Anne Hathaway tells critics ‘shut up!“
The Oscar winner revealed on Sunday that she was told her acting career would be over before she turned 40.
“When I first started [in this industry] As a kid, I was warned that my career would hit a cliff by the age of 35, which I know is a problem faced by many women,” Hathaway, 41, told me Porter’s November cover story“Things that evolved in this process [that time] More and more women are integrating careers into their lives, which I think is fantastic. “
“Obviously, that doesn’t mean we should have a ribbon parade — someone said to me the other day, ‘There’s so much to be proud of and so much that needs to be addressed,'” she continued.
in previous interviews peopleHathaway said the word “aging” is “just another word for life.”
“How you handle it from that point on is personal and up to you. I feel great — I feel better than I did in my twenties because I’m taking better care of myself,” the star told in 2022 media.
The “Alice in Wonderland” star said she gave up drinking in her 30s because she “just couldn’t do it anymore.” Now in her 40s, she’s hoping to adopt a “different approach to nutrition.” Come and “support” yourself.
“I want to go back and talk to my 25-year-old self, and she felt like she didn’t have to do anything but say, ‘Oh, honey, honey, there’s a whole different world out there, and it tastes just like avocado,’ ” she laughed.
The “Princess Diaries” star said her current goal is to make her career an “ultramarathon.”
“I’ve always been very honest about myself as an ambitious person,” the “Devil Wears Prada” star told Porter. “I have goals, I have dreams; they don’t look that much different than when I was a kid.” ” [younger], but I’m still pursuing them. “
After winning an Oscar in 2013 for “Les Misérables,” the actress Criticized for taking work too seriously And how open she is to her desire to succeed.
“Funny feels more dangerous than sincere because I think my sense of humor is different than what people think my sense of humor is; I think it’s easily misunderstood and more edgy,” she said. I feel extra pressure to make sure I know what I say and how I say it because I trust my sincerity. “
According to Hathaway, she has learned how to keep her work and personal life separate.
“I think this is not only for mine Health – I’m part of a team, this is my family, it’s not just about me,” the “Ella” star said. “My family has needs, and one of the needs of the children is that they need to be able to define their own lives.”
Hathaway, who has sons Jonathan, 7, and Jack, 4, with husband Adam Shulman, said she doesn’t attribute her family’s success solely to her acting career.
“I don’t even think of connecting the two,” she noted, “except out of gratitude that they serve each other so perfectly. But they serve each other through me, not through a space outside of me.”