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Anne Hathaway & Hugh Jackman: 'Les Mis' Filming!

Anne Hathaway & Hugh Jackman: 'Les Mis' Filming!

Anne Hathaway and Hugh Jackman sing a duet in the open air for their upcoming film Les Miserables on Wednesday (April 18) in London, England.

The duo star in the cinematic adaptation of the musical, set to be released later this year.

Earlier this month, Anne debuted her super short hair for the role on Fantine! The character is a struggling factory worker who turns to prostitution in order to provide for her young child.

Look out for the film, which also stars Amanda Seyfried, Russell Crowe, Eddie Redmayne, Sacha Baron Cohen, Helena Bonham Carter, and more, on December 14.

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  • hottiepatrol


  • mizzie
  • Mikado

    hahaa that last picture is good!
    They both have a good voice, pity JJ didn’t add a video.

  • becca

    Yikes she looks horrible

  • Mikado

    @mizzie: Thank you mizzie!!

  • mlllllllllllle

    She looks very fragile with that haircut, it feets her in a way, kind of cute sadness.
    It’s probably a good thing for that role.

  • Barbara

    @hottiepatrol: Of course Hathaway’s character is Fantine, a woman who died of malnutrition and disease due to extreme poverty. So, she could not have the same look of a supermodel in an advertise of a luxurious fragrance by Cartier…

  • Jasmine

    Anne had to drop 16-20 pounds for the role of Fantine, she also had to cut her hair. She looks miserable, which is the point. I can’t wait till she gains weight when production finishes. Her figure isn’t shaped to be thin…

  • biker mike

    yep, this will be the end of her career

  • sammy

    She’s ugly inside and out. Nasty woman.

  • sammy

    biker mike @ 04/19/2012 at 3:47 pm #9

    Thumb up Thumb down +2

    yep, this will be the end of her career

    I hope so.

  • A

    @biker mike: why?

  • jollyy


  • anna

    Wow, all the negativity.
    She has a great voice, Hugh Jackman wanted HER for the role and she is giving everything that takes to do the role justice.
    Since when doing your best is wrong?

  • P

    Les Misérables in London when it’s about the French Revolution in Paris!

  • ColinG

    People may dislike this and think she is beautiful when she is not, but if you sit and look at her for 5 minutes without looking away, you will see…she is butt ugly here, she is beautiful as a actress, but butt ugly here!

  • Barbara

    @P: Les Miserables is not about the French Revolution, there are only a few asides to the events of the French Revolution, the story takes place in a time ranging from 1815 to 1833. England is the perfect location in addition there are the Pinewood Studios. For the record, Star Wars was set in space but George Lucas has not gone outside the earth’s atmosphere to make the movie, and planet Tatooine was actually an area of ​​the Middle East, not really in a galaxy far, far away…

  • P

    @Barbara: Yes Les Misérables is a book about the French Revolution, it takes place in Paris and in other places in France!
    You are not going to teach to a french person what this book is !
    Go read the book or at least go read wikipedia!
    And thank you because I really thought that Star Wars was shooting in space!
    Mais merci quand même pour ton cours de littérature française!

  • P

    Oh by the way go watch Les Misérables with Gérard Depardieu and Charlotte Gainsbourg (as Fantine), it’s in french so it is much more credible (and in France!)

  • Barbara

    @P: I pointed out just because I’m familiar with both the Hugo’s book and the musical by Claude-Michel Schönberg. The story is not based 100% on the French Revolution. Obviously, if you were better informed maybe would know why the production chose England as location. Actually, there will be no hints or views that make recognizable areas of Portsmouth and Winchester (not London) where they filmed the movie. So, don’t bore us with your presumptuous pedantry.

  • Barbara

    From Wikipedia: Examining the nature of law and grace, the novel expatiates upon the history of France, architecture of Paris, politics, moral philosophy, antimonarchism, justice, religion, and the types and nature of romantic and familial love. The story is historical fiction because it contains factual and historic events. Contrary to what some believe, it does not use the French Revolution as a backdrop. The French Revolution took place in the eighteenth century; Les Misérables takes place in the nineteenth century. The only “revolution” depicted is the June Rebellion, a student uprising.

  • P

    Oh yes it’s 99% about French Revolution, and Fantine always lived in ENGLAND in the book. If they want to make an adaptation, they must do it well, just saying it!

  • Barbara

    @P: Don’t climb on the mirrors, you are wrong and a movie, due to its nature of FICTION, can be shot at any place, not necessarily just the original place of the story. I bet you did not have an ounce of imagination when you were a kid…

  • P

    Read the book again. It’s all about the consequences of the revolution with all the misery. Not just about the French Revolution but the reign of Napoleon, and the difficulties of the era. I’m just saying, there was no point to do this movie again, mostly when it’s setting in France and if they shoot it in England (even if the place is very beautifuuuul)
    Making remake is the proof of the lack of imagination. And when in cinema you wanna do a adaptation, do it well.

  • P

    Yes it’s a fiction, you do not learn me anything!
    It’s a fiction based on the History. and i’m sur it’s not because of imagination that they did it in England but because of financial reasons…

  • Barbara

    @P: 1) This is the MUSICAL Les Miserables, not the BOOK. 2) What do you care, are you the lender of this movie? We are the audience, any financial issues related to the production of a movie aren’t part of our responsibilities. Movies, although can be loosely based on historical fact, are pure fiction. Always. Otherwise are called HISTORICAL DOCUMENTARIES.

  • P

    @Barbara: Musical or book, it’s the same story!
    If I want to get inform about the making of the movies, it’s my “responsability”
    I’m saying what I think about this movie. And if I think that doing it is useless
    and yes Les Misérables is a fiction, not a historical documentary, thank you but when you do an adaptation of a book, you have to do it well.
    That’s why Fincher did the Dragon Tattoo in Sweden, and not in Seattle!

  • wttff

    all this for a dumb gold statue that you may not win??

  • Dave

    Gotta hate society today. everybody just jumped to “she looks ugly” before they researched what her role is.

  • jt

    Dave, it is because many people are jealous , and they are haters. Plus, people have a profond hatred for women.

  • bananaboat

    Matthew Broderick is looking good.

  • Cassie

    @bananaboat: ??!

  • MalCobb63

    Marion Cotillard was supposed to play in the movie wasn’t she ??

  • Myra

    So any movie made has to be completely filmed in the country it’s about? There wouldn’t have been many movies made over the years if that were the case. They filmed some exterior shots from the early convict part of the story in France, but I don’t think most people care where a movie is filmed as long as it’s made to look realistic. Since most movies are made in studios and if other locations are used they are “dressed up” to look like their counterparts, it seems very naive and nit-picky to bash the movie because of that. Also, FYI, it isn’t about the French Revolution. It’s about a student revolt that took place many years later.