Anne Hathaway is currently busy promoting her new film, the Christopher Nolan-directed Interstellar. But aside from talking about the film, she has managed to discuss moments in her recent past including her role as Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises as well as her constant battle against her haters. Speaking to IGN, the actress expressed her desire to don the Catwoman outfit again. “I would be totally up for doing it," she said. "If Chris [Nolan] was involved. For me, the thing that made doing that part particularly fun was that she existed in his Gotham. Without him, I don't think it would be the same thing. But I also wonder about that part. If because she's a thief, it's not better to have her be a small part in a larger film. So she can go through and steal aspects of the film, but when the focus is squarely on her, I don't know if it works as well."
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Hathaway also took time to address her haters in a recent article in Harper’s Bazaar. She has been the target of attacks because of her squeaky clean image, and the constant criticism even led to articles that tackled this particular aspect of her career. She talked to Harper’s about the time she came across one of these articles online. She said she felt “punched in the gut… shocked and slapped and embarrassed. Even now I can feel the shame.” She even said that the bad press started to cost her roles because directors and producers didn’t like her public image.
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But that might all change with Hathaway’s involvement in Interstellar. The film, which also stars Matthew McConaughey and Jessica Chastain, has been getting rave reviews. There are even rumors that the film is a definite candidate for the Best Picture win at the 2015 Academy Awards.