Sat. Jun 22nd, 2024
How Anne Hathaway fell out of favor with the world

Anne Hathaway, a talented actress, faced a barrage of criticism during the press tour for her new film “Mothers’ Instinct” about ten years ago. Looking back, she reflects on the hostility, both online and offline, that derailed her career in the 2010s. Despite being an Oscar-winning star in “Les Misérables,” she was labeled as either too enthusiastic or insincere in her performance. She also faced accusations of being entitled and inauthentic in lighter films like “Valentine’s Day” and “Bride Wars.” These criticisms led to missed job opportunities for her.

During that time, Hollywood was facing precarious times with movements like #MeToo and #OscarsSoWhite gaining traction. Hathaway’s online persona became toxic due to negative publicity surrounding her. However, despite all the negativity surrounding her, she credits Christopher Nolan for supporting her during a low point in her career by casting her in Interstellar. She expressed gratitude for his belief in her talent and not being swayed by the negative press surrounding her.

By Aiden Nguyen

As a content writer at newscholarly.com, I delve into the realms of storytelling with the power of words. With a knack for research and a passion for crafting compelling narratives, I strive to bring forth engaging and informative articles for our readers. From decoding complex concepts to unraveling current events, I aim to captivate and educate through the art of writing. Join me on this journey as we explore the ever-evolving landscape of news and knowledge together.

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