THR's Awards Season Roundtable Series 2012: The Actresses
12:33 PM PST 11/19/2012 by THR Staff
Anne Hathaway, Amy Adams, Sally Field, Naomi Watts, Rachel Weisz, Helen Hunt and Marion Cotillard join THR's news director Matt Belloni and executive editor Stephen Galloway to discuss their latest movies and the upcoming awards season.
The Actresses: Sally Field on Fighting to Get 'Lincoln'
Lincoln's Sally Field opens up about wanting to star opposite Daniel Day-Lewis in Steven Spielberg's biopic of the president. On her audtion process, Field shared, "Daniel out of the graciousness of his heart flew out from Ireland and I tested with him and we did some bizarre improve; but I became Mary and he became Mr. Lincoln! It became one of the most bizarre improvs of time for about an hour!"
The Actresses: Marion Cotillard's French Razzie Nomination
"I fought for a project and I fought for the director because he was the one that brought the project and I fell in love with it, and then I spent two months in the middle of the desert wanting to kill him and wanting to beat myself because I fought for him and he was so bad. He had no idea of what we were doing, he had no idea of what he wanted to do," said Marion Cotillard. She went on to add, "I got my French version of the Razzie nomination [for worst performance] award and I really wanted to have it!"
The Actresses: Anne Hathaway on Hosting the Oscars
"I went into it with a lot of trust and a lot of hope and I had a blast doing it. And I realized afterwards, I played to the house; it’s a 3,500-seat theater so I was just shooting energy to the back of it and it was like a party! It was great, and I think it looked slightly manic and 'hyper-cheerleadery' on screen. I have no regrets about doing it. Whether or not it was an actual failure it was perceived as a massive failure," Anne Hathaway said about hosting the 83rd Annual Academy Awards with James Franco.
The Actresses: Full Uncensored Interview
Anne Hathaway, Amy Adams, Sally Field, Naomi Watts, Rachel Weisz, Helen Hunt and Marion Cotillard join THR's news editor Matt Belloni and executive editor Stephen Galloway in our uncensored actress roundtable interview.
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