Anne Hathaway apologizes for Oscars dress
Anne Hathaway, winner the Oscar for best actress for her role in “Les Miserables,” apologized for changing her dress for the ceremony of the Academy Awards.
She said he planned to use one of the signatures Prada instead she used a Valentino because she learned that another actress would use one as the dress she thought.
Finally she wore a Prada pink gown, high backless garment that, despite great physical body of the actress, was not to everyone’s taste. Social networks echoed the marks on his chest that were on the suit, one of the most talked about of the night of the Oscars.
“It was a last minute decision and I thought the best option was to change my plans,” said the actress.
He also stated that it was an honor to wear a Valentino at the ceremony by her relationship with the Italian house in 2012 dressed for her wedding to Adam Shulman.
Anne Hathaway onstage speech
It came true. Thank you so much to the Academy for this and for nominating me with Helen Hunt, Jacki Weaver, Amy Adams and Sally Field. I look up to you all so much and it’s just been such an honor. Thank you. There are so many people whose generosity and support is the reason I’m standing here right now. I must thank Hugh Jackman. Hugh, you’re the best. The cast, the crew, especially Simon Hayes and the sound wizards. Congratulations on tonight, you guys.
The creative team behind Les Miserables, Cameron Mackintosh, Tom Hooper, from Working Title Eric Fellner, Tim Bevan, Debra Hayward. And from Universal, Ron Meyer, Donna Langley, and Adam Fogelson. Thank you guys for your faith and thank you for this opportunity. I have to thank my team—led by the lionhearted Suzan Bymel. Josh Lieberman, Mick Sullivan, Maha Dakhil… Please say I just said everyone. Josh Lieberman again, just to be safe. Stephen Huvane, Jason Sloane and special contributions by Frank Selvaggi and Kerry Wagner.
I want to thank my friends, especially the ones who are cheering from Crosby Street tonight. My family, who I’m so blessed to be a part of. My husband. By far and away, the greatest moment of my life is the one when you walked into it. I love you so much. And thank you for this. Here’s hoping that someday in the not too distant future the misfortunes of Fantine will only be found in stories and never in real life. Thank you
Can you tell us how he inspired you in this film?
Anne Hathaway responded, Oh, my goodness. Well, Tom Hooper, our director, has gone on record as saying this film wouldn’t have happened if Hugh Jackman didn’t exist. And I know exactly why he says that. Hugh is this magical alien combination of strength and soul and heart and artistry and fun. And if you think about it, I mean, not to get serious, but we do live in a world that can tend toward the cynical, and to have someone in a film like this where it’s inherent to the film’s success that you believe in the goodness of the central character, and that someone like Hugh exists who has that goodness within him, it made the film soar. And we all knew that and, I mean, we are not coal miners. It wasn’t hard work, but you know, it was challenging. And we looked to him every day and to his strength and to his indefatigable spirit. He never complained once. He did as many takes as need be, and he was absolutely our rock and our inspiration through everything and to me personally.