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Wednesday
May292013

Anne Hathaway Is a Brunette Again

ADRIAN SANCHEZ-GONZALEZ/AFP/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Anne Hathaway has returned to her natural hair color: brunette.

Paparazzi snapped photos of Hathaway's new do on Tuesday while she grabbed coffee in New York City. According to Us Weekly, the Les Misérables actress dyed her hair on May 23 at the salon of Hollywood stylist Marie Robinson.

Hathaway had dyed her hair platinum blonde to attend the Met Ball in New York City earlier this month, a gala that benefits the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Hathaway reportedly returned to a brunette for her next movie role, Song One, in which she plays a woman who befriends her sick brother's favorite musician, according to Deadline.com.

Hathaway's pixie hairdo for Les Mis still generates lots of buzz. The hairstyle, which appropriately fit her as she portrayed the prostitute Fantine in her Oscar-winning performance, was even named the most influential film haircut of all time, according to the Hairdressing Council of Great Britain and Universal Pictures.

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Wednesday
Jul062011

Jennifer Aniston's Dark Debut in 'Horrible Bosses'

Jasper Juinen/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Contrary to reports, Jennifer Aniston will not appear topless in her new movie Horrible Bosses, but you will still see her like never before.

Aniston, who stars as a "sexually aggressive" dentist who harasses her male assistant in Bosses, which opens Friday, recently set the record straight about all those topless rumors.

Rumors circulated in May that Aniston had filmed a scene in which she's naked above the waist. But the 42-year-old actress said no such scene was ever shot, nor will it surface in the DVD. Even the raciest scene, in which Aniston appears in an open medical jacket without a shirt or bra underneath, still leaves much to the imagination.

Make no mistake, though, "Bosses" will definitely show a darker side of Aniston -- starting with her hair. The woman who made popular the "Rachel" hairstyle insisted upon covering her trademark streaky blonde tresses with a long brunette wig.

"We had this wonderful period of time I do call Hair Gate," Aniston told the Chicago Sun-Times. "The studio didn't want me to wear a wig. I was told, 'No one will know who you are.' I said, 'They will know my name from the credits.'

"I'm the one who insisted on the dark hair," she added. "I was doing a movie right before this and one after that had me looking more like me, and I knew this character had to be different."

Seeing herself in the mirror as a brunette, Aniston said, "I just felt such a freedom."

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