but could the success lead to any future developments for the series?
The film’s director Christopher Nolan has said in the past that the third film will be the last, but there might be a possibility for a spin off!
It’s Anne Hathaway’s standout performance as Selina Kyle in the new film that is sparking rumors of a possible “Catwoman” film.
Even Anne herself has made it clear that she wouldn’t mind dawning the skin tight cat suit again as long as it followed the “Christopher Nolan” feel.
While admitting her interest in working on a solo film, the actress said “I didn’t want to focus on the other peoples’ interpretation of [Catwoman] because I didn’t see where that would get me; it would only be a rehashing of something already done – and done very well. I thought it was probably best to focus on being a part of Chris Nolan’s Gotham City.”
Nolan himself even thinks the actress deserves her own film saying, “Anne is incredibly precise and articulate about the psychology of the character. She’s really built it from the ground up, it’s a delight to watch her perform, the things she does in those heels is not to be taken lightly… I certainly think she deserves [her own solo movie], she’s incredible.”
Are you having flashbacks to the awful Halle Berry “Catwoman” film? Me too.
Let’s just hope that this film erases our mind of that abomination.
One of the new elements in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises is the introduction of Anne Hathaway’s Selina Kyle/Catwoman into the director’s Batman universe. While we know this is the filmmaker’s final installment of the trilogy, Warner Bros. is likely concocting another reboot of the iconic superhero, or perhaps a spin-off. The actress revealed in a recent interview that she would be interested in making a new Catwoman movie, provided that Christopher Nolan is at the helm.
Christopher Nolan hasn’t announced what his follow-up to The Dark Knight Rises will be, although he has made it clear that this is his final foray into the Batman universe.
The Dark Knight Rises was released July 20th, 2012 and stars Tom Hardy, Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, Liam Neeson, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Gary Oldman, Marion Cotillard, Morgan Freeman. The film is directed by Christopher Nolan.
Vulture.com released its list of 100 Most Valuable Movie Stars today, with Anne Hathaway coming in at #61! The list is based on a new proprietary algorithm that weighs such factors as box office, media coverage, reviews, and a Hollywood value dictated by a tribunal of studio execs. (The full list can be viewed here: http://www.vulture.com/2012/07/most-valuable-movie-stars.html)
the news was kindly given us by Kara Grossman, Public Relations Intern from www.vulture.com