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Anne Hathaway Filmography


Anne Hathaway is a popular and talented American movie actress, the daughter of an actress and a lawyer. By the way, it was thanks to her mother's profession that a girl at an early age firmly decided to become a man of art, which, in principle, she succeeded by 100%.

Already in childhood and adolescence, Annie successfully mastered performances in school performances, studied singing a lot and even performed as part of Carnegie Hall with the children's choir, soon after which she received her first role in the series “Be Yourself”.

Ann didn’t make her way to fame for long: literally right after the shooting was completed, she made her debut on the big screens in the film How to Become a Princess. The main role and immediately success, which in fact did not leave the young actress.

Today we will talk and remember the top 10 of the brightest and best films with the participation of Anne Hathaway, in which all its advantages and professional talents are clearly revealed. Want to spend the evening nice - be sure to look at something from this list!

  1. “How to become a princess”, 2001. The debut film of the actress, who instantly brought, even then, very young Annie, success and popularity, which greatly influenced her further progress along the career ladder. It must be said that the director of the film was Garry Marshall, who once revealed the talent of young Julia Roberts in the famous film “Pretty Woman”. Easy and good movie, which is suitable for viewing the whole family. At the core is the story of an ordinary schoolgirl, who at one point finds out that she is the only heir to the throne of a single European country. She faces a choice - to stay with her mother and continue the life of an ordinary American teenager or to go to manage the whole country.
  2. “Enchanted Ella”, 2004. Another excellent film from the list “for the whole family”. Ella (Anne Hathaway) in deep childhood received an unusual gift - obedience. Like. Would that be bad here? But it turns out that not everything is so simple: the stepmother and the treacherous half-sisters unceremoniously use her “peculiarity”, which, as a result, bothers kind Ella. As a result, she embarks on an exciting and adventurous journey to get rid of her gift and see life from the other side.
  3. Princess Diaries 2, 2004. Continuation of the successful first part, in which the main character is already turning into a real queen of a small but proud European country. But it is wise to rule the whole state - not such an easy task, especially when the thoughts of a young and naive girl are in the head of the queen.
  4. Crazy, 2005. The first film of the actress, where she managed to escape from the image of the “princesses” and play an extremely unusual role for herself, which, it must be said, coped perfectly well. In the center of the plot - two girlfriends from a decent suburb who are bored with their quiet life and they go in search of adventure in the company of cool local gangsters. At first, it all seems funny, only with time the girls are fully aware of how dangerous it is to be friends with the bad guys.
  5. “Brokeback Mountain”, 2005. The film, based on the story of the same name by Annie Prout, once managed to make a lot of noise in the public and gain very high ratings among film critics and the viewer. The story of the difficult relationship between two young men, cowboys, who suddenly discover in themselves feelings for each other, who were previously considered unacceptable. A novel that broke out at one moment ends quickly, young people continue their normal lives, get married, have children, although even for some reason all this does not give them any special happiness ...
  6. “The Devil Wears Prada”, 2006. With the release of this film, the actress became even more popular and successful. The main partner on the set is the idol of her childhood - Meryl Streep, who played the role of the legendary business woman and editor-in-chief of the popular Podium, which, by the way, was the young and ambitious heroine Anne.
  7. "Jane Austen", 2006 Biographical film, where the actress played the role of a young British writer Jane Austen. By the way, for the credibility of the plot and to get a better role, Anne mastered the piano playing especially for this film. An interesting, deep and penetrating film with a quality cast and great English flavor of the time.
  8. “War of Brides”, 2009. Light comedy, in which the intense rivalry between two friends vividly reveals the idea of ​​how close people can become real enemies. And why? Because the weddings of two beautiful bridesmaids are scheduled for the same day!
  9. One Day, 2011. Another interesting role is Ann, in which she plays the role of Emma - a charismatic, romantic and intelligent girl who would like to change the world for the better. At a student party, she meets Dexter - windy, selfish, incredibly beautiful and attractive. There is sympathy between young people, but they decide to remain friends and only one day in a year completely devote themselves to each other, and so for 20 years ...
  10. "Les Miserables", 2012. The film, based on the novel by V. Hugo, became a real event for Anne Hathaway, because for her role in it she received the Oscar statute, cherished for each actor. At the audition, the actress played so impressively that she was able to move the audience to tears!

