Awards season is upon us, and one of the acting frontrunners is Anne Hathaway, who gives an inspired performance as doomed street walker Fantine in Les Miserables. Her teary eyed rendition of “I Dreamed a Dream” is one of the movie’s many highlights, and it’s the type of performance that should net her a Best Supporting Actress Oscar. Since she’s an Oscar nomination vet (for 2008’s Rachel Getting Married), Hathaway should be more than ready to do the plethora of publicity that goes along with being part of the awards circus.
During the press conference for Les Miserables, Hathaway elaborated on how she stepped “into the reality” of Fantine, as she admits that Fantine’s pain “still lives in this world.” To hear Anne Hathaway, click on the media bar below:
Since its Christmas Day release, Les Miserables has taken in over $67 million domestically.
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