Do you remember watching The Devil Wears Prada for the first time? And the RAGE you felt towards Miranda?
She is a bad ass, for sure, but we cannot help but hate her – like any good villain.
However, a new (deleted) clip has been revealed, and it will totally change the way you see the Editor-in-Chief.
The scene, which ultimately ended up on the cutting room floor, takes place at the ball that Andy attends instead of her boyfriend's birthday in order to help Miranda Priestly, by whispering key names and facts in her ear.
The moment in the film was fairly significant, and portrayed Miranda as a total mega-meanie.
However, the deleted scene would have totally changed the way in which viewers saw Miranda, as an actual human, that is.
In the short clip, just as Andy is about to leave the gala, Miranda’s drunken husband makes an unexpected entrance, shouting, “When do we eat?”
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The Oscar winner said, ''Just because I don’t totally love the way I do it and he’s getting to an age where he really does need me all the time in the morning.''
When it came to the subject of marriage, she revealed that she gets advice from fellow actor and Interstellar co-star Sir Michael Caine.
She said, ''Michael and I don’t really have a ring-you-up sort of relationship. But he’s always very warm and lovely when we run into each other. He gives me marriage advice. Separate bathrooms. When he told me that, I laughed and he looked at me and said ‘I’m serious, it’s such an important part of the marriage’.”
We have been longing for a third instalment in The Princess Diaries franchise forever and it looks like our dreams are about to come true.
Rumour has it we’ll be reunited with Mia, Queen Clarisse Renaldi and of course, Fat Louie very soon.
Anne Hathaway opened up about the third movie during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and it sounds like she’s even more excited about the third Princess Diaries movie than we are.
The actress revealed that a script has been written for the third film: “There is a script. I wanna do it, Julie wants to do it… we all really want it to happen."
However, Anne said they won’t be releasing the movie unless they’re 100 percent happy with it. They understand that the characters and story mean the world to fans.
“We don't wanna do it unless it's perfect because we love it as much as you guys love it,” she explained.
"It's as important to us as it is to you and we don't wanna deliver anything until it's ready but were working on it,” the One Day actress added.
Rumours about The Princess Diaries 3 first started circulating in 2016 when director Gary Marshall said they wanted to wait until Anne had given birth to her son Jonathan before thinking about the movie.
He commented: “I was with Anne Hathaway a couple weeks ago, it looks like we want to do Princess Diaries 3 in Manhattan," said the director of the original films. Anne is very pregnant, so we have to wait until she has the baby and then I think we're going to do it."
We all shudder in terror when reflecting on our intern days. Days filled with running coffee orders and practically living in the office.
But none of us had it nearly as bad as Andy, the fresh-out-of-college intern at Runway Magazine. We totally felt for her in Lauren Weisberger's book The Devil Wears Prada.
The book and film adaptation follows the story of a newly hired personal assistant for an editor at a fashion magazine.
According to Harper's Bazaar, Lauren admitted that the book was based on her own experience as an intern at Vogue. The character Miranda, her boss in the book, was inspired by Vogue editor Anna Wintour.
(Yes, Miranda really exists!)
The story follows Lauren’s experience working as Anna’s personal assistant and what life was like working for the magazine.
And we just love Meryl Streep's interpretation of her!
Obviously, she said at the Hearst Big Book Festival, her novel was a dramatised version of her real experience.
So, it took us by surprise when the author recently revealed that she does not regret working for the ‘devil’ in Prada, despite how difficult her job was.
Say what? We know Miranda slays, but nobody would want to work for her! The intimidating editor has no patience for her assistant and sends her on ridiculous errands like fetching an original manuscript of Harry Potter for the editor's daughter.
And for those of you who haven’t seen the film, then clear your weekend schedule. It’s sasstastic!
Despite the job's hardships, Lauren confessed: “I don't think I could've had a better experience in terms of my career.”
She learned so much during her intern job and relished the opportunity to see how the magazine ran everything so efficiently.
Her flair for fashion, no doubt, was probably a major factor in her motivation to stick through her nightmarish boss’ demands.
However, Lauren does admit she complained throughout the duration of her job. “I did a lot of complaining. [..] But I absolutely loved it. Looking back at that time, it was one of the most valuable times of my career.”
Although the book is filled with horror stories of her demanding boss and her constant scrambling to please her, humour weaves the plot together in a must-see manner.
Working can be difficult when it’s long hours, and let's admit it, we all have had a boss we wanted to scream at.
But, like Lauren, if you surround yourself with the best people in the biz, then it’s worth the bottom-of-the-food-chain treatment. One day, you will earn your spot up top and be able to use everything you’ve learned in the process.
At a time when feminist rhetoric is (rightfully) taking centre stage, it takes a brave woman to reveal she has – on some level – internalised a misogynistic narrative, and allowed it to cloud her judgement at times.
While reflecting on her role in One Day, Anne Hathaway admitted that she feels a sense of shame over her perspective on the work created by the film's female director, Lone Scherfig.
"I am to this day scared that the reason I didn’t trust her the way I trust some of the other directors I work with is because she’s a woman," the 34-year-old admitted.
"I’m so scared that I treated her with internalised misogyny. I’m scared that I didn’t give her everything that she needed or I was resisting her on some level." she continued.
And Anne admits that this wasn't an isolated event, revealing that she often adjusts her perspective depending on the gender of the director.
"It’s something that I’ve thought a lot about in terms of when I get scripts to be directed by women. When I get a script, when I see a first film directed by a woman, I have in the past focused on what was wrong with it."
"And when I see a film directed by a man, I focus on what’s right with it," she added. "I had actively tried to work with female directors, and I still had this mindset buried in there somewhere."
Acknowledging the backlash she may receive as a result of her admission, Anne insists she is aware how this may be perceived and is actively working on adjusting her stance.
"It feels like a confession, but I think it’s something we should talk about… I can only acknowledge that I’ve done that and I don’t want to do that any more."
Despite her apparent regret, Anne has revealed that she has never apologised to Lone directly, but intends to do so
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When Anne Hathaway finished filming Lés Miserables, it seemed like people were giving her a lot of hate, but it turns out she was dealing with much more than she was letting on.
In an interview with The Guardian, Anne explained that when she won her Oscar for Les Miserables, she was still in her character, Fantine's mindset.
"I felt very uncomfortable. I kind of lost my mind doing that movie and it hadn't come back yet. Then I had to stand up in front of people and feel something I don't feel which is uncomplicated happiness.
"It's an obvious thing, you win an Oscar and you're supposed to be happy. I didn't feel that way. I felt wrong that I was standing there in a gown that cost more than some people are going to see in their lifetime, and winning an award for portraying pain that still felt very much a part of our collective experience as human beings.
"I tried to pretend that I was happy and I got called out on it, big time. That's the truth and that's what happened. It sucks. But what you learn from it is that you only feel like you can die from embarrassment, you don't actually die."
We think she did an amazing performance as Fatine.
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The Alice in Wonderland star made her film debut in The Princess Diaries in 2001. Three years later she reprised her role as Mia for the The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement.
Earlier this year it was rumoured that a third movie could be added to the series, but as of yet no progress seems to have been made on that front so for now we'll just have to wait with fingers crossed.