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The 'Les Misérables' actor surfaces after her reported 500-calorie-a-day diet

How far would you go for an opportunity? As far as to practically starve?

For actor Anne Hathaway, the answer is yes. After scoring the potentially Oscar-worthy role of Fantine in the classic Les Misérables, the loveable starlet vowed to shed 16 pounds and chop off her gorgeous brown tresses for the role.

So what's the story? Well, her character Fantine is a prostitute suffering from a terminal case of tuberculosis who has to sell her hair to provide for her daughter, Cosette, in 19th-century France.

It's not unusual for actors to shed weight for roles, like Christian Bale, who lost an enormous amount of weight on multiple occasions for various roles, as well as others like Edward Norton, Emily Blunt, Natalie Portman, and the late Heath Ledger. All may have taken their past roles a little too seriously, but won praise for it from critics and especially during awards season.

Let it be known that while rapid weight loss may be common in the movie world, it's best not to try it at home.


How the World Learned to Hate Anne

Do you remember when Anne Hathaway was a golden girl? When she was an ugly duckling-turned-swan in The Princess Diaries, and everybody's hair icon in The Devil Wears Prada? Back when we even tolerated her in The Dark Knight Rises, despite the controversy surrounding her casting, because she gave a solid performance and didn't completely send Eartha Kitt rolling in her grave? So what happened? How did this Oscar-winning, Prada-wearing, smile-having starlet earn the title of 2013's most annoying actress, usurping the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow? What's feeding the "Hathahaters"?

The answer isn't easy. In 2013, Anne Hathaway revealed what some deemed her true toothy, false, pretentious self in a serious of unfortunate moments that cemented her status as Intolerable Hathaway. And, in doing so, this talented, beautiful actress managed to alienate nearly every living person living on earth (except Oscar voters, apparently). So let us trace Mrs. Hathaway's fall from grace, shall we? The whole Anne Hathaway hating crisis started when.

She Weighed in on Her Performance as Fantine

In December of 2012, the porcelain-skinned lady told MTV that when she watched herself play Fantine in Les Miserables, she cried. Of course, she immediately realized how terrible that sounded, so she attempted a save.

Unfortunately, most continued to see Hathaway's comment as a veiled way to prop up her own performance.

Then She Complained About Having to Lose Weight

All. The. Time. We get it — the whole weight loss thing was hard. But unlike other actors, who have brought up the process and, in turn, criticized the industry for the pressure of method acting, Hathaway played fragile. (Perhaps Hathaway's Fantine method work continued post-production?) She even admitted to The Los Angeles Times that her director felt she took it too far.

Tom didn't like what I was doing, but he understood why I was doing it. No one liked what I was doing. By the end, people were hugging me and they would get emotional because I felt so frail.

Actually, That Whole Los Angeles Times Interview Didn't Help Her

In fact, it perfectly encapsulated her word vomit problem. Of her performance of Fantine, she said:

To boot, when asked how she felt about her performance she simply said, "Eh." That's after already admitting she was moved to tears while watching it.

And Then There Was the Matter of Her Pixie Haircut

Technically, Hathaway had been sporting the pixie for a good while before the rage over it really began brewing in early January. It's not that everyone hates short hair – Charlize Theron, Halle Berry, and even Edie Falco get major praise for theirs – it's her short hair. That's right, even Hathaway's hair stirred up emotion in the Hathahaters. Why? Perhaps it was just too polished and prim, much like the actress circa Oscar season herself.


How the World Learned to Hate Anne

Do you remember when Anne Hathaway was a golden girl? When she was an ugly duckling-turned-swan in The Princess Diaries, and everybody's hair icon in The Devil Wears Prada? Back when we even tolerated her in The Dark Knight Rises, despite the controversy surrounding her casting, because she gave a solid performance and didn't completely send Eartha Kitt rolling in her grave? So what happened? How did this Oscar-winning, Prada-wearing, smile-having starlet earn the title of 2013's most annoying actress, usurping the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow? What's feeding the "Hathahaters"?

The answer isn't easy. In 2013, Anne Hathaway revealed what some deemed her true toothy, false, pretentious self in a serious of unfortunate moments that cemented her status as Intolerable Hathaway. And, in doing so, this talented, beautiful actress managed to alienate nearly every living person living on earth (except Oscar voters, apparently). So let us trace Mrs. Hathaway's fall from grace, shall we? The whole Anne Hathaway hating crisis started when.

