She’s funny, charismatic, beautiful and probably one of the most diverse actresses in Hollywood. Anne Hathaway has come a long way from the romantic comedies of her youth. From her first, amazing transformation from a raggedy girl to a princess in The Princess Diaries (2001), Hathaway has shown the public that she is full of surprises.
In the beginning of Hathaway’s career, her roles mainly consisted of kind, down-to-earth young women who were dealing with generally, middle class problems. In addition to these roles, Hathaway built up her “good girl” persona with voice acting roles in popular cartoon shows and films. However, she has definitely pulled an ace from her sleeve over the last couple of years.
From playing the Red Queen in Tim Burton’s bizarre version of Alice in Wonderland (2010) to her potentially ground-breaking role as the Catwoman villainess in The Dark Knight Rises (2012), Hathaway is now showing the public her dark side. She can be cruel and mischievous, unlike her comedic romantic persona from previous films.
Needless to say, Hathaway is an actress that the public may not ever grow tired of. She may be acting for a very long time because she has shown her versatility and grace in the public eye.
- (2012) The Dark Knight Rises
- (2011) One Day
- (2011) Rio
- (2010) Love and Other Drugs
- (2010) Alice in Wonderland Script
- (2010) Valentine’s Day Script
- (2009) Bride Wars
- (2008) Passengers [Transcript]
- (2008) Rachel Getting Married Script
- (2008) Get Smart
- (2007) Becoming Jane [Transcript]
- (2006) The Devil Wears Prada Script
- (2005) Brokeback Mountain Script
- (2005) Havoc [Transcript]
- (2005) Hoodwinked! [Transcript]
- (2004) The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement [Transcript]
- (2004) Ella Enchanted [Transcript]
- (2002) Nicholas Nickleby [Transcript]
- (2002) The Cat Returns
- (2001) The Other Side of Heaven Script [For Purchase, $7.95 PDF, $11.95 Paperback]
- (2001) The Princess Diaries [Transcript]
Despite having fewer feature length screenplays under his belt than other renowned Hollywood directors, Christopher Nolan has already written himself a page in the history books of pop culture. After successfully ushering in the era of gritty reboots with his fresh take on Batman, Nolan has positioned himself as a storyteller who likes to put some weight into his scripts.
With a passion for stories as cerebral as his themes, Nolan takes another dive into audiences’ minds with his new film Inception, due to release later this year. Usually acting as co-writer to his brother, Jonathan Nolan, it’s interesting to note that Christopher Nolan is the sole credited writer on this upcoming film.
For those looking to have a taste of Nolan on the page, here’s a list of all his feature length screenplays.