Anne Hathaway Says She Wants to Be Called “Anything” But Her Own Name
You know that actress from The Satan Wears Prada and Les Mis? Perfectly, she has a very peculiar ask for: You should not contact her by her identify.
You see, Anne Hathaway decided to “spill the tea,” as she said, to Jimmy Fallon on Jan. 12. She unveiled that all over her profession, supporters have harmlessly called her “Anne,” not acknowledging there is certainly only a single man or woman in real life that in fact phone calls her that.
“The only individual who ever phone calls me Anne is my mother, and she only does it when she’s genuinely mad at me, like seriously mad,” Hathaway, 38, shared. “So every single time I move out in public and someone calls my identify, I believe they’re going to yell at me.”
So, why isn’t really she just regarded as Annie? Perfectly, the Oscar winner spelled out when she was filming a business at age 14, she had to get her formal SAG card for the Display screen Actors Guild.