She Weighed in on Her Performance as Fantine

In December of 2012, the porcelain-skinned lady told MTV that when she watched herself play Fantine in Les Miserables, she cried. Of course, she immediately realized how terrible that sounded, so she attempted a save.

Unfortunately, most continued to see Hathaway's comment as a veiled way to prop up her own performance.

Then She Complained About Having to Lose Weight

All. The. Time. We get it — the whole weight loss thing was hard. But unlike other actors, who have brought up the process and, in turn, criticized the industry for the pressure of method acting, Hathaway played fragile. (Perhaps Hathaway's Fantine method work continued post-production?) She even admitted to The Los Angeles Times that her director felt she took it too far.

Tom didn't like what I was doing, but he understood why I was doing it. No one liked what I was doing. By the end, people were hugging me and they would get emotional because I felt so frail.

Actually, That Whole Los Angeles Times Interview Didn't Help Her

In fact, it perfectly encapsulated her word vomit problem. Of her performance of Fantine, she said:

To boot, when asked how she felt about her performance she simply said, "Eh." That's after already admitting she was moved to tears while watching it.

And Then There Was the Matter of Her Pixie Haircut

Technically, Hathaway had been sporting the pixie for a good while before the rage over it really began brewing in early January. It's not that everyone hates short hair – Charlize Theron, Halle Berry, and even Edie Falco get major praise for theirs – it's her short hair. That's right, even Hathaway's hair stirred up emotion in the Hathahaters. Why? Perhaps it was just too polished and prim, much like the actress circa Oscar season herself.


How the World Learned to Hate Anne

Do you remember when Anne Hathaway was a golden girl? When she was an ugly duckling-turned-swan in The Princess Diaries, and everybody's hair icon in The Devil Wears Prada? Back when we even tolerated her in The Dark Knight Rises, despite the controversy surrounding her casting, because she gave a solid performance and didn't completely send Eartha Kitt rolling in her grave? So what happened? How did this Oscar-winning, Prada-wearing, smile-having starlet earn the title of 2013's most annoying actress, usurping the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow? What's feeding the "Hathahaters"?

The answer isn't easy. In 2013, Anne Hathaway revealed what some deemed her true toothy, false, pretentious self in a serious of unfortunate moments that cemented her status as Intolerable Hathaway. And, in doing so, this talented, beautiful actress managed to alienate nearly every living person living on earth (except Oscar voters, apparently). So let us trace Mrs. Hathaway's fall from grace, shall we? The whole Anne Hathaway hating crisis started when.

She Weighed in on Her Performance as Fantine

In December of 2012, the porcelain-skinned lady told MTV that when she watched herself play Fantine in Les Miserables, she cried. Of course, she immediately realized how terrible that sounded, so she attempted a save.

Unfortunately, most continued to see Hathaway's comment as a veiled way to prop up her own performance.

Then She Complained About Having to Lose Weight

All. The. Time. We get it — the whole weight loss thing was hard. But unlike other actors, who have brought up the process and, in turn, criticized the industry for the pressure of method acting, Hathaway played fragile. (Perhaps Hathaway's Fantine method work continued post-production?) She even admitted to The Los Angeles Times that her director felt she took it too far.

Tom didn't like what I was doing, but he understood why I was doing it. No one liked what I was doing. By the end, people were hugging me and they would get emotional because I felt so frail.

Actually, That Whole Los Angeles Times Interview Didn't Help Her

In fact, it perfectly encapsulated her word vomit problem. Of her performance of Fantine, she said:

To boot, when asked how she felt about her performance she simply said, "Eh." That's after already admitting she was moved to tears while watching it.

And Then There Was the Matter of Her Pixie Haircut

Technically, Hathaway had been sporting the pixie for a good while before the rage over it really began brewing in early January. It's not that everyone hates short hair – Charlize Theron, Halle Berry, and even Edie Falco get major praise for theirs – it's her short hair. That's right, even Hathaway's hair stirred up emotion in the Hathahaters. Why? Perhaps it was just too polished and prim, much like the actress circa Oscar season herself.


