Anne Hathaway, who’s part of Ocean’s 8, says her persona can be an ‘awful’
actor who’s packed with herself and doesn’t value what people think about her.
Anne Hathaway said she did not draw ideas from anyone in true to life to learn the part.
Anne Hathaway has described her personality in Ocean’s 8 as that of an “awful” acting professional, someone she’d have turned into had she used fame too significantly.
The 35-year-old actor actors in the spin-off of Steven Soderbergh’s The Oceans Trilogy, alongside Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Awkwafina, Rihanna and Helena Bonham Carter.
“She’s called Daphne Kluger, she’s an actress and — well, she’s dreadful. She’s received two Academy Prizes and seven Golden Globes, she has two ex-husbands.
“She’s very, very full of herself and doesn’t care in the least in what people think about her because she doesn’t care about other folks,” Hathaway informed HELLO! magazine.
Asked if she drew inspiration from someone in real life to experience the part, the professional said, “Not really. It was just a concept I had about how I would have been if, at the start of my profession, I’d taken fame very critically.”
“And what would have happened if I’d cared about myself more than I care about other people,” she added.
Talking about the Gary Ross-directed film, which has an all-female solid, Hathaway said she made a great deal of friends on the set.
“We became very good friends. I truly love those women. Obviously I’ve seen folks behave badly in my life, but I’ve seen more folks behave terribly in real life than on place.
“If you behave like this you probably won’t have a very long career anyways, because at a certain point people can make who they work with and the majority of the folks who are at the very top are lovely,” she said.