The actress is starring in the upcoming movie WeCrashed with co-star Jared Leto, and on a late-night talk show, she said that she practiced method acting for the role and even introduced a vegan diet to her everyday life.
In the new movie based on a real story, Hathaway and Leto play a struggling married couple based on real-life events. Hathaway explained that while she did use method acting for the role, she also had to still be a mother and the mother that her kids know and love.
‘Let me explain. Yeah, I mean, my kids love me, and I’m sure on some level, care about what I do, but also, like, just want their mom.’
While she did not go into certain depths that she has previously for roles, she immersed herself into the diet and interests of her character, Rebekah, to get a better idea and feel for the kind of real-life person she was playing,
Hathway said that she took it quite seriously. She excluded all animal products, including all animal byproducts. She also explored raw foodism, which is defined as eating foods completely raw or heated at temperatures below 104-118 degrees Fahrenheit.
“So I became– so I became a raw vegan. I did that thing– I don’t know if you have gone vegan,” she explained.
She then talked about how great it was and advocated for people to eat more vegetables. Go, Anne!
‘By the way, it’s great. And we should do as much as we can to eat vegetables for the environment. We all know that at this point, I hope.”
She’s right! Eating fruits, vegetables, and whole grains is not only good for your health but also great for the environment! Livestock is the leading cause of greenhouse gas emissions, and they take so many resources. Consider changing to a plant-based diet!
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