I hate to say it, but after seeing her on Charlie Rose, I found her SUPREMELY annoying. She blathered and prattled and droned on and on about her "craft" and her humility and her work and blah blah blah. After two minutes, her voice was like nails on a chalkboard. I have enjoyed some of her performances very much but a little of her goes a LONG way.
When I first saw a picture of her with the short hair I thought it was Andrew Garfield
She's only pretty with long hair.
With short hair, all you can see is the ugliness of her features.
Compare her to Michelle Williams, who still looks gorgeous even with ridiculously short hair.
We might've lasted if she wore her hair like that back then.
The short hair doesn't suit her at all! I never realized how big her ears are until the chop.
However, the unflattering cropped hair is definitely good for her career. The fact that she was willing to chop off her hair for a role and appear in public looking like a hag makes her look like a dedicated, serious actress. No bimbo starlet would be seen at a premiere without five pounds of nylon extensions, but here's Annie looking like a bad weekend trannie!
That girl's problem is that she's ugly, period.
Still better-looking with that cut than 95% of women around the world would be.
No, sorry, it's not working on her. The bod is great, the dress is great. But in that hairdo she looks like an old, jewish lady.
The cut doesn't really suit her features which need as much softening out as possible. I hadn't noticed the ears until now. They should definitely be covered.
Despite how the pixie looks on Hathaway, I think more women should undergo the chop, but they're just too afraid of not getting male attention anymore. A lot have gorgeous features that would be highlighted by a face-framing pixie or a bob. It would acutally make them look more feminine and vulnerable even. I suppose it's easy to hide behind hair.
It wasn't so long ago that short haircuts weren't so uncommon in women. (well, I guess the Dorothy Hamill look was that long ago!) It seems like the feminine ideal has become more and more restricted over time to where it's now more cookie-cutter among young girls. Barbie or stripper looks are becoming more and more common amongst younger girls. I have an 11 y.o. niece who is heading in that direction...
She cut her hair for "Les Miserables". Can't say that she's vain. Most actresses would wear a wig. Since Natalie Portman is in her category, I guess she had to keep up with her, since Portman shaved her head for "V for Vendetta".
LUV Hathaway. True gem of an actress. It's nice to see someone young truly interested in the craft and not the vacant nonsense that most of these "actresses" blabber on about.
Natalie Portman can't act.
R30 I love her big eyes.
Lesbians luv to cum on them eyes
Is she still going to do the Judy Garland bio film GET HAPPY?
Not on those eyes, but because of those eyes.
Meh. She's attractive, but doesn't have much sex appeal. An odd choice for Catwoman. She strikes me as a bore who believes her own hype, despite being frequently out-acted by her costars. I get a less bitchy, less frumpy Reese Witherspoon vibe from her.
R38 - see Havoc, see Love and other drugs. Anne has sex appeal.
She looks like an identikit picture
It's grown out a little, and she doesn't look painfully thin.
Anne's dating Adam Shulman