Over the past few months, Anne Hathaway has been back in the spotlight with some top-notch roles. Hathaway first appeared alongside Jared Leto in the Apple TV Plus series WeCrashed, based on Wonder's podcast We Crashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork, and more recently in his period drama WeCrashed. "Armageddon Time" (Armaggedon Time) alongside Oscar Isaac and Jeremy Strong, which will be shown in October of this year, attracted attention in the competitive section of the Cannes Film Festival and went on the red carpet. Apart from these, Anne Hathaway has been seen on the set of the psychological thriller "Mothers' Instinct" with Jessica Justin. On the pretext of this actor's active and bold presence these days in cinema and television, we will discuss five facts about him that you might not have known before.
1. In addition to her dream of acting, Anne
Hathaway dreamed of becoming a nun when she was a child.
you know that when you grow up,
you have a thousand different thoughts about what
you are going to become, but I really wanted to be an
actress before I wanted to be a nun. "That dream of becoming a nun
was more marginal." Hathaway, who grew up Catholic, abandoned this
religion after her brother came out.
2. She got her first and most important role after falling off a
chair in an audition
Hathaway first got the role of Mia Thermopolis in The Princess Diaries. He became world famous. But unlike the usual success stories, Hathaway landed the role in just one audition. The story goes that he was on his way to New Zealand to star in an independent film called "The Other Side of Heaven" and had a 24-hour layover in Los Angeles during an audition. Participated as "Princess Tribeca" (which was originally titled "Princess Diaries"). There he met the director of the film, Garry Marshall, and they quickly became friends and liked each other. Hathaway says: "Somewhere during the audition I got really stressed and fell off my chair, and I think that's what made the director like me."
3. Hathaway is still grateful for the role that made her a global success
Anne Hathaway won the role of Mia in "Princess Diaries" after falling off a chair during an audition for the film.
Hathaway says that since 2001, the release of "Princess Diaries" coincided with On the anniversary of the release of the film, he thanks God for appearing in this film. "I remember that day well and I thank the world for it, I am grateful with all my heart, because that day my dreams came true. My life has many aspects that are very real and a series of events have happened to me that are like fairy tales. that day my fairy tale began."
4. Her career has been plagued with many "what if" moments.
Although Hathaway has appeared in many popular films over the past decade, she starred in Judd Aptow's 2007 comedy, Pregnant. (Knocked Up) rejected. Why? Because as he himself says, he was not comfortable with being in scenes of pregnancy. "My problem was that I wasn't a mother yet, and I didn't know how I would feel if I played that scene," she said in an interview in 2012, four years before the birth of her son Jonathan and later another son, Jack. This role finally went to Katherine Heigl.
5. He has no problem asking his mother for advice on big roles
Hathaway's mother, who herself played the role of Fantine in the show "Poor People", says that her daughter was a better Fantine than her.
We say in Persian, "A son who has no signs of his father", but the French version is The term includes both genders. However, Hathaway's mother, Kate, who is herself a theater actress, played Fantine in the first US tour of Les Miserables; The same role that earned Anne Hathaway the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 2013. He says about this: "My mother had told me a lot about her experience in the role of Fantine, which gave me even the confidence to feel that this role is in my blood. I think her doing it made me relate to the character more deeply because I knew how important it was.
Hathaway's mother later said that playing Anne instead of Fantine taught her a few things about the role. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, she said: "I know I'm her mother, but I think she was a much better Fantine than I was. I don't think I got as deep into Fantine as he did. Annie had really researched and studied the role and that made me feel better about the character Let me know better."
Source: vogue</ a >