Anne Hathaway says she doesn’t want a sequel to ‘The Devil Wears Prada’


Protagonist of ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ (2006), Anne Hathaway frustrated fans of the production by saying that she does not want the film to continue. She considers director David Frankel’s original film a singular success and fears the demand for a new version. “Sometimes I think things should be celebrated and preserved in a bubble,” she explained.

Anne continued in her explanation: “Just so you understand, you all saw this movie more recently than I did,” Hathaway said amid laughter. “I think it’s been more than ten years, maybe 20, since I saw that movie.”

She also said in the interview with Vanity Fair that she almost saw her career sink, after winning the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 2013, for her role in “Les Miserables” (2012). Anne faced criticism on the internet, as several people did not agree with her victory at the world cinema awards.

“A lot of people didn’t give me roles because they were worried about how toxic my identity had become online,” said Anne, who pointed to Christopher Nolan, director of “Interstellar,” as being responsible for “rescuing” her career. “He didn’t care about it and gave me one of the most beautiful roles I’ve ever had in one of the best films I’ve ever been in,” she said of the sci-fi film released in 2014.

“Humiliation is a very difficult thing to go through. The secret is not to let it close you down. You have to be bold,” concluded the actress.

Source: Folha

You May Also Like

Recommended for you

Immediate Peak