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Why do people hate Anne Hathaway? Her 'unforgivable sins'.
Starring Anne Hathaway and Hugh Dancy , the film plays with the usual fairy tale genre. In the kingdom of Lamia, baby Ella of Frell is given the "gift" of obedience by misguided and obnoxious fairy godmother Lucinda Perriweather, causing her to instantly obey any command she is given. On her deathbed, Ella's mother- who has contracted a terminal illness warns her not to tell anyone about the gift, for fear that someone might use it to exploit Ella. Ella stumbles upon Prince "Char" Charmont, pursued by his besotted fan club , who invites her to his coronation ball, but Olga intercepts the invitation. Jealous, Hattie and Olive force Ella to cut ties with her childhood best friend, Areida. Ella resolves to find Lucinda to undo her gift. Mandy, the household fairy , lends Ella her boyfriend, Benny, whom she accidentally transformed into a magic book.
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While Glee star Chris Colfer kept his composure when he went on stage to collect the Golden Globe for Best Performance for an Actor in a Supporting Role on Sunday night, he couldn't hide his excitement about the idea of having Anne Hathaway become part of his television family. Glee producer Brad Falchuk confirmed that Hathaway was the brainchild behind the character and had personally pitched playing the part to the show's producers. We generally don't get excited about guest stars just for the sake of guest stars.
The day after the premiere in New York City, the actress cheerfully breezes into a suite at the Waldorf Astoria, appearing so tiny you could put her in your pocket. Even though this is a story about a straight couple, how do you think it can resonate with a gay audience? Love is universal.