On January 12, the actress attended the famous American program "The Tonight Show," hosted by Jimmy Fallon, in which she spoke about her latest film, "Locked Down." During the interview, the interpreter surprised all viewers by revealing something that she had never told before.
Anne Hathaway is one of the most recognized actresses in American cinema, winning the Oscar, the Golden Globe, the BAFTA and the SAG for Best Supporting Actress for her recital in 'Les Misérables'.
On this occasion, the actress was the protagonist of the program 'The Tonight Show', which is presented by Jimmy Fallon, where she appeared through a webcam due to mobility restrictions due to the coronavirus.
Anne Hathaway came as a guest to the program to talk about her latest film, 'Locked Down', but she decided to start her interview with great force, revealing a new fact about her life.
Hates his name
The 38-year-old actress confessed that she does not like being called "Anne", to which Jimmy Fallon commented "I've known you for a pretty long time now. I've heard people call you Annie, like your good friends. Do I call you Anne or Annie? ". To which Hathaway said "Call me Annie! Everyone, everyone, call me Annie, please!" "Can we talk about my name for a moment? Let's open the drawer," said the actress.
Anne explained that she is still recognized by the name "Anne" in all credits, and that her story goes back to when she was 14 years old, when she got her Screen Actors Guild card.
"They asked me, 'What do you want your name to be?' And I'm like, well, it should be my name. My name's Anne Hathaway, "she said. "And so that seemed like the right choice. But it never occurred to me that for the rest of my life people would call me Anne." said Anne Hathaway.
Only one person calls him that
The actress also said that the only person in the world who calls her Anne is her mother in her angry moments and added that every time she goes out in public and someone calls her "Anne" she thinks they are going to yell at her or something.
In addition, she has said that she has not had problems with her filming partners, as they found ways to call her, such as Miss H and Hath. For his part, Jimmy Fallon, laughing, told him that he still prefers to be called Mia Thermopolis, which is the name with which he rose to fame in the 2000s, with 'Princess Diaries'. "Call me anything but Anne," concluded the actress.