Born to a labor attorney and a former actress, Anne Jacqueline Hatheway is an actor and a singer as well as one of the highest paid actresses of the Hollywood film industry. She is a gorgeous and charming personality who made her first professional screen debut in a TV series Get Real(1999-2000). She is well known for her contribution to the film industry, especially in movies like Interstellar, The Dark Knight Rises, Brokeback Mountain, The Devil Wears Prada, The Intern and loads more.
In 2001, People magazine named her a breakthrough stars. In 2006, she appeared on the list of world’s 50 Most Beautiful People.
Even in the recent movie, Serenity, Anne Hatheway did a great job and we obviously look forward to more of her works. Here’s a list of her upcoming movies.
1. The Hustle
Directed by Chris Addison and written by Jac Schaeffer, this movie revolves around the story of two female scam artists played by Anne Hatheway and Rebel Wilson. This movie is the remake of the 1998 film Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and scheduled to release on May 10, 2019 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Annapurna Pictures.
Another sci-fi thriller that Anne Hatheway has signed up for is O2. She will play a woman who mysteriously wakes up inside a cryogenic chamber and must escape before her air supply runs out. Written by scriptwriter Christie LeBlanc, the movie is set to start filming by the fall.
3. Live Fast Die Hot
Warner Bros has acquired movie rights for “Live Fast Die Hot”, a New York bestseller and according to Variety, Anne Hatheway is starring in the movie and producing it. It is based on Jenny Mollen’s recently published book of irreverent essays. The project will be overseen by Warner Bros executive Chantal Nong.
4. The Lifeboat
The plot of the film is about a young newlywed-turned-widow standing trial in 1914 for murder. The story recounts how with the help of her new husband she survived the sinking of the Empress, a transatlantic ocean liner. She finds herself on a lifeboat, only to discover there are too many people on board, leading to a moral crisis as to who stays and who has to go. According to Deadline, Joe Wright is in talks about the direction of the movie and the adaptation of Charlotte Rogan’s book is under progress by the Film 360 and Focus Features.