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Anne Hathaway: Meet my inner Lindsay Lohan

Anne Hathaway says she's got stuff in common with Lindsay Lohan

Anne Hathaway says she's more like Lindsay Lohan than we might assume — talk about a princess diary we'd like to read!

Do tell, Anne. The "Dark Knight Rises" actress made the reveal in an international interview, reflecting on life lessons she got from her mother and show business. 

"I never sit in judgment. Lindsay Lohan and I have more in common than people think," Hathaway teased to the Sun about her earlier years. 

"We've all done things we shouldn't. It is just that I did stuff at college when nobody knew about it. I'm not a saint. I wasted time doing self-destructive things. I found out you can only dance on so many table tops," she said. 

This missive from Annie is pretty well-timed for Lohan, given that LiLo's road to redemption begins this weekend with a hosting gig on "Saturday Night Live." 

Dream skit: Anne Hathaway in stuffy British character from the movie "One Day," advising Lohan as to the best table-tops on which to dance.

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Photo: Anne Hathaway at the "One Day" premiere in New York in August 2011. Credit: Jemal Countess / Getty Images.



Meryl Streep walks down memory lane with Hathaway, De Niro, Kline

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Meryl Streep has a few thank-you notes to write, as the acting legend was toasted by a roster of her peers for the Tuesday telecast of "The 34th Annual Kennedy Center Honors."

Streep, whose body of work includes "The Deer Hunter," "Postcards From the Edge" and "The Iron Lady," sat wearing the coveted awards' striped regalia with husband Don Gummer beside President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.

At Washington, D.C.'s Kennedy Center opera house, former costars Stanley Tucci, Kevin Kline and Emily Blunt praised the actress for her "superhuman" gifts, versatility and, quite sweetly, her friendship.

Anne Hathaway, who played Streep's terrified magazine assistant in "The Devil Wears Prada," stole the show with a musical number that showcased her singing talent and even some gymnastics — Hathaway busted out a split at one point (see it below).

Robert De Niro introduced Streep, mentioning that she'd had been nominated for an Oscar 16 times and joking, "You know what that means? She's sat through the Academy Awards 16 times." 

We have a feeling she didn't mind sitting through this honor, which also saw salutes to singers Neil Diamond and Barbara Cook, cellist Yo-Yo Ma and saxophonist and composer Sonny Rollins. The awards were presented Dec. 4.

 

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Photo: Meryl Streep gazes at the Kennedy Center opera house stage during her tribute. Credit: John Paul Filo / CBS.



Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson are sure things at box office

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are box-office gold

Hey Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson — we at the Ministry love a sure thing, and that you are. The "Twilight Saga" couple top a new list of actors who provide the most bang for their buck.

While some overpaid stars only break even or get labeled as the dreaded "box-office poison," Forbes has compiled a list of talent that nets big money for studios and production companies beyond their pay rates.

Stewart comes in at No. 1 on the list, fetching $55.83 for every $1 she's paid. Impressive, considering Stewart's stomping grounds as a post-adolescent actor have been indies (save for "Twilight," natch). Next she'll square off against Charlize Theron in "Snow White and the Huntsman."

Anne Hathaway comes in No. 2, nabbing $45.67 to the dollar, followed by Pattinson at $39.43 per note. Calculations were made using stars who have opened at least three films in the past five years, excluding animation.

Rounding out the top 10 are Daniel Radcliffe, Shia LaBeouf, Robert Downey Jr., Matt Damon, Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep and Johnny Depp.

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Photo: Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart attend the London premiere of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn" on Nov. 17. Credit: Jonathan Short / AP Photo



Anne Hathaway engaged to actor beau Adam Shulman

Anne Hathaway and Adam ShulmanAnne Hathaway has a much more exciting event than "The Dark Knight Rises" premiere on her 2012 calendar. The Ministry has confirmed that the actress is engaged.

Since Adam Shulman, Hathaway's actor boyfriend of three years, popped the question, Hathaway has been rocking an engagement ring around New York, a piece whose design we can confirm was a collaboration between Shulman and Kwiat Heritage jewels.

