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Steve Carell, Anne Hathaway, Get Smart (1)

Steve Carell, Anne Hathaway, Get Smart (1)

Steve Carell stars as Maxwell Smart (left) and Anne Hathaway stars as Agent 99 in “Get Smart”.
Photo credit: Warner Bros.

Steve Carell, Anne Hathaway, Get Smart (2)

Steve Carell, Anne Hathaway, Get Smart (2)

Steve Carell stars as Maxwell Smart (left) and Anne Hathaway stars as Agent 99 in “Get Smart”.
Photo credit: Tony Rivetti Jr.

Anne Hathaway, Steve Carell, Get Smart (5)

Anne Hathaway, Steve Carell, Get Smart (5)

Anne Hathaway (left) stars as Agent 99 and Steve Carell stars as Maxwell Smart in “Get Smart”.
Photo credit: Tracy Bennett

Anne Hathaway, Steve Carell, Get Smart (6)

Anne Hathaway, Steve Carell, Get Smart (6)

Anne Hathaway (left) stars as Agent 99 and Steve Carell stars as Maxwell Smart in “Get Smart”.
Photo credit: Tracy Bennett

Anne Hathaway, Steve Carell, Get Smart (7)

Anne Hathaway, Steve Carell, Get Smart (7)

Anne Hathaway (left) stars as Agent 99 and Steve Carell stars as Maxwell Smart in “Get Smart”.
Photo credit: Tracy Bennett

Steve Carell, Get Smart (9)

Steve Carell, Get Smart (9)

Steve Carell stars as Maxwell Smart in “Get Smart”.
Photo credit: Tracy Bennett

Steve Carell, Horton Hears a Who! (3)

Steve Carell, Horton Hears a Who! (3)

Steve Carell in “Horton Hears a Who!”.

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