Anne Hathaway Set For ANOTHER Musical
Anne Hathaway will star in another musical following her performance in Les Mis.
It would appear Anne Hathaway’s turn as Fantine in Les Miserables has attracted more musical attention. She’s now set for music-based movie called Song One, which is being produced by her husband Adam Shulman.
She will star alongside Joe Flynn - a Brit who sings for a band called Johnny Flynn And The Sussex Wit. Hathaway will play an archaeologist who falls for a musician. Hathaway has won praise for her Les Mis performance, and, perhaps more importantly, lots of awards, and is one of the frontrunners for tomorrow’s night Oscar ceremony, where she’s got a great chance of grabbing Best Supporting Actress. Perhaps she won’t even have to audition for this role, but this wasn’t the case when she went for the Les Mis role. "Everyone auditioned - Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway and even Russell Crowe. But I think it was good because it created a level playing field where no one had a pre-ordained right to get the part,” Les Mis director told Sky News.
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Contact Music will be bringing you all the news from The Oscars tomorrow night, from the big-guns – Best Actor/Actress and Best Film – to the more obscure, like Best Animation and Best Short. We predict Anne Hathaway will take home the best supporting actress gong but will face stiff competition from Sally Field for her role in Lincoln. Elsewhere, it’s a straight-out dogfight between Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln and Ben Affleck’s Argo for the Best Film award.