Anne Jacqueline Hathaway

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Anne Hathaway Photo Gallery, Beautiful Hollywood Actress ,- Anne Jacqueline Hathaway was born in Brooklyn, New York, USA, November 12, 1982. Anne is known as a popular American actress through her role as Mia Thermopolis in the Disney production film THE PRINCESS DIARIES (2001). 

In addition to the film, Hathaway is also active in various social activities. This beautiful actress is a member of The Creative Coalition, The Step Up Women's Network, Non Profit Institution for Children's Hospital, Human Rights Campaign, and Non Profit Theater for Children with Disabilities. His active participation in the social field was due to Hathaway having experienced a crisis in adolescence, exactly the role of Anne in Rachel Getting Married.

Born: November 12, 1982 (age 35), Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States
Height: 1.73 m
Spouse: Adam Shulman (m. 2012)
Children: Jonathan Rosebanks Shulman
Upcoming movies: Ocean's 8, Nasty Women, Barbie

Anne's acting debut through the GET REAL television series (1999), but Anne's vital role in the movie THE PRINCESS DIARIES (2001) solidified Anne's career. Success in the film invites Anne to continue to appear in the next Disney movie, such as ELLA ENCHANTED (2004) and THE PRINCESS DIARIES 2 (2004). 

Hathaway later also supported in the film HAVOC (2005) and BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN (2005) which has an adult theme. Because of the role of Anne who must appear naked in one of the scenes to make Anne's contract terminated by Disney. In THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA Anne plays with actress Meryl Streep and makes the film the most revealing film in her film career.

Hathaway who also appeared in the drama film BECOMING JANE, in 2008 Anne back in action in the comedy genre, GET SMART. In October 2008, Anne appeared in the film PASSENGERS and RACHEL GETTING MARRIED. 

It was in this last movie that Anne Hathaway was awarded Best Actress at the National Board of Review Award and the Broadcast Film Critics Association Award. And get a nomination at the Academy Awards and Golden Globe Award as Best Actress. Beginning in 2009, Hathaway is back in a romantic comedy, BRIDE WARS with Kate Hudson.

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Anne Hathaway And Rebel Wilson's 'The Hustle' Distances Itself From 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels'

For those unaware, The Hustle, written by Jac Schaeffer and directed by Chris Addison, is a gender-swapped remake of Frank Oz’s Steve Martin/Michael Caine hit Dirty Rotten Scoundrels ($42 million domestic off a $3.8m debut in December of 1988), or around $96m adjusted for inflation). Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson will be playing conniving con artists this time around, with Alex Sharp presumably playing their mutual mark, who was portrayed by Glenne Headly the first time out.

The original was a PG-rated comedy, but the remake, barring an appeal or some edits before theatrical release, might be an R-rated flick. In the realm of “Hmm, this intrigues me,” Box Office Mojo and Exhibitor Relations have both reported that the MPAA has given The Hustle an R for “some crude sexual references.” 

As much grief as I gave MGM the other day over RoboCop sequel/reboot plans, The Hustle is closer in concept to their successful Overboard remake. They are making a film, whether it ends up with an R or a PG-13, that could be appealing to folks with little interest or awareness in the original IP.

In the proverbial olden days, you remade a movie that was either not well-received or flew under the radar in the hopes that you could get it right the second time or pitch the movie as a theatrical event unto itself. If you were mining Sam Peckinpah's catalog, you remade The Getaway precisely because it wasn’t among his classics. 

Nowadays, you remake The Wild Bunch precisely because it is an untouchable (or distinctly of its time) classic and ride out the Internet’s collective outrage, knowing that folks will (sometimes) see it anyway. We’ll all complain about Child’s Play, but we’ll still see it.

Or, at least, that’s how it used to work. With the original Child’s Play (and its six sequels) available at the touch of a button from various online streaming services, there is less need to go out to the theater to see a remake of a classic. 

Why watch Bruce Willis’s Death Wish when you can watch the original Charles Bronson flick (or one of the many knock-offs, like The Brave One or Death Sentence, that you may have missed)? Ditto the upcoming likes of (probably) Child’s Play, (possibly) RoboCop Returns and Sony’s recent failed Flatliners redo. When it’s easier than ever to watch the original, the remake becomes that less essential as theatrical viewing, especially when the IP is the central appeal.

But MGM, Pantelion and Lionsgate's Overboard wasn’t just a remake of an old Goldie Hawn/Kurt Russell comedy. It was a comic vehicle for Eugenio Derbez and Anna Faris. The folks who pushed that one to $50 million domestic and $86m worldwide on a $12m budget were going for the high concept and the stars, not the IP. 

Conversely, Death Wish barely cracked $34m on a $30m budget. Because, yes, in 2018, a major studio comedy starring folks like Derbez and Faris qualifies as a minor event movie. Ditto a comedy starring Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson. And since the movie is A) a minor entry and B) an adult movie, you don’t have to worry about folks complaining about ruined childhoods.

Sure, the movie could still be terrible, but The Hustle (which isn’t even called Dirty Rotten Scoundrels) seems to be playing a smarter game. It has a high concept that will strike many folks as “new-to-me,” two media-friendly female movie stars, both of which will make it stand out from the pack. 

If The Hustle (which should have kept its original title, Nasty Women), opening May 10, 2019, is a hit for MGM, it’ll be because the project that, like Sony's Jumanji sequel, viewed its source material and its existence as a remake not as an advantage but as a hurdle to be overcome. 

Come next May, that The Hustle is a remake of an old Steve Martin and Michael Caine comedy will hopefully be the least interesting (both artistically and commercially) thing about it.

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