Anne Hathaway for Vogue Magazine

Posted on November 12, 2012

Vogue inexplicably chose one of the least flattering pictures of Anne Hathaway we’ve ever seen for the cover of its December issue:

 

Anne Hathaway covers the December 2012 issue of Vogue magazine photographed by Annie Leibovitz and styled by Tonne Goodman.

Seriously. She looks like she has a migraine.

On knowing Les Miserables role was hers: “I knew that someone was going to have to go in there and do something pretty special to unseat me. Sometimes you leave a room and you feel like maybe you’ve left the door open a crack. This time, I knew that I had slammed it shut behind me.”

On losing weight for Les Miserables: “I had to be obsessive about it — the idea was to look near death. Looking back on the whole experience — and I don’t judge it in any way — it was definitely a little nuts. It was definitely a break with reality, but I think that’s who Fantine is anyway.”

On her short hair: “I love the short-haired lifestyle. The only downside is having to get a hair cut every three weeks. But I’m turning 30, and — I hope this isn’t obnoxious to say — I feel prettier, and much more myself. I guess I just feel much more satisfied with less now.”

We’re calling it now: there’s a Hathaway backlash coming. We can feel it in the air. She’s getting that Winslet air of self-importance that comes when an actress can smell an Oscar and is going to work like crazy to make sure she gets it.

We’re not loving the pics inside anymore than we like the cover:

Ralph Lauren Spring 2013 Collection/Model: Daria Strokous

Valentino Fall 2012 Couture Collection/Model: Nimue Smit (NEXT)

 

It’s time, right? Time for all of us to get annoyed with her.

Having said that, we’re thinking of going to see Les Mis on Christmas day, when the movie theaters are full of Jews and Gays. Who better to see a musical with, amirite?

 

[Photo Credit: Annie Leibovitz for Vogue, style.com]