Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Anne Hathaway on the June 2018 Cover of Glamour Magazine

Anne Hathaway has been hard at work promoting 'Ocean's 8' and she is also the June 2018 cover star of Glamour magazine. On the cover which was shot by Billy Kidd, Anne is wearing a LACOSTE SPRING 2018 dress, a ROCKINS scarf and CELINE hoop. In the issue, she talks being a angry person, her film career, motherhood and so much more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. For more on Anne's feature, visit Glamour.com and pick up a copy on newsstand. 

Louis Vuitton sleeveless jacket, dress, shoes. Juicy by Juicy Couture pants,Ben-Amun by Isaac Manevitz earring and a Aurélie Bidermann ring.

On who she is as a person:
I’m interested in living a very honest life. I don’t know if that makes me a boring person. I don’t really care if it does. It would be easier if I was better at being misleading or sneaky. I know how all that stuff works. I’m not a naive idiot. I know if I was a little bit mean to everybody, people would be like, ‘Oh, she’s fun. I like her. Come have a drink.’ And I’m just like, ‘Can we have a drink and not try to tear each other apart?'

On owning her truth:
When I was a teenager and life was starting to happen, my dad said to me: ‘Three promises. Don’t get a tattoo until you’re 23. Don’t get into motorcycles’—we have a family history of motorcycle accidents—‘and don’t lie. I took that in really, really deep. 

On motherhood:
How Johnny is going to feel about himself will have so much to do with how I feel about myself in front of him. If I’m feeling insecure, I am very careful that I don’t show that. But I also work really hard to acknowledge that place, give room for that place, and then release myself from that place. I’m more loving now, and that includes toward myself.

On doing more than 35 films:
I was very deliberately, in my twenties, trying to do as many different types of roles as I could with different directors, just to become a better actress. If there was a goal, it was always to just play parts until people were like, ‘Oh, she can pull that off. I’ve had a 20-year career and I’ve had some really, really bad experiences but I’ve had a lot of great ones too—with members of both genders. While they do not begin to approach the atrocious, galling stories others have shared in recent months, I have had negative on-set experiences, some of a sexual nature. Some are from the beginning of my career, some are more recent—all are unacceptable.

On getting pissed off at times:
I have a history with rage. I used to do this thing where I was like, ‘I’m nice 29 days out of 30, and then I give myself complete permission to be a bitch to anyone, about anything.’ I realized that if I could actually move away from the judgment and deal with my emotions in the moment, I didn’t actually need the extra day. Rage doesn’t lead you to a place of peace. And for me the goal is not happiness. The goal is peace.

Levi’s Limited jacket. Valentino dress. Céline hoop, Eye M by Ileana Makri ring, Volcom socks, Ash sneakers.

Credit: Glamour

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