Anne Hathaway Receives Walk of Fame Star
Oscar-winning Hollywood on-screen character Anne Hathaway was honoured with a star on the Walk of Fame for her commitments to the film industry. Her star is number 2,663.
She received the star on Thursday. The honour is coming at a "good year in terms of artistic growth."
The actress celebrated the occasion with director Dee Rees, rapper and actress Awkwafina and actress Rebel Wilson.
Anne and Rebel posed together for the cameras at the ceremony with Hathaway wearing a long, floral dress while Wilson wore a navy dress for the occasion.
She told the interviewers, "This is a recognition that has significance to me as a result of you. You are for what reason I'm remaining here. You have appeared for me over and over, and let's face it only one out of every odd film was great, however, you appeared!"
The 36-year-old Hathaway got the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her exhibition as Fantine in 2012's melodic show film, Les Misérables. She appeared with the Disney film The Princess Diaries in 2001.
Hathaway can right now be found in The Hustle with Rebel Wilson.
She conversed with Variety about working in the film and stated, "Improve isn't my solid suit, particularly when endeavouring to remain in a compliment. I went from speculation this would be a fun parody work where I got the chance to wear bunches of outfits and say extremely cunning things regarding being abused by men to [doing] actually diligent work in two territories that don't come effectively to me."
Prior to The Hustle, she featured in Serenity inverse Matthew McConaughey and in the heist parody Ocean's 8.
Anne is as of now recording the dream film The Witches, a Roald Dahl adjustment. It is coordinated by Robert Zemeckis, known for Back to the Future movies.