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    Casting Watch: Anne Hathaway On Board 'The Lifeboat'

    Anne Hathaway is on board to star in and produce "The Lifeboat," adapted from the book by Charlotte Rogan. Working Title, who produced Tom Hooper's "Les Miserables" for which Hathaway won an Oscar, and Focus Features have acquired the rights to the novel.

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    The Other Cannes: What's For Sale at the Market? Hathaway, Timberlake, Troubled 'Jane' and a Bollywood Remake of 'Rambo'

    As the Cannes Film Festival begins its 11-day run, the Cannes Market is busily bombarding foreign buyers with a host of films -- some completed, some only exist as footage, some don't exist at all and may never come to fruition. First up, films boasting big names like Anne Hathaway, Justin Timberlak...

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    The Industry: Bad Habits of the Entertainment Media

    A lot of loss this month. Time Warner is shedding its magazines. Variety is saying goodbye to its daily edition. And Yahoo is finally losing the jerk-off rule that allowed so many people to work from home in the first place. But the more things change, the more they stay the same.

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    Watch: Jennifer Lawrence Tells Zach Galifianakis to Lay Off the Pudding in 'Between Two Ferns: Oscar Edition'

    It's been a while since we've seen a new episode of Zach Galifianakis' "Between Two Ferns," his Funny or Die skit where he unleashes his hilarious weirdness on celebrity guests to make interviews as awkward as possible. But the funny man is back again with a new episode, just in time for the Oscars.

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    Watch: Anne Hathaway's 'I Dreamed a Dream' Hilariously Skewered, 'I Did It All in One Take, Bitches'

    Actress Emma Fitzpatrick ("The Social Network," "The Collection") pokes fun at Anne Hathaway's upcoming sure-bet Oscar win as Fantine in "Les Miserables" with a slightly different rendition of "I Dreamed a Dream." Included in the new lyrics? "I sang a song about my woes/My hopes and fears,..

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    Casting Watch: Who Can Tame Hathaway in Screen Version of 'Taming of the Shrew'?

    Anne Hathaway is set to star in a screen adaptation of William Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew," with Abi Morgan ("The Hour," "The Iron Lady," "Shame") penning the script.

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    Immersed in Movies: Paco Delgado Talks 'Les Miserables' Costumes

    For Paco Delgado, "Les Misérables" moves like a breathless action movie the way it combines gritty drama with musical fantasy. That was director Tom Hooper's cinematic vision for the operatic sing-through...

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    'Les Miserables' Soundtrack Scores on Charts, Hathaway's 'I Dreamed a Dream' Soars

    When "Les Miserables: Highlights From the Motion Picture Soundtrack" debuted on December 21, it claimed the top spot of Billboard's soundtrack chart. In three days it sold 43,000 copies, 60% of which were digital downloads. The most popular of the 20 tracks included in the album is Ann...

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    'Les Miserables' Director Hooper Digs Into His Musical Audacity, It's Like 'Avatar' or Shakespeare

    Tom Hooper sounds sniffly. He calls it "flying related." He's calling me from Japan, where he's about to attend yet another premiere of "Les Miserables." "I have not managed to show the movie to our own Royal family," he says. "Now I'm showing it to the Crown Prince of Japan."

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    Entertainment Weekly Posts Their Best and Worst of 2012

    Entertainment Weekly examines the trends, triumphs, and disasters of 2012 in a year-end double issue. Best films from critics Owen Gleiberman and Lisa Schwarzbaum start with "Lincoln" and "Zero Dark Thirty," respectively, followed by "Zero Dark Thirty," "Amour," and "Silver Linings Playbook." (Their...

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