"It took us a pretty long time to get together," Anne told Vogue last year regarding Shulman, alluding to her trust issues with men after her relationship with Italian boyfriend Raffaello Follieri fell apart in public when he was exposed as a con man. 

"When you finally realize that you can just be your own scared ... self and that you can still be sexy without trying to be, it's such a great relief. When uncondensed you is enough," she said of her relationship with Shulman.

Sounds like it was worth the wait. While no date has been set for the pair to wed, we take great joy in knowing that her stylist Rachel Zoe might be selecting the all-important wedding dress — and Anne also knows a thing or two about dresses. 

Should we start taking bets that she'll rap her vows? Tell us in comments. 

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Photo: Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman at an event in New York on Oct. 27. Credit: D. Dipasupil / Getty Images

 


Anne Hathaway, Daniel Radcliffe, George Lucas hit Scream Awards

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It's that magical time of year in Hollywood when the weather turns, pumpkins are carved and super-famous people congregate in celebration of things that make us scream — and because it's Hollywood, it's safest to throw in few awards along the way. Say, some Scream Awards.

Spike TV hosted its 2011 Scream Awards bash Saturday at Universal Studios Hollywood's Falls Lake, where the likes of Anne Hathaway, Daniel Radcliffe and Nicolas Cage came to honor the fans of their various franchises.

PHOTOS: Spike TV's 2011 Scream Awards at Universal Studios Hollywood

A shrieking blond in the jaws of a giant claw crane opened the show, giving way to the Hero Award — presented this year to Robert Downey Jr. His legion of fans waved signs featuring the actor in the style of Shepherd Fairey's famous "Change" poster.

Backstage, Bradley Cooper lounged in the green room before accepting a prize for "Limitless," which was named best thriller. Amber Heard, star of the now-defunct "Playboy Club," teetered around in stilettos on the arm of a male companion, and Joseph Gordon Levitt chatted up his "Dark Knight Rises" costar Hathaway.

Hathaway and Levitt joined Gary Oldman in scooping up the trophy for most anticipated film for "Rises," which arrives next year directed by Christopher Nolan and starring Christian Bale. 

Speaking of bail — bad boy Cage came in recognition of his Maverick Award, through a firestorm of lights and pyro.

Paul "Pee-wee Herman" Reubens turned some heads, even thrilling fans including Kal Penn and John Cho, while the Ministry witnessed what was possibly the best-ever run-in at the bar: George Lucas and a Darth Vader performer waiting together for some cocktails. 

To mark the end of the "Harry Potter" franchise and thank the fans one more time, Radcliffe appeared via live feed from New York's Lincoln Center, where Samuel L. Jackson introduced the boy wizard for a tribute.

The Scream Awards air at 9 p.m. Tuesday on Spike.

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Photo: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Anne Hathaway and Gary Oldman accept the Most Anticipated trophy for "The Dark Knight Rises" at the 2011 Scream Awards. Credit: Kevin Winter / Getty Images



Anne Hathaway pics show more of Catwoman; fans resume breathing

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Anne Hathaway has perhaps heard a collective sigh ripple across the Internet now that pictures of her Catwoman costume from "The Dark Knight Rises" have answered some burning questions.

The third Batman film from director Christopher Nolan has set up shop in Los Angeles, one of its final  locations. This weekend, several on-set images of Hathaway let the world know a few things.

First, Hathaway's Catwoman does indeed rock some cat ears, despite earlier images of the bodysuit-clad "One Day" star that failed to show proof of any such feline accessory. The new photo series also shows a black eye mask to complement her headgear.

What else? There's a pronounced utility belt that will likely aid in battling Christian Bale's caped crusader and Tom Hardy's Bane — that, and a pair of thigh-high leather stiletto boots that boast white spike heels.

Some critics have likened the costume to Julie Newmar's from the campy, old-school "Batman" TV series starring Adam West. And some folks have just uttered hallelujahs over their 40-ounce Slurpees while swiveling in their pleather office chairs.

What do you think of the new Catwoman incarnation? Tell us in comments.

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Photo: Anne Hathaway at the "One Day" premiere in New York on Aug. 8. Credit: Jemal Countess / Getty Images.



