Anne Hathaway has revealed that her marriage to Adam Shulman is the best thing to have happened in her life and that nothing could make her happier than being his wife, not even winning an Oscar next weekend.
The 30-year-old actress, who has been nominated for the best supporting actress gong for her role as Fantine in blockbuster musical `Les Miserables`, said she is not worried about what will happen at the Oscars next Sunday because she is so happy to have her husband by her side, the Daily mail reported.
“It won’t be the worst thing to ever happen to me if I don’t win. And with my husband by my side, winning wouldn’t be the best thing that’s happened to me either. I’ve been lucky to win a lot of awards since we got married though. He’s definitely a lucky charm, in more ways than awards,” she said.
“Getting to do the work we do is the most sublime experience – I don’t know how I got so lucky. Winning awards for doing it is spectacular, I love it. But that’s not what it’s about,” the paper quoted her as saying.
Anne has wowed cinema fans across the globe with her performance of the song `I Dreamed A Dream` in Les Mis.
Anne, who stars alongside Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe in the movie, said it was emotionally draining to shoot the song, adding “I thought we’d done about 20 takes but apparently it was just 11.”