The deadly weather system swept across the East Coast of America last October (12), causing extensive damage to homes and businesses.
A clean-up effort was quickly launched, with celebrities throwing fundraisers and charity events to provide those in need with food and shelter.
Now a host of famous faces have offered up personal items to creative charity Re/Create New York for a number of auctions to raise more money for the cause.
Hathaway has donated a signed Miu Miu dress, Moore gave an autographed prop from her Carrie remake, and Moss has handed over a signed copy of her recent memoirs.
Other celebrities to donate one-of-a-kind items to the sales include Kanye West, Kelly Osbourne, Selena Gomez, Dita Von Teese, Chloe Sevigny, Michael Stipe, Tilda Swinton and Emma Roberts.
The items begin to go under the hammer online over the weekend (12-13Jan13) and proceeds from the sales go to New York Cares, which provides volunteers to help storm victims rebuild their lives.
Last night, Jeremy Renner visited Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to talk about how busy he's been shooting movies like Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, The Avengers and The Bourne Legacy...so busy, in fact, that he actually sometimes forgets what movies he has done.
Tom Cruise dropped by The Late Show to talk about performing acrobatic stunts hanging a hundred and forty stories over Dubai in Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, and how he and the producers managed to convince the city of Dubai to let them use their landmark building, the Burj Khalifa, in the movie.
Also on Late Night, Mitt Romney showed up to read the night's Top Ten List: "Top Ten Things Mitt Romney Would Like to Say to the American People." Prepare for the expected joke about Newt Gingrich, and the more surprising joke about We Bought a Zoo.
Finally, Seth MacFarlane appeared on Conan to talk about possibly putting an end to Family Guy, "almost" being involved in a murder mystery surrounding Tyra Banks, and the fascination with freezing yourself to live forever.
A lot of mystery has surrounded the upcoming The Bourne Legacy, the fourth movie in the series that so far consists of The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum. For one thing, central character Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) will not be a part of this film—this has led some purist fans to reject it altogether. However, more optimistic members of the Bourne-again clan maintain faith in the upcoming movie, which will star Jeremy Renner as the lead.
Up until now, we have known very little about Renner's character and what sort of role he'll be playing both in this standalone movie and in accordance with the series in general. Renner finally revealed some information to Empire that might appease some curious fans:
"My character is called Aaron Cross, but he ends up having a bunch of different names. For fans of the franchise, [The Bourne Legacy] has that same ticking clock, but it's a new programme and new characters."
Regarding the Treadstone operation that has been beyond integral to the Bourne series thus far: "Yeah, it's that same deal, it's just a new set of agents with a different leash. It's the same tempo and pace but more expansive and bigger. The differences are pretty vast but you'll know it's a Bourne movie."
So, according to Renner, the movie will play to both bases: instilled with something new, but rooted in something traditional. It's not an easy balance to maintain, and with a series as enjoyed as the Bourne movies, it'll be hard to satisfy everyone. But hey, it's happening. It's a Bourne movie, at the very least marginally, with Edward Norton in it. So call me crazy, but I'm sure it'll have its share of high points.
The Bourne Legacy comes out Aug. 3, 2012.