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q's pop culture panel: Anne Hathaway vs. Hollywood ageism

Anne Hathaway says she's already losing roles to younger actresses. The q pop culture panel weighs in on this and more.
In an interview with Glamour, 32-year-old actress Anne Hathaway says she's already losing roles to younger actresses. (Carlo Allegri/Reuters)

Our q pop culture panelists — this week, National Post's Emily Keeler, freelance journalist Rachel Giese and Esquire columnist Stephen Marche — take on the worthy, contentious, and crazy stories from the week in arts and entertainment.

At issue today:

  • Last night, Stephen Colbert took his seat behind the almighty Late Night desk. We look at how he did, and reflect on the general state of late night television.

  • Anne Hathaway says she's already losing roles to younger actresses. In Hollywood, are you really over the hill at 32? 

  • The Weeknd is topping the charts with his potent mix of darkness and light. Can the kid from Scarborough be the next King of Pop? 

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