Anne Hathaway says dealing with criticism of online trawlers has made her a stronger person.
Talk to the President of the United Kingdom the sun The newspaper, the actress opened up about the negative attacks found online long after she won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 2012. Bad luck. The complaints they had were: “boring” and “unreliable”.
“I don’t really want to explore the past but I got my monster out of there, I had the internet on and hated me and it was like a big thing,” he said. the sunBut, he added, “Personally, it was a really good thing for me.”
Heathrow, now a 38-year-old married mother of two children starring in the film Lockdown downHe explained that the abuse made him realize that his trust was coming from himself, not from the people. The lesson came at a crucial time, and he portrayed the Oscar-winning character as a tragic fantasy character in Les Misبلrables, who had to cut his hair and lose weight.
“You should be happy,” he said of the big moment at the 2013 Oscars. “I did not feel that way.
“I felt wrong that I was standing there in a gown the value of what some people are seeing in their lives, and winning an award for presenting pain that is still a big part of our collective experience as human beings. Felt. I tried to pretend I was happy and I was called to it, big time.
After all, he feels more “empowered” to see those few moments.
“These things can make you incredibly powerful,” he said of dealing with adversity. “So I guess what I’m going to say when I’m bad, don’t be afraid of it – just go with it, go with it.”
The echo is what she gave to climate activist Greta Thunberg in 2019, and told the teenager in an Instagram post that “every bridge ever built comes with it. Yes – sometimes more than one
“The bridge – which means it connects and elevates you – is more important than the troll,” he wrote. “Stay strong. Keep going.”
Hathaway – thanks to a close friend who helped control her – also shared the tension between the parents of the two young boys during the lockdown. (She and her husband Adam Schulman share 4-year-old Jonathan and 1-year-old Jack.)
“We were all overwhelmed in the early days of the lockdown and there was a lot to do and I needed to be released but I didn’t want to scare my kids, so I had a lot of pillows,” he admitted. Screamed.
“Adam is great,” he added. “If you’re going to separate from another adult, that’s my husband.”
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