Introducing the September issue starring Anne Hathaway 🌟 The actor opened up to writer Ashley C. Ford about her musical childhood, the functional benefits of anger, and why her optimism toward Hollywood is still a little bit cautious: https://t.co/pob6tsWNle pic.twitter.com/9ekTIlENKH— Allure (@Allure_magazine) August 13, 2019
-Anne Hathaway covers the Septeber issues of "Allure"
-Anne and the interviewer learn to make sushi.Hathaway"Ordering sushi, all of the containers and napkins, it would be less expensive and less wastefull for me to do it myself. I've been very lucky in my life and I just see it as my responsibility as a person with the means and time to do it".
- On growing up in a musical family" My family sang constantly. Ella Fitzgerald and Areatha Franklin were staples. " I didn't know that wasn't normal until the 7th grade. One day a friend sat me down and said "We have to talk about the singing" Hathaway says laughing.
-She sings and dances in an episode of the series " Modern Love" being released in the fall by amazon studios.Hathaway" I think there is no better way to express joy in a performance. Singing and dancing forces you to open yourselfn up to vulnerability.". I don' t think anyone is expecting me to win a Grammy or anything so I just kept my expectations realistic and did my best".
-On fighting: Hathaway " I use to love to fight! It felt so good to fight and be right. As anyone in a healthy relationship knows, an insistence on being right won't last long on matters of love. You have these moments where you just want to grab them like, Nooo! I just want to be petty for a little while longer".
- On how the role in " The last thing he wants" affected her. Hathaway" It had a big impact on me because anger is something that's a big part of my journey. Not necessarily neutalizing it, because anger is useful, but learning the ways of it. Learning how to ask how does this serve me".
-Hathaway plays Elena McMahan, an investigative journalist. Hathaway" She's not wrong for the reason she is angry but it's taken over her life and now she is more angry than alive".
-On change in Hollywood." Hathaway" It's more nuanced and it's more interesting. It's allowed more interesting characters and stories. Now the big question is are audiences appreciating it? If it's not supported it won' t continue. It will go back to the way it was and people will say, okay that didn't work".
Ontd:Do you always have to be right in a conversation or fight?