Anne Hathaway reveals an inappropriate question that the journalist asked her at 16
We asked the Oscar winner if she was "a good girl or a bad girl".
Since its escape role as Mia Thermopolis in 2001 The newspaper of a princess ,, Anne Hathaway has become one of the most bancable stars in Hollywood, winning two Oscar appointments And a victory for the best support actress in 2013 Wretched . But before becoming a familiar name - and two years before his role as Princess Mia - Hathaway was just starting in industry. And his first experiences were not all positive. As the actor recently revealed, at the age of 16, a journalist asked if she was "a good girl or a bad girl". Read more to find out why Hathaway is tackling the situation now and how she said it had an impact on her recent work.
Hathaway's latest film has just been presented to the Sundance Film Festival.
Based on the 2015 novel of the same name by Ottessa Moshfegh ,, Eileen Stars Hathaway opposite Thomasin McKenzie . The thriller takes place in the Massachusetts of the 1960s and follows Eileen (McKenzie), a young secretary of a prison for minors, who finds himself attracted by the new psychologist of the prison, the Glamorous and Beautiful Rebecca (Hathaway). AE0FCC31AE342FD3A1346EBB1F342FCB
The film was created at the Sundance Film Festival on January 21, and after the screening, Hathaway opened during a Question-answer session ,, The variety reported. According to the winner of an Oscar, the themes Eileen were important for her as a woman.
She explained why she wanted to be part of the film.
Hathaway started by saying how proud she was to be pride film part And thanked the people involved, according to a video published by Deadline Hollywood on Twitter. Hathaway then explained that she wanted to work on the film after seeing the director William Oldroyd's Drama 2016, Lady Macbeth , with who Florence Pugh As a woman, sold in a marriageless marriage with an older man.
"I thought it was an extraordinary job, in which I saw ... A study of the feminine complication that struck me really, really deep," she said. "I had the impression that Will was a filmmaker who could be trusted to tell complicated stories, especially on women, and that meant a lot for me."
She explained that Oldroyd's abilities had resonated with her, in the light of a disturbing exchange with a journalist from the start of her career. "I just remembered one of the very first questions I never asked when I started playing and I had to make the press was:" Are you a good girl or a bad girl ? "I was 16," said Hathaway. "And my 16 year old self wanted to answer with this film."
Hathaway did not provide additional details on the exchange, nor how she felt at the time. But she said, when she did not know it during the first reading of the script for Eileen , part of his "hoped for this exact moment" on stage.
Women have responded to Hathaway's history on social networks.
After the revelation of Hathaway, many women took social media To comment on the exchange, Buzzfeed News reported.
"Anne was only a great actress, of which she remained in her way, and was treated horribly by the industry," wrote a user on a Reddit Forum Discuss Hathaway statements. "I'm sure she has a ton of stories like this."
Another Redditor simply asked: "When the journalists stop ceased to be frightening with the teenagers and singers honestly, it's just disgusting and disappointing."
Non -famous women said they found themselves in similar positions. "It reminded me of a hotel pool rescuer asking me the same at 16. I then asked if I kept all my clothes. Stop it. Stop it," wrote a user. Others have shared uncomfortable questions that have also been asked as minors, including their personal hygiene.
Hathaway is not the only actor to express himself on his experience.
Following the #MeToo movement, many female celebrities showed up to share uncomfortable experiences - some of which occurred when they were still minors. Britney Spears is one of the most remarkable names, reveal Gq in 2003 that she felt "deceived" in her sadly famous Rolling stone cover at the age of 16 years.
Stranger Things Star Millie Bobby Brown also said she had been sexualized by the media Before being 18, while the Hollywood icon Brooke Shields told the "forced" feeling Fall for her 18 year old co-star Christopher Atkins On the set of the 1980s The blue lagoon . Shields discussed the film in December 20, 2022, episode of his podcast, Now what? With Brooke Shields , and also commented on free nudity and added that a film like this will never be made again.
Like Hathaway, Shields is also in Sundance, creating the documentary Brooke Shields: Nice baby , which deepens even more deeply sexual exploitation by the film industry when she was a young teenager.