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At the audition for the Christopher Nolan fighter, Anne Hathaway decided that she was being cast for the role of Harley Quinn - the crazy Joker minion, who was the main antagonist of the film The Dark Knight. However, after talking with Nolan, Ann realized that she was claiming a different image - Catwoman.

Anne Hathaway created the image of Selina Kyle, inspired by the famous Hollywood actress Hedy Lamarr in the 40s - this movie star served as the prototype for Catwoman from the comics.

Selina - plastic and agile fighter. To learn her tricks, Anne Hathaway spent five days a week in physical training: gym, dance and acrobatics.

During the filming of the fight, the actress tried so hard that she accidentally knocked down a stuntman, hitting his eye in the eye.

In preparation for the role of an assistant working in a large publishing house, Anne Hathaway worked in the sales house for a week as an assistant.

I became friends with Emily Blunt on-screen partner.

When the actress collected material for the role, she trained for two weeks at the auction house.

To prepare for the role of the actress conducted her own research. Ann consulted with drug addicts, talked with their families, read books, looked through doc films.

During filming in frosty Iceland, Anne Hathaway faced a difficult task: to enter the cold water. The scene was filmed for several hours, and the spacesuit, which was on the heroine of Hathaway, began to leak. The actress is so frozen that after the final double did not feel the toes.

The actress worked through her character for many weeks. Ann obviously made her heroine repulsive and arrogant, so that over time, you could fully reveal her character.

Due to the constant presence in the icy water, the actress began to develop hypothermia. Shooting for some time was suspended.

The actress had to wear a spacesuit almost every day, which weighed more than 30 kg.

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Many of the friends of the actress - people in old age, it helped Ann to get into the role and understand the problem of generations.

The actress herself admitted that she took some of the habits for her role from Miranda Priestley’s character, which Meryl Streep played in the movie The Devil Wears Prada.

Performing the role of the unfortunate Fantines, Anne Hathaway took over the baton from her mother Kate McCauley Hathaway, who played this heroine in the American theatrical production in 1987.

For the role in "The Miserable" Hathaway had to make big sacrifices: the actress lost 11 kg to look like a woman exhausted by life. Anne also decided to part with long hair, as required by the script from her Fantine.

The scene in which Anne Hathaway performs the song-revelation of Fantine "I Dreamed a Dream", filmed a good 8 hours, spending 4 doubles. Not least, this was an initiative of the actress herself, who wanted to feel the story of her heroine and bring her feelings to the audience.

The actress got so much into the role and identified herself with the victim that for many months after the shooting she was depressed and continued to experience the emotions of her character.

The trick, where the corpses of Fantines are thrown out of the window into the wagon, the actress performed herself.

In order to better understand her character, Ann studied a lot of materials about the life of sex slaves, read many articles and studies.

Anne Hathaway Filmography

My Monster Girl (2016)
Gloria lives in New York. Having lost her job and a young man, she falls into a strange state of despair and anger. At the same time, in the capital of South Korea, a giant monster attacks people, at the same time destroying everything in its path. Gloria feels that in some incredible way associated with these events.

My monster girl / Colossal (2016)

Genre: fantasy, thriller, comedy, action
Premiere (world): September 9, 2016
Premiere (RF): April 27, 2017
A country: Spain, Canada

Starring: Anne Hathaway, Dan Stevens, Jason Sudeikis, Tim Blake Nelson and others.

Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016)
Continuation of the fairy tale about Alice that came to life on the big screen At this time, the brave girl will need to join the battle with time, going on a journey to save his old friend - Mad Hatter.

Through the Looking Glass / Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016)

Genre: fantasy, adventure, family
Budget: $170 000 000
Premiere (world): May 10, 2016
Premiere (RF): May 26, 2016, WDSSPR
A country: United States, United Kingdom

Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Hathaway, Sasha Baron Cohen, Rhys Evans, Matt Lucas and others.

