Anne Hathaway got married, like, what? Yesterday? And she's already talking about having kids.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter Anne revealed that she’s itching to have a baby.
“I really want to have a baby, and my husband and I are like, ‘Where are we gonna live?” she joked.
She’s joking about the “where are we gonna live” part and not the baby part. You can’t raise kids in Los Angeles, that’s why child stars are so screwed up. Tinseltown is not a place for children, unless you’re cool with teenage coke habits and hotel parties.
Anne took part of an interview with several other Oscar contending actresses like Rachel Weisz, Marion Cotillard, and Amy Adams and told the room, “I'm the only one here who's not a mother. I hope to join the ranks soon.”
Anne also talked about her own mother, who actually originated the role of Fantine on Broadway, the same role that Anne is playing in the new film adaptation of “Les Miserables.”
“My mom was in the first national tour, and she understudied the character [Fantine] whom I wound up playing. It made me nervous to tell her that I was auditioning for it, just because I knew how much it would mean to her, and I was worried that if I didn't get it, she would be disappointed, and if I did get it, it would be weird. And she was so cool about it.”
“She gave me an image. My mom and I were talking about the idea that Fantine has lit a match, and she's just watching it burn down. And she needs to blow it out and let in the darkness. It was amazing to have that conversation not with an acting teacher, not with a director, but with your mother.”