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The Evolution Of Anne Hathaway
19. Alice in Wonderland (2010)Tim Burton’s adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s children’s classic opened to distinctly mixed reviews, but it’s unlikely that anyone involved was too bothered about that, as it went on to gross over $1 billion at the box office.It’s searching for a plot, and could’ve done with a gutsier heroine (imagine if it had have been Hathaway playing Alice), but the visuals are enough to keep you distracted for the running time. And Hathaway is spot-on as the White Queen: pale, poised, otherworldly and just a little nuts.Anne Hath-A-Way with… Nigella Lawson impressions, as Burton instructed her to channel the domestic goddess.

The Evolution Of Anne Hathaway

19. Alice in Wonderland (2010)

Tim Burton’s adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s children’s classic opened to distinctly mixed reviews, but it’s unlikely that anyone involved was too bothered about that, as it went on to gross over $1 billion at the box office.

It’s searching for a plot, and could’ve done with a gutsier heroine (imagine if it had have been Hathaway playing Alice), but the visuals are enough to keep you distracted for the running time. And Hathaway is spot-on as the White Queen: pale, poised, otherworldly and just a little nuts.

Anne Hath-A-Way with… Nigella Lawson impressions, as Burton instructed her to channel the domestic goddess.

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The Evolution Of Abbie Cornish
21. Sucker Punch (2011)
Cornish is back in cinemas again this week, in Zack Snyder’s girl-power epic Sucker Punch. Baby Doll (Emily Browing) is committed to an asylum in 50s Vermont, and regresses into her imagination to escape her circumstances.
As this is Snyder, though, her inner-world isn’t pensive and introspective, it’s a series of high-octane, ultra-stylised face-offs against endless imaginary foes, with her fellow inmates (including Cornish’s Sweet Pea) coming along for the ride. Check it out for yourself from Friday.
Packing a punch? The title says it all…

The Evolution Of Abbie Cornish

21. Sucker Punch (2011)

Cornish is back in cinemas again this week, in Zack Snyder’s girl-power epic Sucker Punch. Baby Doll (Emily Browing) is committed to an asylum in 50s Vermont, and regresses into her imagination to escape her circumstances.

As this is Snyder, though, her inner-world isn’t pensive and introspective, it’s a series of high-octane, ultra-stylised face-offs against endless imaginary foes, with her fellow inmates (including Cornish’s Sweet Pea) coming along for the ride. Check it out for yourself from Friday.

Packing a punch? The title says it all…