Thursday, February 28, 2013
How did Lehigh Valley's Amanda Seyfried derail Anne Hathaway's plan for what to wear on the red carpet at the 2013 Academy Awards?
The 2013 Oscar ceremony is history but there's still buzz about what the stars wore on the red carpet and why. Turns out Lehigh Valley star Amanda Seyfried may have caused her "Les Miserables" co-star Anne Hathaway to make a hasty last-minute gown selection change. Allentown native Seyfried looked stunning in a pale appliqued dress by British designer Alexander McQueen. Reports now say Hathaway saw a photo of the gown Seyfried planned to wear and then changed her choice because the gowns were so similar. Hathaway said she was planning to wear a Valentino gown up until just three hours before the awards ceremony. She ended up wearing a pale pink Prada gown with chest darts that accentated her, um, nipples. Hathaway issued an apology about …
Monday, February 25, 2013
Lehigh Valley's own Amanda Seyfried was among the best dressed actresses on the red carpet at the 2013 Academy Awards
"Les Miserables" co-star Amanda Seyfried, an Allentown native, wore an Alexander McQueen ivory applique gown at the 2013 Oscars on Sunday night. You can see multiple views of Seyfried in her Oscar attire on her fan page. Was she one of the best-dressed women at the awards? Tell us in the comments section below. Seyfried was just one of the stars who opted for pale-colored, ethereal gowns for the big night, according to InStyle UK. The website Just Jared called Seyfried's Oscar look "glamorous perfection." Seyfried's breakout role came when she starred along with Meryl Streep in "Mama Mia" in 2008. Seyfried, 27, wore a red Givenchy gown to the Governors Ball after the Academy Awards ceremony.
Saturday, February 23, 2013
'Lincoln,' with 12 Oscar nominations, features a cameo by Lehigh Valley native Dane DeHaan
The 2013 Academy Awards Sunday night will have a touch of Lehigh Valley Leading the Oscar race is Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln," which has 12 nominations. The Civil War epic features a cameo appearance by a Lehigh Valley native who's a rising young actor. Dane DeHaan was born in Allentown and raised in Zionsville near Emmaus, according to a Morning Call report, which says DeHaan's "Lincoln" cameo comes early in the film as a Union soldier. DeHaan graduated from Emmaus High School, according to Wikipedia. Next Movie lists DeHaan as one of "13 Awesome Dudes You Didn't Know Were in Lincoln." DeHaan is a graduate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. He now lives in Los Angeles. He starred in the movie "Chronicle" this year …