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Wednesday 27 August 2014

Anne Hathaway: I'm unemployed!

Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway says she is unemployed after a film project fell through.

The Oscar-nominated star revealed she has no new projects in the pipeline and plans to spend her free time "chilling" with husband Adam Shulman.

Speaking at the Screen Actors Guild Awards where she won a gong for Outstanding Supporting Actress for Les Misérables, Anne discussed the odd feeling of being jobless.

"I had a film lined up that we'd taken a breath on, so I'm unemployed," she told Access Hollywood.

"It's such a funny experience to sort of be here and be in some ways at the pinnacle of what you can achieve as an actor, but also know that you don't have a job. That is the life of an actor!"

However, after a busy year of starring in both The Dark Knight Rises and Les Misérables, Anne is looking forward to putting her feet up with new husband Adam.

"I'll be hosting lots of dinners at my house," she said. "We're nesting, playing with my dog - we're chilling."

Anne paid tribute to Adam in her acceptance speech for her SAG award where she told him from the stage: "I'll tell you why I love you later."

The 30-year-old actress married Adam, a jewellery designer in September last year.

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