Anne Hathaway’s career was once predicted to have a short half-life. She started out as a child actress and was predicted that her career would end at the age of 35. The 41-year-old Oscar winner revealed this in an interview with “Porter” magazine. Hathaway explained that many of her colleagues in the industry have had similar experiences of being out of demand after a certain age. However, since she received this warning, the situation has improved.
Anne Hathaway at 40: A look back at her career
Now in her early 40s, Anne Hathaway is still in business. Even if they are no longer the really big films like they were at the height of their career in the 00s. In 2001, Hathaway became a star with her first film role, as Mia Thermopolis in “Suddenly Princess.”
The breakthrough was followed by appearances in hits such as “Brokeback Mountain” and “The Devil Wears Prada”. After her first Oscar nomination for “Rachel’s Wedding” (2008), she won the Golden Boy in 2012 for her supporting role in the musical “Les Misérables”.
The change from “Hathahate” to “Hathaissance”
This success marked a turning point in Hathaway’s career. Suddenly it was fashionable to hate the actress: she was too ambitious and too concerned with perfection. The catchphrase “Hathahate” made the rounds.
In recent years, however, there has been talk of a “Hathaissance”. Hathaway is popular with Generation Z, albeit more as a fashion icon. On Halloween 2022, costumes from “Suddenly Princess” and “The Devil Wears Prada” were a big thing on TikTok and Co.