Anne arrived at the Oscars red carpet, beautiful in a Gucci dress. Check back later for more coverage!
Anne attended last night the Chanel and Charles Finch pre-Oscar dinner at Madeo Restaurant, and our gallery was updated with some pretty HQs. Check it:
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LOUIS XIII Cognac, the world’s most esteemed spirit from the House of Remy Martin®, and The Film Foundation, the leading non-profit film preservation organization founded by filmmaker Martin Scorsese, co-hosted an intimate evening of conversation with Academy Award winning director Ang Lee and special guest, Academy Award winning actress Anne Hathaway.
The discussion, which took place in Beverly Hills, featured a tribute to the accomplished director of The Life of Pi; Brokeback Mountain; Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon; Sense and Sensibility and numerous other films, followed by a conversation with Mr. Lee whose body of work reflects the full range of the human condition, and has the power to touch audiences around the world. “I do my best at every movie. I hope that will be my legacy,” said Ang Lee. “I think to be honest is the most important thing.”
Later in the evening, Mr. Lee was joined by Ms. Hathaway, who shared her inspirations from working with Mr. Lee on Brokeback Mountain.
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As expected, Anne was announced yesterday as one of the presenters for the 2014 Oscars. Its part of Academy tradition for the previous year’s winners to present at the current Oscar ceremony, so a surprise would be if Anne wasn’t announced. She joins previously announced presenters Daniel Day-Lewis and Jennifer Lawrence.
The Oscars, hosted by Ellen DeGeneres, are on March 2.
Anne attended last night the American Songbook gala performance honoring the CAA managing director Bryan Lourd. On stage, she sang LCD Soundsystem’s “New York, I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down,” which started torchy but built to a rocking conclusion complete with a burst of air guitar.
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