Rapper Anne Hathaway channels her inner Weezy

Looks like Anne Hathaway's feline empowerment is leading to some interesting experiments for the Oscar nominee.

Stopping by Conan O'Brien's couch this week, Hathaway touched on the fan-and-photographer frenzy around the Pittsburgh set of "The Dark Knight Rises." She's not licking her paws over it.

"With all the stuff that's going on with Batman, the paparazzi attention's been a little intense," she said. 

"So I actually wrote a rap song about it; it's in the style of Lil Wayne."

OK, Anne. We'd quip about the, um, enthusiastic rhyme, but it must be seen to be believed. And there it is for the viewing, above.

After Hathaway spits, check out a first look at her as Catwoman.

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Anne Hathaway, Jim Sturgess give quiet glam at 'One Day' premiere

Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess

Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess stepped out Monday for a hushed but glamorous premiere of their British romance flick "One Day" in New York City.

At the Lowes theaters at Lincoln Center, Hathaway turned heads in a black and gold Alexander McQueen cocktail dress — though any martinis would have been sipped alone. Boyfriend Adam Shulman was nowhere to be found, but Sturgess (in a baggy gray suit) made a nice escort on the carpet.

Photos: "One Day" premiere in New York City

Designer Rachel Roy turned up in a pinstripe pajama set, reading glasses and heels, while Howard Stern's wife, Beth Ostrosky-Stern, went for an evening look in a floor-length pink gown.

Paul Haggis, Patricia Clarkson, "Fright Night" blond Imogen Poots and Kevin Jonas with wife Danielle Deleasa followed the stars from the screening to an after-party at the Russian Tea Room, for which Hathaway switched into another frock, this one all gold.

"One Day" follows two undergrads who agree to meet one day each year — get it? — as they weave in and out of love with each other over two decades. It opens Aug. 19.

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Photo: Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess at the "One Day" premiere in New York. Credit: Peter Kramer / Associated Press.



Anne Hathaway on that Catwoman suit: You ain't seen nothin' yet

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Anne Hathaway needs to you know: Don't rush to judge Catwoman's costume in "The Dark Knight Rises." Apparently, we haven't seen a thing when it comes to the form-fitting costume.

Friday's snapshot of Hathaway in character as the feline alter-ego of Selina Kyle got a lukewarm reception for, well, its lukewarm aesthetics. Annie's not having that.

"I was not going to admit it," Hathaway told MTV News about the photo's accuracy, as she's sworn to secrecy in regard to Christopher Nolan's film (the pic is legit, FYI, revealed on the film's official site).

"What I am happy to say is, if you didn't like the photo, you only see about a tenth of what that suit can do," she promised. "And if you did like the photo, you have excellent taste."

We like her nonchalance in regards to the suit reaction, but quite frankly we like the promise that the suit has more, and does more. Like perhaps lend some of the feminine energy from Michelle Pfieffer's heyday -- or at least some shredded leather, like in Halle Berry's go-round.

At this point we'd settle for something that includes maybe a change purse, as long is it is more exciting. We'll have to wait until closer to summer 2012, when "The Dark Knight Rises" hits theaters.

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Photo: Anne Hathaway at the "One Day" premiere in New York on Monday. Credit: Lucas Jackson / Reuters

 


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Anne Hathaway as Catwoman, in costume, in "The Dark Knight Rises."

Anne Hathaway is finally showing us her claws. A photo of her as Catwoman in "The Dark Knight Rises" gave us a hint Friday of what's to come -- thanks, Hero Complex!

Now, when we say "hint" we mean it's not so much a first look as perhaps a first glance. Of a motorcycle. With giant tires. That appears to have Hathaway strapped to it somehow.

The headgear-sporting Hathaway is in hot pursuit of something (we hope it involves a shirtless Christian Bale) sporting black leather and what appear to be slim-fitting riding boots. Annie cuts a sporty, albeit slightly bland, figure.

For all the costume speculation and the talk surrounding her physical training, the Ministry finds this a bit anticlimactic. We hope a full-body shot is inbound, please, with a little more drama in the look?

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Photo: Anne Hathaway as Catwoman in "The Dark Knight Rises." Credit: Chris Watts / Warner Bros.


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