Anne Hathaway Copies Emma Stone's Idea


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Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield seem to be a powerful couple and even have other celebrity couples copying their creative antics.

Anne Hathaway and husband Adam Shulman were recently photographed on Independence Day carrying cardboard signs in front of their faces while walking down the street.

Why the signs? Apparently Stone an Garfield came up with a genius way to hide from the paparazzi and contribute to charities as well. Hathaway and Shulman thought this would be an excellent idea to avoid the paparazzi as they walked their dogs around the neighborhood.

"Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield had a great idea! Please check out:,,," Hathaway's sign read. Shulman's sign simply read, "Happy 4th of July!!"

If you are not familiar with the charities that Hathaway was promoting, here is some background information.

The Girl Effect

The Girl Effect was created by the Nike Foundation along with the NoVo Foundation, United Nations Foundation and Coalition for Adolescent Girls. "The girl effect is a movement. It's about leveraging the unique potential of adolescent girls to end poverty for themselves, their families, their communities, their countries and the world," the website reads. "It's about making girls visible and changing their social and economic dynamics by providing them with specific, powerful and relevant resources."

Feeding America

Feeding America focuses on trying to end hunger in the United States. "Feeding America is the nation's leading domestic hunger-relief charity," the website explains. "Our mission is to feed America's hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks and engage our country in the fight to end hunger." To make a donation to the cause click here.

World of Children Award

World of Children Award focuses on children worldwide and those who are the driving forces behind the programs serving children. According to their mission, "World of Children Award improves the lives of vulnerable children by funding and elevating the most effective change makers for children worldwide." To find out how you can get involved, click here.

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