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covers the with art direction by Matt Brook. Anne always looks amazing on covers,hopefully we get bigger scans soon
with Lady Peep Spikes for Elle UK December 2010
It’s hard not to fall for’s charms. She’s the A-list movie star you can actually imagine being friends with. We’ve watched the Brooklyn-born actress transform from gawky teenager to sophisticated beauty on the big screen. We cheered when she defied the formidable Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada and cried watching her portray a broken woman in Rachel Getting Married. Acting talents aside, Anne is also Hollywood’s good girl – smart, charming and completely endearing. In her new film Love and Other Drugs she shares the screen with friend and former Brokeback Mountain co-star, Jake Gyllenhaal. Jealous, us? She’s also bagged the role as the lovable Emma in the screen adaptation of David Nicholls’s smash hit, One Day, which reaches screens later next year. Between her busy filming schedule, Anne shares her time between LA and New York and still has time for love with fellow actor, Adam Shulman. Who says nice girls finish last?
In the ubiquitous gold Balmain dress and Lady Peep Spikes, Anne Hathaway appears fierce, but at the same time very vulnerable on the cover of ElleUK’s December 2010 issue. Photographed by , her teased tresses and brooding eye make-up demonstrate her seemingly endless versatility going from feminine on the cover of November’s Vogue US issue compared to her strikingly stunning pose’s exhibited here.
It’s 6pm on a rainy summer evening. ELLE features director, Alice Wignall, is sitting in a quiet corner of The Drapers Arms in London’s Islington, having a glass of red wine with Anne. Ordinary setting, extraordinary company. Dressed head to toe in black, Hathaway is fresh from her ELLE shoot and still has the remnants of the dark eye make-up to prove it. After a second glass of wine, dinner (Anne has the mushroom and lentil salad) and three hours of engaging conversation, our cover girl sets off into the grey, rainy London night. Just the end to another day in the life of a Hollywood movie star.
In her words
Anne on nudity: ‘My mom sat me down the other day. I could tell she wanted to talk about something and then she said, “So, Love and Other Drugs…” And I’m like, “Yes?” And she goes, “How much nudity? How much sex?” And I’m like, “Mom – it’s a lot.”
On what bothers her: ‘I have the same worries as my friends: “How do I fill up my days?”, “Who am I?”, “What is love?” Questions you’re supposed to be asking at this age. I’m where I should be in many ways and I wouldn’t change that.’
On feeling lucky: ‘It’s a lot of pressure to get it right, as I’ve been handed extraordinary opportunities. There’s a line in The Devil Wears Prada that keeps popping into my mind, which is, “A million girls would kill for this job.” That’s my life, you know?’
On being skinny: ‘I’ve hit the point in my life where I understand that being skinny is not sustainable, and nor is it advisable, and nor is it enjoyable.’
Read the full Anne Hathaway interview in December ELLE out Wednesday 10 November 2010.