Intern / The Intern (2015)

Genre: comedy
Budget: $35 000 000
Premiere (world): September 23, 2015
Premiere (RF): September 24, 2015, Karo Premier
A country: USA

Starring: Anne Hathaway, Robert De Niro, Adam Devine, Nat Wolfe, Rene Russo, Reid Scott, Anders Holm, Andrew Rennells, Drena De Niro, Sean Kleier

Interstellar / Interstellar (2014)

Genre: fantasy, drama, adventure
Budget: $165 000 000
Premiere (world): October 26, 2014
Premiere (RF): November 6, 2014, "Karo Premier"
A country: USA, UK, Canada

Movie Rating: 8.708 (220340)
IMDB Rating: 8.70 (641 303)

Starring: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Mackenzie Foy, Michael Caine, David Gyasi, Wes Bentley, Casey Affleck, John Lytgow, Matt Damon

Once Upon a Time in New York (2014)
Fannie is a young girl who has dedicated her life to archeology. She often excavates away from her home, so she practically does not see her mother and brother Henry. One day, while in Morocco, Fannie learns that her brother had an accident and is in a hospital in a very serious condition. Returning to his hometown, the girl visits Henry every day, hoping for the best, but the doctors do not give any guarantees that the young man will be able to get out of a coma.

Once Upon a Time in New York / Song One (2014)

Genre: drama, music
Budget: $6 000 000
Premiere (world): January 20, 2014
A country: USA

Movie Rating: 6.065 (649)
IMDB Rating: 5.80 (3834)

Starring: Anne Hathaway, Johnny Flynn, Mary Steenbergen, Ben Rosenfield, Katrina Prefontein, Gideon Glick, Lee Jun Lee, Al Thompson, Shawn Parsons, Grace Rex

Runaway Bridegroom (2013)
Warren is a bluff and a loser who has not been able to get a permanent job for a long time. The problem is that he could not find something to do for himself. One day he meets a homeless eccentric who tells everyone that the end of the world will soon come. Gradually he becomes obsessed with the idea of ​​the coming apocalypse and decides to make a documentary on this subject. It turns out to be very difficult, but Warren begins to live this work, putting all his soul into the film.

Runaway Groom / Don Peyote (2013)

Genre: drama, comedy
Premiere (world): May 9, 2014
A country: USA

Movie Rating: 3.810 (162)
IMDB Rating: 3.90 (496)

Starring: Dan Vogler, Kelly Hutchinson, Jay Baruchel, Josh Duhamel, Annabella Sciorra, Wallace Shawn, Anne Hathaway, Topher Grace, Dean Winters, Meital Dohan

The Passions of Don Juan (2013)
John Martello is subject to a strict order: his apartment, his car, his family, his fitness, his women. Every weekend he goes to Mass, repenting of the same sins. And still, no proximity is comparable for him to the transcendental bliss, which he achieves alone in front of the computer, watching pornography. He sincerely tries to change for the sake of that which seems to him the love of his life, but he suffers one wreck after another, receiving a lesson in life and love, in which, it seemed to him, he is no longer capable.

The Passion of Don Juan / Don Jon (2013)

Genre: drama, romance, comedy
Budget: $3 000 000
Premiere (world): January 18, 2013
Premiere (RF): September 26, 2013, "Paradise"
A country: USA

Movie Rating: 6.339 (36564)
IMDB Rating: 6.60 (164 319)

Starring: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Scarlett Johansson, Julianne Moore, Tony Danz, Glenn Hadley, Brie Larson, Rob Brown, Jeremy Luke, Paul Ben-Victor, Italia Ricci

Miserables (2012)
Summary of the film "Miserables". The action develops at the beginning of the XIX century. The convict convict Jean Valjean, sentenced to prison, has to hide from cruel justice for many years. Inspector of the Paris police Javert considers his capture a matter of his life. After the death of Fantine, a woman for whose fate Jean Valjean considered himself responsible, the only person close to him is her daughter Cosette. For the happiness of the girl, Jean is ready for anything.

