Female First has reported that Anne Hathaway has joined forces with STX Films for a new comedy film about modern day dating.
Hathaway is set to produce and star in a new romantic comedy about the perils of dating apps. 36 more words
Colossal, written and directed by Nacho Vigalondo, is a strange film to have to describe to someone. When you say “it’s a dark black comedy about alcoholism and abusive relationships starring Anne Hathaway, who finds out she’s causing a giant monster to attack Seoul”, you get some puzzled looks, because yes, this is a weird mashup of genres. 591 more words
To say that Nacho Vigalondo’s Colossal is unusual would be something of an understatement; as an indie slacker-flick about a kooky American woman and, um, a rampaging monster in South Korea, it is a genre-defying delight, and certainly the most original film I’ve seen in a long while. 357 more words
The biggest surprise of Colossal is that despite it’s bizarre premise, it actually works very well.
After being dumped by her boyfriend and kicked out of his New York apartment, alcoholic Gloria (Anne Hathaway) returns to her home town to try and rebuild her life. 228 more words
Anne Hathaway will produce and star in an untitled, contemporary romantic comedy for STX Films.
No director is attached to the project, based on a script from screenwriters Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein, who previously wrote the screenplays for “How to Be Single,” “The Vow,” and “He’s Just Not That Into You.” Adam Shulman will also produce and Jonathan Rice will co-produce. 275 more words