Anne Hathaway is worried about fan reaction to current proposals for her to sing in a forthcoming Judy Garland biopic, which is why it has been so long in the works.
The Oscar-nominated beauty has been in talks to star as the screen legend - best known for her portrayal of Dorothy in 1939 movie 'The Wizard Of Oz' - since early 2009, and believes the "sensitive" nature of her life is what has caused Delays, but confirms the current plan is for her to sing.
She said: "I certainly don't sing like Judy Garland but the talk is to have me do the singing. But I think people might cry murder if they don't get to hear Judy's beloved voice so the talk is for me to sing but I don't know if that's exactly what will happen.
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LATEST: Truman Capote biopic CAPOTE has edged out SYRIANA to win the coveted University Of Southern California Scripter Award for Best Movie Screenplay.
The two scripts tied for the prize in the first vote, held last week (ends13JAN05), but Capote has since been announced the victor after a second vote.
The writers of CAPOTE and SYRIANA tied at the annual University Of Southern California Scripter Award, which honours the year's best film adaptation of a book, novella or short story.
Capote, based on the biography of Truman Capote by Gerald Clarke with a screenplay by Dan Futterman, and SYRIANA, adapted from journalist ROBERT BAER's book See No Evil with a screenplay by Stephen Gaghan, achieved an equal number of votes at the 17th annual awards.
A second ballotting procedure will go ahead to determine the winner, to be announced on Wednesday (18JAN06).
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Hence why Philip Seymour Hoffman is such a perfect choice to play Truman Capote in a film about the research that became the book In Cold Blood. Not only does he look like him and sound like him, but because Capote was such an enormous personality in his own right, the smallest glimpse into Hoffman's movements or talk speaks volumes. He conveys so much with so little, and he's able to provide an amazing performance of the four years it took to write his biggest seller.
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