Les Misérables (2012)

Genre: musical, drama, romance
Budget: $61 000 000
Premiere (world): December 5, 2012
Premiere (RF): February 7, 2013, UPI
A country: United States, United Kingdom

Movie Rating: 8.049 (51804)
IMDB Rating: 7.70 (215 423)

Starring: Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfred, Eddie Redmain, Helena Bonham Carter, Sasha Baron Cohen, Aaron Tveit, Samantha Barks, Daniel Hattlestone

The Dark Knight: The Renaissance of a Legend (2012)
Eight years ago, Batman disappeared into the night, turning from a hero into a fugitive. Having taken the blame for the death of prosecutor Harvey Dent, he sacrificed everything. Together with Commissioner Gordon, they decided that it would be better for everyone. While the crime was crushed by the anti-criminal act of Dent, the lie acted. Nevertheless, the emergence of a new enemy of Bane, whose face is masked, is becoming even more dangerous. He develops a monstrous activity in Gotham.

The Dark Knight: The Renaissance of the Legend / The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

Genre: fiction, thriller, thriller, drama, crime
Budget: $250 000 000
Premiere (world): July 16, 2012
Premiere (RF): July 26, 2012, Karo Premier
A country: United States, United Kingdom

Movie Rating: 8.313 (190613)
IMDB Rating: 8.50 (966 833)

Starring: Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Matthew Modine, Ben Mendelsohn

One day (2011)
Emma is romantic, sharp-tongued and wants to change the world for the better. Dexter is a playboy, a darling of fate, and wants the world to belong to him. For the first time, Em and Dex met on July 15th at the college graduation and spent only one day together. And then the night came, and they. decided to stay friends. We will see them on the same day in a year, in two. But how many years must it take for them to believe in their love and understand how much this ONE DAY meant to them?

One day / One Day (2011)

Genre: drama, romance
Budget: $15 000 000
Premiere (world): August 8, 2011
Premiere (RF): August 18, 2011, Volga
A country: United States, United Kingdom

Movie Rating: 7.739 (67653)
IMDB Rating: 7.00 (90 299)

Starring: Jim Sturgess, Anne Hathaway, Rafe Spall, Patricia Clarkson, Ken Stott, Romola Garay, Jodie Whittaker, Matt Berry, Georgia King, Tom Mison

Love and other medicines (2010)
The actions of the film “Love and Other Medicines” take place with a young rake named Jamie Randall, who after unsuccessful sex loses the position of sales assistant in a store. The brother of the protagonist of the offer will arrange a pharmaceutical company. Now the new job is to sell as many drugs as possible. Going to the hospital, the protagonist turns a successful deal with the doctor, where they agree on the delivery of a new medicine.

Love and other medicines / Love & Other Drugs (2010)

Genre: drama, romance, comedy
Budget: $30 000 000
Premiere (world): November 4, 2010
Premiere (RF): January 27, 2011, “Twentieth Century Fox CIS”
A country: USA

Movie Rating: 6.793 (46948)
IMDB Rating: 6.70 (127 849)

Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway, Oliver Platt, Hank Azaria, Josh Gad, Gabriel Macht, Judy Greer, George Seagal, Jill Clayburgh, Kate Jennings Grant

Alice in Wonderland (2010)
The life of 19-year-old Alice Kingsley takes an unexpected turn. At the Victorian party, arranged in her honor, Alice makes an offer to Hamish, the rich but stupid son of the Lord and Lady Ascot. Without giving an answer, the girl runs away and goes after the rabbit, noticed by her on the lawn. The rabbit is like a rabbit, only he is dressed in a camisole and is constantly looking at his pocket watch. Alice chases the White Rabbit across the meadow and sees him disappear into the rabbit hole. Then, unexpectedly, Alice falls there herself.

