Anne Hathaway was simply a youngster when she burst into the highlight – however her age didn’t cease journalists from asking some creepy questions.
“I simply remembered one of many very first questions I ever obtained requested once I began appearing and needed to do press,” the actress, 40, stated throughout a Q&A session at Sundance Film Festival, per Variety.
“Are you a very good lady or a foul lady?” she continued, recalling the alarming query she was requested as a teen.
“I used to be 16. And my 16-year-old self wished to reply with this movie.”
Hathaway made the revelation whereas selling her new flick “Eileen,” which premiered on the prestigious Utah pageant on Saturday.
The “Princess Diaries” alum stars within the William Oldroyd-directed film as a psychologist working in a Boston jail within the Nineteen Sixties.
The Oscar winner stated she determined to affix the movie after seeing Oldroyd’s 2016 film, “Lady MacBeth,” which featured Florence Pugh as a girl caught in a depressing marriage to an older man.
“I believed it was a rare work,” she added. “I noticed a examine of feminine complication that hit me actually, actually deep, and I felt like Will was a filmmaker that might be trusted to inform sophisticated tales, particularly about females.”
The mom of two, who wed actor Adam Shulman in 2012, obtained her massive break in 2001 when she was solid within the “Princess Diaries” reverse Julie Andrews.
Hathaway is about to reprise her position as Mia Thermopolis within the third installment of the “Princess Diaries” franchise, which was introduced in November 2022.
“We really feel the very same, and I do know it’s in all probability very irritating,” she stated at Sundance, referencing the prolonged course of of constructing a sequel.
“It’s a course of that requires endurance, and so all people ought to take into account themselves part of the film enterprise now, as a result of that is how lengthy it really takes to make issues.”
Fans have additionally begged the actress to reprise her iconic flip as Andrea “Andy” Sachs in a “Devil Wears Prada” sequel. However, she rapidly shot down the concept.
“I don’t know if there may be [a sequel]. I simply suppose that film was in a distinct period, you already know?” the Oscar winner stated on “The View” final yr.
“Now, the whole lot’s gone so digital, and that film centered across the idea of manufacturing a bodily factor,” she stated of Runway, the fictional journal run by Meryl Streep’s character, Miranda Priestly. “It’s simply very totally different now.”