Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Anne Hathaway has several intimate scenes

Los Angeles: Actress Anne Hathaway turned down a nudity contract before filming sex scenes for new movie “Love And Other Drugs” because she didn’t want strict rules to interfere with her performance.
Anne Hathaway has several intimate scenes with her co-star Jake Gyllenhaal in the movie and while she admits she was terrified about baring all on the big screen, she opted to waive the standard nudity agreement that was offered, which would have allowed her to dictate what can and can’t be shown.

“I decided I didn’t want to be doing these scenes and thinking, ‘Oh, I can only turn my body 36 degrees, because we’ll be breaking contract.” imdb.com quoted Hathaway as saying.The actress claims that she is beginning to put aside her insecurity and embrace the way her body looks.“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,” she said.

Anne Hathaway is engaged to marry her longtime boyfriend, Adam Shulman.The pair, who have been dating for three years, confirmed the news through her representative, Stephen Huvane.Just recently, Hathaway told the German magazine Gala that she saw herself on the marriage track with the 30-year old actor, saying, "I can definitely imagine that, yes. Before, when I thought of marriage, I was afraid that I would only marry for business reasons or because I wanted to live out a little girl's fantasy. That's not the case any more."

In October, it was reported that Anne Hathaway, 29, had moved into Shulman's apartment in Brooklyn.Hathaway previously dated Raffaello Follieri; the relationship ended after the Italian real estate developer pled guilty to money laundering, conspiracy and wire fraud.An Oscar-nominee and Emmy winner, Hathaway is perhaps best known for her role in the 2006 film "The Devil Wears Prada," the 2005 film "Brokeback Mountain" and 2001's "The Princess Diaries." She'll next star as Catwoman in "The Dark Knight Rises," and then in a big screen production of "Les Miserables."

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