Alice in Wonderland / Alice in Wonderland (2010)

Genre: fantasy, adventure, family
Budget: $200 000 000
Premiere (world): March 3, 2010
Premiere (RF): March 4, 2010, BVSPR Disney 3D
A country: USA

Movie Rating: 7.154 (134981)
IMDB Rating: 6.50 (270 149)

Starring: Johnny Depp, Mia Wasikowska, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Hathaway, Crispin Glover, Matt Lucas, Michael Sheen, Stephen Fry, Alan Rickman, Barbara Windsor

Valentine's Day (2010)
The plot of the film "Valentine's Day" begins at dawn on February 14 on the Day of All Lovers. To the sound of radio waves, all the heroes of the film wake up. Reed wakes up with his lover and makes her an offer to which he receives a positive response. Leading channel 13 is arguing with the producer, because he does not want to go out and interview passersby.Julia wakes up in bed alone, as her second half flew to another city for a complex operation.

Valentine's Day / Valentine's Day (2010)

Genre: melodrama, comedy
Budget: $52 000 000
Premiere (world): February 8, 2010
Premiere (RF): February 11, 2010, Karo Premier
A country: USA

Movie Rating: 6.765 (49932)
IMDB Rating: 5.80 (86 754)

Starring: Ashton Kutcher, Jennifer Garner, Anne Hathaway, Topher Grace, Jamie Foxx, Jessica Beal, Hector Elizondo, Shirley MacLaine, Julia Roberts, Bradley Cooper

Bride Wars (2009)

Genre: melodrama, comedy
Budget: $30 000 000
Premiere (world): January 5, 2009
Premiere (RF): February 26, 2009, Twentieth Century Fox CIS
A country: USA

Movie Rating: 6.754 (52868)
IMDB Rating: 5.40 (69 059)

Starring: Kate Hudson, Anne Hathaway, Brian Greenberg, Chris Pratt, Steve Howe, Candace Bergen, Kristen Johnston, Michael Arden, Victor Slezak, Kelly Coffield

Passengers (2008)
After the plane crash in which the plane crashed, only ten managed to survive. After the first medical aid was provided to the people, a psychologist is taken for the rehabilitation, but in the process, she understands that the opinions of the victims differ greatly on the causes of the disaster. Then she starts her own investigation to get to the bottom of the truth. But the truth is too deeply hidden and smells strongly of mysticism. With one of his patients, the young doctor has a real romance.

Passengers / Passengers (2008)

Genre: thriller
Budget: $25 000 000
Premiere (world): September 26, 2008
A country: USA, Canada

Movie Rating: 6.251 (4832)
IMDB Rating: 5.80 (25 096)

Starring: Anne Hathaway, Patrick Wilson, Andre Broger, Dianne Wiest, David Morse, William B. Davis, Ryan Robbins, Clea DuWall, Don Thompson, Andrew Wheeler

Rachel is getting married (2008)
A drug addict named Kim, after undergoing a course of treatment in a specialized clinic, returns to his hometown. A few days later the wedding of her sister Rachel is to take place and the girl decides to attend the solemn ceremony. But with great difficulty she manages to hide her vexation from the fact that now the attention of all the locals is focused only on her. However, for Rachel, Kim's return is a very difficult event.

Rachel is getting married / Rachel Getting Married (2008)

Genre: drama, romance
Premiere (world): September 3, 2008
A country: USA

Movie Rating: 6.526 (4470)
IMDB Rating: 6.70 (38 997)

Starring: Anne Hathaway, Rosemary DeWitt, Bill Irwin, Tunde Adebimpe, Mather Zichel, Anna Deaver Smith, Debra Winger, Sebastian Stan, Roslyn Ruff, Annali Ashford

Strain your brains (2008)
The best analyst of the American intelligence services CONTROL Maxwell Smart dreams of being like his idol, agent 23, and becoming, like him, the agency's best operative. Having successfully passed all the exams, Maxwell was still not transferred to the operatives, because the Chef CONTROL does not want to lose such a valuable analyst. However, unexpectedly, their worst enemy attacked the headquarters of CONTROL - the terrorist organization CHAOS. All the special services operatives were exposed.

