Anne Hathaway gains serious weight and dyes hair red
The Oscar-winning actress looks so different now that she is filming scenes for a new movie, that she is almost unrecognizable.
The renowned actress Anne Hathaway, who had her first Hollywood role in The Princess Diaries in 2001, has never strayed too far from her iconic shiny chestnut brown color and lush locks until now.
According to Daily Mail, on the set of her new film, Netflix original The Last Thing He Wanted in Puerto Rico, the 35-year-old actress revealed a new shoulder-length chop and dramatic red color transformation.
Hathaway stars as a former journalist who becomes 'an arms dealer for a covert government agency, and she sure looked undercover when she was seen filming scenes with red hair on Monday in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The film is based on the Joan Didion novel, published in 1996, but set in 1984. Dee Rees, the woman behind the Oscar-nominated film Mudbound, will direct, produce, and co-write the movie
Anne Hathaway debuts red hair as she films a movie in Puerto Rico https://t.co/BCaHGkjviv— Daily Mail Celebrity (@DailyMailCeleb) July 3, 2018
It’s been a busy year for Anne as she also starred in the recently released film Ocean’s 8 alongside Rihanna, Sandra Bullock, Dakota Fanning, Cate Blanchett, and Sarah Paulson. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa
While filming, Anne revealed Rihanna complimented her ass. “After I had my son (Jonathan Rosebanks Shulman), the weight was really slow to come off and I was a different size than I normally am,” told the actress.
“And director Gary Ross told me, ‘That’s great, we have eight women in this movie and need to have as many body types as we can,” she added.
“I walked on set and I’m in my jeans and I’ve done my best and I’m gonna love myself no matter what,” Anne continued.
That’s when she said Rihanna yelled, “Damn girl, you got an ass!” We can agree that a compliment from Rihanna would brighten anyone’s day.
Nevertheless, we can’t wait for seeing Anne in her new role. She’s an inspiration to everyone when it comes to never let anyone rain on your parade.