EP the actress had to lose ten pounds to play Fantine in Les Miserables. The blockbuster based on the novel by Victor Hugo premieres in December. Rubbing the starvation. So strict was the regime that had to follow American actress Anne Hathaway by demands of the screenplay of his last great film project that just released in United States. The interpreter who reached international fame by starring in the tape Devil Wears Prada alongside Meryl Streep had to lose weight more than ten kilos to participate in Les Miserables, the umpteenth adaptation Hollywood from the novel by Victor Hugo.
The diet resulted in Anne Hathaway, aged 30, to enter in a complete state of physical and mental deprivation, as she herself has ensured in an interview that you can read in the American edition of Vogue magazine in which the interpreter is home in its December issue. As she herself has assured, before starting with the diet, Hathaway had to undergo a cleaning system that made you lose almost five kilos. In addition to experience drastic weight loss, New York actress, who recently married Adam Shulman, saw obliged to practically shave his hair to play Fantine, a lower class of 19th century French prostitute. New trailer has been released a new trailer in Spanish of Les Miserables, the new film adaptation of the epic musical, which on this occasion Tom Hooper directs. To adapt the classic, the English director, winner of the Oscar for the King’s speech, it has a cast of luxury that is led by Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe. The protagonist of Wolverine faces to Jean Valjean, a man with outstanding accounts with justice and which has spent half a lifetime fleeing.
For its part, the protagonist of Gladiator gives life to your tracker, the ruthless policeman Javert. Along with Jackman and Crowe, Anne Hathaway – that gives life to Fantine – and Amanda Seyfried – who plays Cosette, the daughter of Fantine – complete the Quartet protagonist of this blockbuster that will feature in its cast with other amply familiar faces such as Eddie Redmayne (“my week with Marilyn”), Helena Bonham Carter and Sacha Baron Cohen, these last two interpret marriage Thenardier. William Nicholson (Gladiator, the first gentleman) is who signs the screenplay of the new adaptation to the big screen of the work that Victor Hugo published in 1862. The premiere of Les Miserables is scheduled for December 25 in Spain. See more: the strict diet of Anne Hathaway for Les Miserables