Get Smart / Get Smart (2008)

Genre: Action, Thriller, Romance, Comedy, Adventure
Budget: $80 000 000
Premiere (world): June 19, 2008
Premiere (RF): July 17, 2008, Karo Premier
A country: USA, Canada

Movie Rating: 6.854 (27345)
IMDB Rating: 6.50 (155 466)

Starring: Steve Carell, Anne Hathaway, Alan Arkin, Duane Johnson, Terence Stamp, Terry Crews, David Cochner, Masi Oka, Nate Torrens, James Caan

Jane Austen (2006)
Jane Austen believes in love, and her parents want her to marry according to the calculation: in England in 1795, a young woman had no other choice. However, when twenty-year-old Jane met the charming young Irishman Tom Lefroy, his mind and audacity ignited her curiosity, and the whole world flew somersaults. Will Jane be able to reject Lady Grisha’s nephew’s wooing, go against the will of her parents and challenge the social foundations?

Jane Austen / Becoming Jane (2006)

Genre: drama, romance, biography
Budget: $16 500 000
Premiere (world): March 2, 2007
Premiere (RF): October 4, 2007, Central Partnership
A country: UK, Ireland

Movie Rating: 7.900 (37584)
IMDB Rating: 7.10 (40 043)

Starring: Anne Hathaway, James McAvoy, Julie Walters, James Cromwell, Maggie Smith, Anna Maxwell Martin, Lucy Kohu, Lawrence Fox, Ian Richardson, Joe Anderson

The Devil Wears Prada (2006)
Andrea is an ordinary girl from a provincial town, she always achieved success in her studies with her work and mind. After a successful graduation from university, she is in a mess, a prestigious and well-paid job is not found, but only to go where she does not want. As a result, accidentally finding an ad about finding a assistant for a manager, she enthusiastically goes to the agency. As it turned out she needed a referent girl for Miranda Priestley herself.

The Devil Wears Prada / The Devil Wears Prada (2006)

Genre: drama, romance, comedy
Budget: $35 000 000
Premiere (world): June 29, 2006
Premiere (RF): October 5, 2006, Gemini Kinomir
A country: USA, France

Movie Rating: 7.452 (92423)
IMDB Rating: 6.80 (249 439)

Starring: Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, Emily Blunt, Stanley Tucci, Simon Baker, Adrian Grenier, Tracy Toms, Rich Sommer, Daniel Sunjata, David Marshall Grant

Brokeback Mountain (2005)
Summary of the film. Against the backdrop of the picturesque expanses of Wyoming, an elegant romantic story unfolds about the complex relationship between two young people - the assistant to the owner of a ranch and a rodeo cowboy. Quite by chance, on a hot summer day, the heroes meet and soon realize that now they cannot live a day without each other. Fate stubbornly tests their strength. However, common difficulties make their relationships even more penetrating.

Brokeback Mountain (2005)

Genre: drama, romance
Budget: $14 000 000
Premiere (world): September 2, 2005
Premiere (RF): March 16, 2006, "Paradise"
A country: USA, Canada

Movie Rating: 7.543 (63514)
IMDB Rating: 7.70 (235 949)

Starring: Heath Ledger, Jake Gyllenhaal, Randy Quaid, Michelle Williams, Anne Hathaway, Linda Cardellini, Anne Faris, David Harbor, Kate Mara, Graeme Beckel

Crazy (2005)
A group of schoolchildren travels to poor neighborhoods inhabited by Latin Americans to get a portion of drugs. Toby buys a dose from a guy named Hector, but deciding that he is underweight in the package, he chases. A dispute broke out after which Hector beat Toby, to which Toby's girlfriend Allison witnessed. After a while, Allison and her friends once again come to this quarter, where Hector invites them to a party, later he informs them that now they can visit the hotel where their company is going.

Crazy / Havoc (2005)

Genre: thriller, drama, crime
Budget: $9 000 000
Premiere (world): June 26, 2005
Premiere (RF): October 13, 2005, West
A country: USA, Germany

Movie Rating: 6.489 (7143)
IMDB Rating: 5.50 (14 891)

Starring: Anne Hathaway, Bijou Phillips, Freddie Rodriguez, Shiri Appleby, Michael Bean, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Matthew O’Leary, Laura San Giacomo, Mike Vogel, Raymond Cruz

Princess Diaries 2: How to become a queen (2004)
More recently, Mia Thermopolis was an ordinary American schoolgirl, which her classmates considered a "gray mouse." And suddenly a small family secret is revealed, and the girl finds out that she is the daughter of the king of a European country. And therefore - the most real princess! Now Mia, under the strict guidance of her new grandmother Clarissa, is mastering the science of being a princess. Study goes tight.

