We’re encouraged to judge each other, but we should be turning our focus to the people and institutions who should be supporting us and currently aren’t.” Last week, the Intern star spoke at the U. “Today, on International Women’s Day, I would like to thank all those who went before in creating our current policies,” she said at the time.
“Let us honor them and build upon what they started by shifting our language, and therefore our consciousness, away from gender and towards opportunity.” Hathaway, who will next star in the all-female Ocean’s Eight movie, is also speaking out against inequality in Hollywood. I don’t say that with anger or judgment; it’s a statistical fact.
When I've established myself in America and I don't need to live near the action, so to speak, and if you're good, the work will come to you.The production company noted in Tuesday’s announcement that their next six releases (“Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” “Molly’s Game,” “Gringo,” “A Bad Moms Christmas” and “The Happytime Murders”), including Hathaway’s currently untitled project, also feature women in leading roles.“I am excited to be collaborating with STX Films on this movie,” Hathaway said in a statement.Anne Hathaway did NOT warn Daisy Ridley not to date Chris Pine, despite a fabricated tabloid report. We’re told it’s “completely false.” All three stars are featured on Barbara Streisand’s new album, actor.
“Anne said that while she loves Chris as a friend, she does not think he is good boyfriend material,” says the tabloid’s so-called “source.” The magazine’s dubious insider further claims that Hathaway also told Pine to “back off and find someone else to mess around with.” “She feels protective of Daisy,” adds the outlet’s supposed source.No director is attached to the project, based on a script from screenwriters Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein, who previously wrote the screenplays for “How to Be Single,” “The Vow,” and “He’s Just Not That Into You.” Adam Shulman will also produce and Jonathan Rice will co-produce.