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Les Miserables
Role : Fantine
Release : 2012

Fantine is a poor woman who has a secret illegitimate child. she needed to sells her hair, and joins the whores in selling herself to find money to pay for medicines for her daughter.

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The Dark Knight Rises
Role : Catwoman
Release : 2012

Selina Kyle a.k.a Catwoman who appearance in Gotham City sets in motion a chain of events that leads Batman to come out of retirement.

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It’s new report that Anne Hathaway starring in ‘The Burning Woman’ the film will produce by Scott Free

Anne Hathaway, last seen in Interstellar, has most recently on Nancy Myers’ The Intern opposite Robert De Niro

‘The Burning Woman’ is based on an original idea by Ingelsby the script development with Michael Pruss and scribe wrote the Oscar-winning actress in mind.

The story then happens across 11 years as the woman looks for some closure on the case while taking care of the boy, finding her way ever nearer to the facts of what went down., Ingelsby developed the concept with Michael Pruss and wrote the main character with Hathaway in mind. She liked it, jumped aboard and will also be the main feature as Scott and the producers start shopping the script to distributors.

Anne Hathaway, discussing her career and new film ‘Song One’ on January 21.

“For me, this movie is about a girl getting out of her own way and getting out of her own head. I was in the very early stages of that journey in my own life,” she told the Associated Press. “It’s not like the world has gotten nicer since 2013. I think it’s about looking beyond your knee-jerk judgment about places and people and professions and actually experiencing something with an open heart.”