How the World Learned to Hate Anne

Do you remember when Anne Hathaway was a golden girl? When she was an ugly duckling-turned-swan in The Princess Diaries, and everybody's hair icon in The Devil Wears Prada? Back when we even tolerated her in The Dark Knight Rises, despite the controversy surrounding her casting, because she gave a solid performance and didn't completely send Eartha Kitt rolling in her grave? So what happened? How did this Oscar-winning, Prada-wearing, smile-having starlet earn the title of 2013's most annoying actress, usurping the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow? What's feeding the "Hathahaters"?

The answer isn't easy. In 2013, Anne Hathaway revealed what some deemed her true toothy, false, pretentious self in a serious of unfortunate moments that cemented her status as Intolerable Hathaway. And, in doing so, this talented, beautiful actress managed to alienate nearly every living person living on earth (except Oscar voters, apparently). So let us trace Mrs. Hathaway's fall from grace, shall we? The whole Anne Hathaway hating crisis started when.

She Weighed in on Her Performance as Fantine

In December of 2012, the porcelain-skinned lady told MTV that when she watched herself play Fantine in Les Miserables, she cried. Of course, she immediately realized how terrible that sounded, so she attempted a save.

Unfortunately, most continued to see Hathaway's comment as a veiled way to prop up her own performance.

Then She Complained About Having to Lose Weight

All. The. Time. We get it — the whole weight loss thing was hard. But unlike other actors, who have brought up the process and, in turn, criticized the industry for the pressure of method acting, Hathaway played fragile. (Perhaps Hathaway's Fantine method work continued post-production?) She even admitted to The Los Angeles Times that her director felt she took it too far.

Tom didn't like what I was doing, but he understood why I was doing it. No one liked what I was doing. By the end, people were hugging me and they would get emotional because I felt so frail.

Actually, That Whole Los Angeles Times Interview Didn't Help Her

In fact, it perfectly encapsulated her word vomit problem. Of her performance of Fantine, she said:

To boot, when asked how she felt about her performance she simply said, "Eh." That's after already admitting she was moved to tears while watching it.

And Then There Was the Matter of Her Pixie Haircut

Technically, Hathaway had been sporting the pixie for a good while before the rage over it really began brewing in early January. It's not that everyone hates short hair – Charlize Theron, Halle Berry, and even Edie Falco get major praise for theirs – it's her short hair. That's right, even Hathaway's hair stirred up emotion in the Hathahaters. Why? Perhaps it was just too polished and prim, much like the actress circa Oscar season herself.


How the World Learned to Hate Anne

Do you remember when Anne Hathaway was a golden girl? When she was an ugly duckling-turned-swan in The Princess Diaries, and everybody's hair icon in The Devil Wears Prada? Back when we even tolerated her in The Dark Knight Rises, despite the controversy surrounding her casting, because she gave a solid performance and didn't completely send Eartha Kitt rolling in her grave? So what happened? How did this Oscar-winning, Prada-wearing, smile-having starlet earn the title of 2013's most annoying actress, usurping the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow? What's feeding the "Hathahaters"?

The answer isn't easy. In 2013, Anne Hathaway revealed what some deemed her true toothy, false, pretentious self in a serious of unfortunate moments that cemented her status as Intolerable Hathaway. And, in doing so, this talented, beautiful actress managed to alienate nearly every living person living on earth (except Oscar voters, apparently). So let us trace Mrs. Hathaway's fall from grace, shall we? The whole Anne Hathaway hating crisis started when.

She Weighed in on Her Performance as Fantine

In December of 2012, the porcelain-skinned lady told MTV that when she watched herself play Fantine in Les Miserables, she cried. Of course, she immediately realized how terrible that sounded, so she attempted a save.

Unfortunately, most continued to see Hathaway's comment as a veiled way to prop up her own performance.

Then She Complained About Having to Lose Weight

All. The. Time. We get it — the whole weight loss thing was hard. But unlike other actors, who have brought up the process and, in turn, criticized the industry for the pressure of method acting, Hathaway played fragile. (Perhaps Hathaway's Fantine method work continued post-production?) She even admitted to The Los Angeles Times that her director felt she took it too far.

Tom didn't like what I was doing, but he understood why I was doing it. No one liked what I was doing. By the end, people were hugging me and they would get emotional because I felt so frail.

Actually, That Whole Los Angeles Times Interview Didn't Help Her

In fact, it perfectly encapsulated her word vomit problem. Of her performance of Fantine, she said:

To boot, when asked how she felt about her performance she simply said, "Eh." That's after already admitting she was moved to tears while watching it.