Princess Diaries 2: How to become a queen / The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004)

Genre: romance, comedy, family
Budget: $40 000 000
Premiere (world): August 7, 2004
Premiere (RF): October 28, 2004, Cascade
A country: USA

Movie Rating: 6.805 (22014)
IMDB Rating: 5.60 (44 217)

Starring: Anne Hathaway, Julie Andrews, Hector Elizondo, John Rhys-Davis, Heather Matarazzo, Chris Pine, Callum Blue, Kathleen Marshall, Tom Poston, Joel McCrai

The enchanted Ella (2004)
While still a child, Ella was enchanted. The Cross Fairy gave the girl the gift of obedience, which eventually turned into a curse. Now she will do everything that they ask her, whoever it is. Her stepbrothers, the wicked and cunning Hattie and Olivia, enjoy this. Growing up, she decides to go in search of Lucinda's fairy godmother, who can free her from these spells. On her journey, she will meet elves, orcs and giants who will disturb her.

Enchanted Ella / Ella Enchanted (2004)

Genre: fantasy, romance, comedy, family
Budget: $31 000 000
Premiere (world): April 9, 2004
Premiere (RF): July 29, 2004, West
A country: USA, Ireland, United Kingdom

Movie Rating: 6.755 (26731)
IMDB Rating: 6.30 (40 913)

Starring: Anne Hathaway, Hugh Dancy, Carey Elvis, Aidan McArdle, Joanna Lumley, Lucy Punch, Jennifer Higham, Minnie Driver, Eric Idle, Steve Coogan

Nicholas Nickleby (2002)
The film is based on the works of Charles Dickens. The film takes place in the XIX century in England. The protagonist Nicholas Niklbi, like his family, was accustomed to live in a big way, without denying himself anything. This continued until the father of the family died, leaving the family without funds. Nicholas, along with his sister and mother, moved to London and settled with Uncle Ralph. Soon they discover that the uncle does not have good feelings towards them at all, but on the contrary, does everything to sever this family.

Nicholas Nickleby (2002)

Genre: drama, romance
Budget: $10 000 000
Premiere (world): December 27, 2002
A country: UK, USA

Movie Rating: 7.191 (1222)
IMDB Rating: 7.30 (8788)

Starring: Jamie Bell, Jim Broadbent, Tom Courtney, Alan Cumming, Edward Fox, Romola Garay, Anne Hathaway, Barry Humphries, Charlie Hannam, Nathan Lane

Eye of the Storm (2001)
A simple country boy, John Groberg, played by Christopher Gorham, crosses the ocean and becomes a missionary in the distant and exotic Tongan Islands. Behind his back, he leaves his family and the true love of his life, Jean, whose letters support his spirit in difficult times. John has to overcome the language barrier, psychological barriers and deep suspicions in order to win the trust and love of the Tongan people whom he came to serve.

The Other Side of Heaven (2001)

Genre: drama, adventure, biography
Budget: $7 000 000
Premiere (world): December 14, 2001
A country: USA

Movie Rating: 6.559 (523)
IMDB Rating: 6.50 (2961)

Starring: Christopher Goram, Anne Hathaway, Joe Folau, Nathaniel Lees, Miriam Smith, Alvin Fitsemanu, Peter Sa’ena-Brown, Whethu Fala, Epi McKinley, Packie Cherrington

How to become a princess (2001)
Mia, fifteen, lives in San Francisco and leads a normal American teenage life. But her father is dying, and Mia finds out that he was the prince of one European country, and now she is the only heir to the throne. Her grandmother, the queen, arrives in California to tell Mia about her background and find out if she will accept the throne. She wants to make Mia a real princess by teaching etiquette and manners. By her sixteenth birthday, the girl must decide whether to go to Europe to rule the country, or to stay with her mother in San Francisco, leading the ordinary life of an American teenager.

