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Anne Hathaway getting married next year

24 July 2012, 11:25

 Los Angeles - Anne Hathaway will get married next year.

The 29-year-old star - who got engaged to Adam Schulman in November 2011 after three years of dating - has been too busy working on blockbuster movies The Dark Knight Rises and Les Miserables to begin planning her nuptials, but doesn't think she will be waiting too long to go down the aisle.

She told Britain's HELLO! magazine: "We're getting married, probably sometime next year-ish. Not this year, its too big with two films coming out.

"I haven't started planning yet. I was filming Les Mis when we decided to do it, and there was no way I could think about anything wedding-related with my head in the space it was in then. I've been so busy since then, I've not even decided what sort of ceremony I want."

Anne had her long hair cut into a short crop for her role as prostitute Fantine in Les Miserables and admits changing her look was far more frightening than anything else she has ever done for her work.

She admitted: "I hadn't realised how much I played with [my hair]. I was really scared about who I would be when I came out the other side. Who would have thought hair would have such power?

"I have to say, of all the things I've done for a role - learning to jump out of windows, learning to do back flips, changing my body shape - cutting my hair was by far the scariest thing I've ever done.

"I've learned to embrace the short hair now and feel better for it. And I think people find me more approachable, people have come up to me to tell me they like it, which is very nice."

- BangShowBiz


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