And Then There Was the Matter of Her Pixie Haircut

Technically, Hathaway had been sporting the pixie for a good while before the rage over it really began brewing in early January. It's not that everyone hates short hair – Charlize Theron, Halle Berry, and even Edie Falco get major praise for theirs – it's her short hair. That's right, even Hathaway's hair stirred up emotion in the Hathahaters. Why? Perhaps it was just too polished and prim, much like the actress circa Oscar season herself.


How the World Learned to Hate Anne

Do you remember when Anne Hathaway was a golden girl? When she was an ugly duckling-turned-swan in The Princess Diaries, and everybody's hair icon in The Devil Wears Prada? Back when we even tolerated her in The Dark Knight Rises, despite the controversy surrounding her casting, because she gave a solid performance and didn't completely send Eartha Kitt rolling in her grave? So what happened? How did this Oscar-winning, Prada-wearing, smile-having starlet earn the title of 2013's most annoying actress, usurping the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow? What's feeding the "Hathahaters"?

The answer isn't easy. In 2013, Anne Hathaway revealed what some deemed her true toothy, false, pretentious self in a serious of unfortunate moments that cemented her status as Intolerable Hathaway. And, in doing so, this talented, beautiful actress managed to alienate nearly every living person living on earth (except Oscar voters, apparently). So let us trace Mrs. Hathaway's fall from grace, shall we? The whole Anne Hathaway hating crisis started when.

She Weighed in on Her Performance as Fantine

In December of 2012, the porcelain-skinned lady told MTV that when she watched herself play Fantine in Les Miserables, she cried. Of course, she immediately realized how terrible that sounded, so she attempted a save.

Unfortunately, most continued to see Hathaway's comment as a veiled way to prop up her own performance.

Then She Complained About Having to Lose Weight

All. The. Time. We get it — the whole weight loss thing was hard. But unlike other actors, who have brought up the process and, in turn, criticized the industry for the pressure of method acting, Hathaway played fragile. (Perhaps Hathaway's Fantine method work continued post-production?) She even admitted to The Los Angeles Times that her director felt she took it too far.

Tom didn't like what I was doing, but he understood why I was doing it. No one liked what I was doing. By the end, people were hugging me and they would get emotional because I felt so frail.

Actually, That Whole Los Angeles Times Interview Didn't Help Her

In fact, it perfectly encapsulated her word vomit problem. Of her performance of Fantine, she said:

To boot, when asked how she felt about her performance she simply said, "Eh." That's after already admitting she was moved to tears while watching it.

And Then There Was the Matter of Her Pixie Haircut

Technically, Hathaway had been sporting the pixie for a good while before the rage over it really began brewing in early January. It's not that everyone hates short hair – Charlize Theron, Halle Berry, and even Edie Falco get major praise for theirs – it's her short hair. That's right, even Hathaway's hair stirred up emotion in the Hathahaters. Why? Perhaps it was just too polished and prim, much like the actress circa Oscar season herself.


How the World Learned to Hate Anne

Do you remember when Anne Hathaway was a golden girl? When she was an ugly duckling-turned-swan in The Princess Diaries, and everybody's hair icon in The Devil Wears Prada? Back when we even tolerated her in The Dark Knight Rises, despite the controversy surrounding her casting, because she gave a solid performance and didn't completely send Eartha Kitt rolling in her grave? So what happened? How did this Oscar-winning, Prada-wearing, smile-having starlet earn the title of 2013's most annoying actress, usurping the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow? What's feeding the "Hathahaters"?

The answer isn't easy. In 2013, Anne Hathaway revealed what some deemed her true toothy, false, pretentious self in a serious of unfortunate moments that cemented her status as Intolerable Hathaway. And, in doing so, this talented, beautiful actress managed to alienate nearly every living person living on earth (except Oscar voters, apparently). So let us trace Mrs. Hathaway's fall from grace, shall we? The whole Anne Hathaway hating crisis started when.

She Weighed in on Her Performance as Fantine

In December of 2012, the porcelain-skinned lady told MTV that when she watched herself play Fantine in Les Miserables, she cried. Of course, she immediately realized how terrible that sounded, so she attempted a save.

Unfortunately, most continued to see Hathaway's comment as a veiled way to prop up her own performance.

