Call her Anne enchanted. Or, as actress Anne Hathaway may now prefer to be known, Mrs. Shulman. The doe-eyed 29-year-old tied the knot with Adam Shulman , 31, on Saturday night in Big Sur on the California coast. Splash Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman. More than 100 guests attended the couples wedding weekend, including a rehearsal dinner Friday at the Ventana Inn and Spa, People magazine reported Saturday. The ceremony took place on a private estate, where Hathaway wore a custom Valentino gown. The bride and groom opted for a nature motif, with Big Sur as the breathtaking backdrop, a source told the magazine. Splash Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman. Hathaway, star of Ella Enchanted, The Princess Diaries and the upcoming Les Miserables, and her actor/jewelry designer beau got engaged last November after dating for four years. I am very much in love with him, (only) Adam totally ruined my plan, Hathaway said of their relationship last year. I was really actually looking forward to a little alone time, and then I fell in love like a fool! Sylvain Gaboury/PatrickMcMullan via AP Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman. Hathaway told USA Today that she and Shulman maintain a low-key lifestyle. We have house parties and dinner parties and just hang out, Hathaway said. Im so delighted by (Adam). Hes all the things you want a partner to be. