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Thursday 10 July 2014

Anne Hathaway: I'm pleased with new look

Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway says she has become accustomed to her recently shortened locks.

The Oscar nominated star had her long hair cut very short for a scene in the upcoming movie adaptation of musical Les Miserables.

And although she says it took a little bit of getting used to, Anne revealed to E! News that she loves it now.

"I did it for a film, so it really wasn't about me and my security," the actress said about her role of sick prostitute Fantine.

"I'm just so pleased with how I look, so I now quite like having short hair."

Anne also shared that she was very nervous tackling the famous I Dreamed A Dream song in the musical which she filmed in London.

"That's actually the thing we talked about when I first came in to film," she told Vulture. "I apparently looked like I was ready to face the guillotines. They just kept telling me and the cast to ignore the iconic nature of Les Miz and of the song. I had to sing it as if it had never been sung or heard before."

But Anne said there was additional pressure because "my mom was in the show when I was a kid."

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