His first trip to “The Howard Stern Show” was a memorable one for “Spring Breakers” and “Oz The Great and Powerful Star” James Franco.As interviews with Howard Stern seem to go, the subject matter got a little scandalous.But in that film the passionate scenes were between Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger.Her own character’s relationship with Gyllenhaal was marked by hostility and disappointment.Since then she’s played Meryl Streep’s terrorised assistant in The Devil Wears Prada (2006), the White Queen in Tim Burton’s film Alice in Wonderland (2010) and won an Oscar nomination for her raw portrayal of a narcissistic recovering drug addict in Jonathan Demme’s searing family drama, Rachel Getting Married (2008).But it is still somehow startling to see this innocent-looking actress take on the role of sex goddess with such reckless abandon in her new film.'Goodness, it was a bad relationship,’ she says softly. 'I think the thing that I have learnt is that a bad love experience is no reason to fear a new love experience.
I love that he supports that.’ More challenging than the nudity, though, was inhabiting the mind of a young woman suffering from an incurable disease. She was raised in New Jersey with her two brothers and their parents, Gerald Hathaway, a lawyer, and Kate Mc Cauley, a stage actress. My parents are two of the most supportive people you could ever want.’ Formerly practising Catholics, they left the church because of its opposition to homosexuality when her elder brother Michael, came out as gay. ” – he was still Mike – but the church didn’t see it that way.
He says he hasn’t spoken with Hathaway recently, but adds, “Anne and I made up, by the way.