Anne Hathaway is featured on the Glamour magazine for January 2013 issue, talking about her new role for “Les Miserables”, which is to be released on 25 of December 2012!
Anne Hathaway Shines on the cover of the Glamour January 2013
Beautiful 30 year old American star is featured on the cover of the Glamour magazine January 2013 issue. She has cut her incredible long hair for the role of a dying sex worker Fantine, and here are her comments:
I’d resolved to cut my hair for ‘Les Mis’ and to do it on-screen to make it feel real. And then the morning came, and I was shaking like a leaf. I almost couldn’t do my job. When it was over, I went to the darkest corner of my trailer and I looked in the mirror, and I saw my little brother! But eventually I felt like the coolest girl in the world,” and she also mentioned how her life has changed with the coming of a new haircut: “People are warmer to me. Also, I’m a fairly shy person,and [in the past] on days when I didn’t want to deal with the world, I’d wear a hat and pull my hair around me and hide. I can’t do that now. I have to be me all the time. And it’s changed my habits, because if I was having a bad skin day, I could have a good hair day. Now I have no hair, so I have to take better care of myself because I’m all face!”
Anne Hathaway has also commented on her marriage, which took place in September 2012:
It’s wonderful. I feel like I’ve found my other half, and I’m so excited about getting to love him [Adam Shulman] for the rest of our lives… I would never have gotten married if it weren’t for him. You have to want to be married to someone. You have to feel that reciprocated. Marriage for marriage’s sake doesn’t make any sense to me, and I found someone with whom I could put my money where my mouth is, I guess.”
By the way, they also raised money for gay marriage with wedding photos: “I really didn’t want the paparazzi at my wedding, and I thought that I’d outfoxed them. The plan was to release a photo to my fans on Instagram. But when some paparazzi got aerial shots and I realized that they could make money off them, I wanted to prevent that, to make the money go somewhere else. So I released four photos, and every time they’re printed, in perpetuity, the money goes to a corresponding charity.” She also is active in One Billion Rising, a global V-day campaign that works to stop the violence against girls and women.