Even with all the talk surrounding her performance in Les Miserables, Anne Hathaway remains humble yet dedicated when it comes to her craft. In a recent Los Angeles Times profile on the 30-year-old actress, which you can check out here, Hathaway discusses the perfectionism she exemplifies in her acting while also talking about how she felt singing the famous song from Les Mis, "I Dreamed A Dream."
And while the accolades roll in for her role as Fantine, Anne still believes she isn't as talented as star actresses like Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett and Kate Winslet:
“I see the sort of work that people like Meryl Streep and Cate Blanchett and Kate Winslet can do, and I want to do that level of work so badly,” said the actress, who was nominated for an Oscar for “Rachel Getting Married” but didn’t win (the three women she referenced all have Oscars to their names). “But I don’t believe I’m as gifted as them. So the only thing I can control is how hard I work at it — how much do I commit to it? How far will I take it?”
Such strong words from such a talented actress. Could Hathaway honestly be correct in her assessment?