Then She Complained About Having to Lose Weight

All. The. Time. We get it — the whole weight loss thing was hard. But unlike other actors, who have brought up the process and, in turn, criticized the industry for the pressure of method acting, Hathaway played fragile. (Perhaps Hathaway's Fantine method work continued post-production?) She even admitted to The Los Angeles Times that her director felt she took it too far.

Tom didn't like what I was doing, but he understood why I was doing it. No one liked what I was doing. By the end, people were hugging me and they would get emotional because I felt so frail.

Actually, That Whole Los Angeles Times Interview Didn't Help Her

In fact, it perfectly encapsulated her word vomit problem. Of her performance of Fantine, she said:

To boot, when asked how she felt about her performance she simply said, "Eh." That's after already admitting she was moved to tears while watching it.

And Then There Was the Matter of Her Pixie Haircut

Technically, Hathaway had been sporting the pixie for a good while before the rage over it really began brewing in early January. It's not that everyone hates short hair – Charlize Theron, Halle Berry, and even Edie Falco get major praise for theirs – it's her short hair. That's right, even Hathaway's hair stirred up emotion in the Hathahaters. Why? Perhaps it was just too polished and prim, much like the actress circa Oscar season herself.


How the World Learned to Hate Anne

Do you remember when Anne Hathaway was a golden girl? When she was an ugly duckling-turned-swan in The Princess Diaries, and everybody's hair icon in The Devil Wears Prada? Back when we even tolerated her in The Dark Knight Rises, despite the controversy surrounding her casting, because she gave a solid performance and didn't completely send Eartha Kitt rolling in her grave? So what happened? How did this Oscar-winning, Prada-wearing, smile-having starlet earn the title of 2013's most annoying actress, usurping the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow? What's feeding the "Hathahaters"?

The answer isn't easy. In 2013, Anne Hathaway revealed what some deemed her true toothy, false, pretentious self in a serious of unfortunate moments that cemented her status as Intolerable Hathaway. And, in doing so, this talented, beautiful actress managed to alienate nearly every living person living on earth (except Oscar voters, apparently). So let us trace Mrs. Hathaway's fall from grace, shall we? The whole Anne Hathaway hating crisis started when.

She Weighed in on Her Performance as Fantine

In December of 2012, the porcelain-skinned lady told MTV that when she watched herself play Fantine in Les Miserables, she cried. Of course, she immediately realized how terrible that sounded, so she attempted a save.

Unfortunately, most continued to see Hathaway's comment as a veiled way to prop up her own performance.

Then She Complained About Having to Lose Weight

All. The. Time. We get it — the whole weight loss thing was hard. But unlike other actors, who have brought up the process and, in turn, criticized the industry for the pressure of method acting, Hathaway played fragile. (Perhaps Hathaway's Fantine method work continued post-production?) She even admitted to The Los Angeles Times that her director felt she took it too far.

Tom didn't like what I was doing, but he understood why I was doing it. No one liked what I was doing. By the end, people were hugging me and they would get emotional because I felt so frail.

Actually, That Whole Los Angeles Times Interview Didn't Help Her

In fact, it perfectly encapsulated her word vomit problem. Of her performance of Fantine, she said:

To boot, when asked how she felt about her performance she simply said, "Eh." That's after already admitting she was moved to tears while watching it.

And Then There Was the Matter of Her Pixie Haircut

Technically, Hathaway had been sporting the pixie for a good while before the rage over it really began brewing in early January. It's not that everyone hates short hair – Charlize Theron, Halle Berry, and even Edie Falco get major praise for theirs – it's her short hair. That's right, even Hathaway's hair stirred up emotion in the Hathahaters. Why? Perhaps it was just too polished and prim, much like the actress circa Oscar season herself.


How the World Learned to Hate Anne

Do you remember when Anne Hathaway was a golden girl? When she was an ugly duckling-turned-swan in The Princess Diaries, and everybody's hair icon in The Devil Wears Prada? Back when we even tolerated her in The Dark Knight Rises, despite the controversy surrounding her casting, because she gave a solid performance and didn't completely send Eartha Kitt rolling in her grave? So what happened? How did this Oscar-winning, Prada-wearing, smile-having starlet earn the title of 2013's most annoying actress, usurping the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow? What's feeding the "Hathahaters"?

