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Happy birthday Anne Hathaway!

Let's celebrate her by remembering some iconic moments from her career

By Alessia Amorosini

Anne Hathaway has a career studded with awards for her roles in well-known films such as: “Pretty Princess” (2001), “The Princess Diaries” (2004), “Ella Enchanted” (2004), “Brokeback Mountain” (2005), “The Devil Wears Prada” (2006), “Love and Other Drugs” (2010), “Alice in Wonderland” (2010), “The Dark Knight Rises” (2012), “Interstellar” (2014) and earlier, in the movie “Rachel Getting Married” (2008), for which she received her first Oscar nomination for Best Actress.

In 2010 she won an Emmy for voice acting on the animated TV series “The Simpsons”. In 2012 she won the Oscar for best supporting actress for “Les Misérables”, the Golden Globe, the BAFTA and the SAG Award.

In addition to being a multifaceted actress, who embraces roles of different genres with great versatility, she is the mother of two children and wife of her colleague Adam Shulman who, by an absurd coincidence, resembles the great William Shakespeare, also married at the time. with a woman named Anne Hathaway: “For my sake, let another you have life so that your beauty continues to flourish”, wrote the author in one of his famous sonnets, wishing he could meet his beloved in a other life.

Anne Hathaway's charisma is not limited to the film set and these moments prove it:

  • Anne the rapper

    The actress has improvised rapper twice, here her performance during an interview on the talk show Conan.

    She also got involved in the “Drop the Mic” format, in a last-ditch battle with James Corden, host of The Late Late Show”:

  • “Anne Cyrus”

    How can we forget her performance for “Lip Sync Battle”, where she challenged her colleague Emily Blunt, playing Miley Cyrus in the controversial “Wrecking Ball” music video.

  • Anne the United Nations ambassador

    Her speech at the UN has as its theme maternity and leave: “One in four American mothers must return to work two weeks after giving birth, because she would not be able to support herself at home, said the actress.

    She added: “We need to redefine and stop stigmatizing the roles of men as caregivers. To free women, we must free men”.

  • Anne and the body positivity

    She responded in kind to two interviewers' persistent questions regarding the “strict feline regime” of diet and gym and the pounds lost to be able to wear the Catwoman suit. She sarcastically stated: “No, no, seriously, let's talk about it. What's up? Are you trying to get in a cat suit too?”.

    On the contrary, she expressed to Ellen her joy for the solidarity shown by the women of the cast of the film “Ocean's 8”, for the changes in her body after giving birth. She particularly remembers Rihanna's colorful compliment saying, “Damn girl, you've got a butt just like mine”.

  • Anne and the funny firsts

    For Allure, the actress tried her hand at “9 things never done before” like putting on lipstick without the help of her hands or painting a self-portrait of her with hot sauce.

  • Role or reality?

    When Anne and Emily Blunt see Meryl Streep sitting in the front row at the night of the Oscars, they delight us with a curtain and it is immediately “The devil wears Prada”.

  • Anne the fangirl

    Even the biggest stars become fans when they meet their idol, the effect singer Mariah Carey has on her is hilarious.

  • And finally… Anne, the queen of the makeover

    Her style changes in two films are unforgettable: the one in the role of Mia in “Pretty Princess” and five years later in that of Andy in “The devil wears Prada”.

Happy birthday Anne and a thousand other moments like these!