How to become a princess / The Princess Diaries (2001)

Genre: drama, comedy, family
Budget: $26 000 000
Premiere (world): July 29, 2001
Premiere (RF): January 3, 2002, Cascade
A country: USA

Movie Rating: 7.106 (33090)
IMDB Rating: 6.20 (78 619)

Starring: Anne Hathaway, Julie Andrews, Hector Elizondo, Heather Matarazzo, Mandy Moore, Caroline Goodall, Robert Schwartzman, Eric von Detten, Patrick Weathervane, Sean O’Brien

"Brokeback Mountain"

(Brokeback Mountain), 2005

In fact, the first “adult” role of Hathaway (famous for the Disney hit “How to become a princess”) could hardly produce more resonance. Succeeding in the box office and winning all the prizes in the world (except for the main Oscar - which the Academy did not forgive many to this day), the drama Ang Lee made Oscar nominees for three of the actors who starred in it, and although Ann was the fourth most dramatic talent it was first noticed because of “Brokeback Mountain”. By the way, to get the role of the rodeo queen, Hathaway had to deceive the director, who believed that Anne knew how to ride a horse.

"The Devil Wears Prada"

(The Devil Wears Prada), 2006

Just six months later, Hathaway's resume was replenished with an even louder hit - a romantic comedy about a young journalist who moved to New York and settled into a fashion magazine - a personal assistant to the editor-in-chief (Meryl Streep) with a reputation for a despot. “The devil wears Prada - another personal triumph for the Strip (who managed to play for the Oscar nomination on duty even in a rather mediocre romcom), but he remembered stories as ungrateful roles of yesterday's debutantes, Hathaway and Emily Blunt.

"Rachel is getting married"

(Rachel Getting Married), 2008

Undoubtedly, Ann’s best role remains her heartbreaking entry in Jonathan Demme’s family drama. Playing a walking catastrophe, in one form of which those around noticeably tense up, Hathaway does not smooth out sharp corners, appearing to be tedious and challengingly unpleasant, sometimes vulnerable and unobtrusively attractive, but always interesting heroine. Anne was nominated for an Oscar for her work in the brilliant acting ensemble “Rachel Is Getting Married”, and the film was largely due to the results of the year for most authoritative Top-10.

"Love and other medicines"

(Love & Other Drugs), 2010

With Jake Gyllenhaal, her screen mate from Brokeback Mountain, Hathaway reunited in this charming romantic tragicomedy about a drug dealer (ranging from antidepressants to Viagra) and a girl with Parkinson's. Having spent a significant part of her role at least topless, the actress was rewarded for her courage by nominating for Golden Globe, and although the social commentary conceived by director Edward Zwick didn’t work out for him, the chemistry of Hathaway and Jillenhall is obvious - and the film generally saves.

"The Dark Knight: Revival of the Legend"

(The Dark Knight Rises), 2012

At about the same time, six years ago, Ann began to master large-caliber audiences: first as the good queen in Tim Burton’s billion-dollar Alice in Wonderland, then as part of the tragicomic tandem of the Oscar ceremony (for a couple with James Franco) and finally , filming at the most successful of modern Hollywood visionaries. Her Selina Kyle embellished the final part of the Dark Knight's trilogy (which bypassed Alice in the ranking of the highest-grossing films with Anne) and persuaded Christopher Nolan to remove Hathaway also in Interstellar.


(Les Misérables), 2012

Fifty nominations and over thirty prizes (including the coveted “Oscar”) brought Hathaway a second-rate role for the suffering of Fantine in a very long and sober - but again very successful - musical by Tom Hooper. At the same time, almost all of this role fit into a single musical number - the five-minute song “I Dreamed a Dream”, which proved that the years of vocal training (in “Enchanted Ella”, “Rio” and somewhere else) were not in vain. Like childhood memories - when Ann was six, she watched with wide eyes as the role of Fantine was played in the theater by her mother.

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