The answer isn't easy. In 2013, Anne Hathaway revealed what some deemed her true toothy, false, pretentious self in a serious of unfortunate moments that cemented her status as Intolerable Hathaway. And, in doing so, this talented, beautiful actress managed to alienate nearly every living person living on earth (except Oscar voters, apparently). So let us trace Mrs. Hathaway's fall from grace, shall we? The whole Anne Hathaway hating crisis started when.

She Weighed in on Her Performance as Fantine

In December of 2012, the porcelain-skinned lady told MTV that when she watched herself play Fantine in Les Miserables, she cried. Of course, she immediately realized how terrible that sounded, so she attempted a save.

Unfortunately, most continued to see Hathaway's comment as a veiled way to prop up her own performance.

Then She Complained About Having to Lose Weight

All. The. Time. We get it — the whole weight loss thing was hard. But unlike other actors, who have brought up the process and, in turn, criticized the industry for the pressure of method acting, Hathaway played fragile. (Perhaps Hathaway's Fantine method work continued post-production?) She even admitted to The Los Angeles Times that her director felt she took it too far.

Tom didn't like what I was doing, but he understood why I was doing it. No one liked what I was doing. By the end, people were hugging me and they would get emotional because I felt so frail.

Actually, That Whole Los Angeles Times Interview Didn't Help Her

In fact, it perfectly encapsulated her word vomit problem. Of her performance of Fantine, she said:

To boot, when asked how she felt about her performance she simply said, "Eh." That's after already admitting she was moved to tears while watching it.

And Then There Was the Matter of Her Pixie Haircut

Technically, Hathaway had been sporting the pixie for a good while before the rage over it really began brewing in early January. It's not that everyone hates short hair – Charlize Theron, Halle Berry, and even Edie Falco get major praise for theirs – it's her short hair. That's right, even Hathaway's hair stirred up emotion in the Hathahaters. Why? Perhaps it was just too polished and prim, much like the actress circa Oscar season herself.


How the World Learned to Hate Anne

Do you remember when Anne Hathaway was a golden girl? When she was an ugly duckling-turned-swan in The Princess Diaries, and everybody's hair icon in The Devil Wears Prada? Back when we even tolerated her in The Dark Knight Rises, despite the controversy surrounding her casting, because she gave a solid performance and didn't completely send Eartha Kitt rolling in her grave? So what happened? How did this Oscar-winning, Prada-wearing, smile-having starlet earn the title of 2013's most annoying actress, usurping the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow? What's feeding the "Hathahaters"?

The answer isn't easy. In 2013, Anne Hathaway revealed what some deemed her true toothy, false, pretentious self in a serious of unfortunate moments that cemented her status as Intolerable Hathaway. And, in doing so, this talented, beautiful actress managed to alienate nearly every living person living on earth (except Oscar voters, apparently). So let us trace Mrs. Hathaway's fall from grace, shall we? The whole Anne Hathaway hating crisis started when.

She Weighed in on Her Performance as Fantine

In December of 2012, the porcelain-skinned lady told MTV that when she watched herself play Fantine in Les Miserables, she cried. Of course, she immediately realized how terrible that sounded, so she attempted a save.

Unfortunately, most continued to see Hathaway's comment as a veiled way to prop up her own performance.

Then She Complained About Having to Lose Weight

All. The. Time. We get it — the whole weight loss thing was hard. But unlike other actors, who have brought up the process and, in turn, criticized the industry for the pressure of method acting, Hathaway played fragile. (Perhaps Hathaway's Fantine method work continued post-production?) She even admitted to The Los Angeles Times that her director felt she took it too far.

Tom didn't like what I was doing, but he understood why I was doing it. No one liked what I was doing. By the end, people were hugging me and they would get emotional because I felt so frail.

Actually, That Whole Los Angeles Times Interview Didn't Help Her

In fact, it perfectly encapsulated her word vomit problem. Of her performance of Fantine, she said:

To boot, when asked how she felt about her performance she simply said, "Eh." That's after already admitting she was moved to tears while watching it.

And Then There Was the Matter of Her Pixie Haircut

Technically, Hathaway had been sporting the pixie for a good while before the rage over it really began brewing in early January. It's not that everyone hates short hair – Charlize Theron, Halle Berry, and even Edie Falco get major praise for theirs – it's her short hair. That's right, even Hathaway's hair stirred up emotion in the Hathahaters. Why? Perhaps it was just too polished and prim, much like the actress circa Oscar season herself.


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