Anne Hathaway praises her cast and director William Oldroyd at the Sundance premiere of Eileen

Anne Hathaway praises the cast and director William Oldroyd at the Sundance premiere of her new film Eileen.

The 40-year-old actress started acting as a teenager, first appearing in the short-lived TV series Get Real in 1998 before making her feature film debut with 2001’s The Princess Diaries, with Hathaway currently prepping Princess Diaries 3 adding recently how ‘thrilled’ she is that fans are excited about it.

The actress was at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah participating in a Q&A after the premiere of her new film Eileen, and revealing why she wanted to work with director William Oldroyd. Anne Hathaway praises the cast and director William Oldroyd at the Sundance premiere of her new film Eileen.

The 40-year-old actress started acting as a teenager, first appearing in the short-lived TV series Get Real in 1998 before making her feature film debut with 2001’s The Princess Diaries, with Hathaway currently prepping Princess Diaries 3 adding recently how ‘thrilled’ she is that fans are excited about it.

The actress was at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah participating in a Q&A after the premiere of her new film Eileen, and revealing why she wanted to work with director William Oldroyd

Anne Hathaway is opening up about one of the first questions she was asked by movie press when she was just 16 years of age.

The 40-year-old actress started acting as a teenager, first appearing in the short-lived TV series Get Real in 1998 before making her feature film debut with 2001’s The Princess Diaries, with Hathaway currently prepping Princess Diaries 3 adding recently how ‘thrilled’ she is that fans are excited about it.

‘I’m really proud to be in this movie so thank you everyone so so very much. I wanted to work with Will after seeing Lady Macbeth. It was an extraordinary piece of work in which I saw complex… sometimes you say words and you don’t know if you’re going to regret it afterwards so if this turns into an annoying headline later I’m really sorry,’ Hathaway added as the crowd laughed.

‘I thought it was extraordinary work. I saw a study of female complication that hit me really, really deep, and I felt like Will was a filmmaker that could be trusted to tell complicated stories, especially about females,’ she added.

That meant a great deal to me because I just remembered one of the very first questions I ever got asked when I started acting work, which meant, you know, when I had to do press, was, “Are you a good girl or a bad girl?”‘ she said, as the crowd audibly gasped.

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