Anne Hathaway Breaks Down Crying While Giving Speech, Has Affectionate Night With Husband Adam Shulm

Dark Knight Rises star Anne Hathaway: Gotham City is full of grace

Beth Karlan. "On a personal note, Dr. Karlan helped a beloved friend of mineexcuse me," she said, her eyes welling up with tears. "She helped a beloved friend of mine battle cancer recently and I couldnt be more grateful to her. Dr. Karlan, you are more than just my friends doctor. Youre a friend and ally. And Im happy to say that together you kicked that cancers ass." Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman at Victory Fund Champagne Brunch held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on October 20, 2013. Credit: FayesVision/ PHOTOS: Best celebrity haircuts Luckily Hathaway had her husband at her side the entire time, and the couple looked more in love than ever both on stage and while enjoying the event's fashion show. Shulman bid on the 1-year lease of a convertible Porsche, but was ultimately outbid by $3k. The couple was affectionate throughout the night with Shulman putting his arm around his wife as they whispered to one another. They were later spotted shopping at a West Hollywood Whole Foods in their event outfits. go to these guys

I love the costume, Hathaway said last summer on the set of The Dark Knight Rises, after shooting that scene for the film. I love the costume because everything has a purpose, nothing is in place for fantasys sake, and thats the case with everything in Christopher Nolans Gotham City. Nolan is the director who truly made Batman a grim creature of the night after decades of Hollywood versions that climbed into the Batmobilewith a wink. On July 20, the filmmaker delivers The Dark Knight Rises, his third and, he says, his final Gotham City film. Christian Bale, now a newly minted Oscar winner, is back as the hauntedhero and the supporting cast again includes Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine. The newcomers this time include Hathaway and Tom Hardy (who worked with Nolan on Inception), who plays Bane, the hulking, masked terrorist who will test the hero physically more than any of his previous foes, Nolan says . The movie is set eight years after the events of The Dark Knight, the billion-dollar 2008 hit that will be a tough act to follow, especially considering the Oscar-winning performance by Heath Ledger as the Joker. Hathaway says the new script (based on a story by Nolan and David S. Goyer and written by the director and his brother, Jonathan Nolan)is strong and that she and Hardy have Nolan on their side, which counts for a lot in a franchise that has been defined by his carefully crafted shadows and symbols. Gotham City is full of grace, Hathaway said. You look at Heaths performance as the Joker, there was a lot of madness there but there was also a grace and he had a code there. Theres a lot of belief and codes of behavior in Gotham and my character has one, too. A lot of the way she moves and interacts with people is informed by her worldview. Chris has given us all such complex, defined, sophisticated worldviews that its just a matter of doing your homework and getting underneath the characters skin. Anne Hathaway as Catwoman in "The Dark Knight Rises." (Warner Bros.) The character has considerable history. She first appeared in the comics in the spring of 1940 as a villain driven more by profit than madness or blood lust, and Batmans attempts to reform her would become a staple part of her mythology as would the sexual tension between the Bat and the Cat. official source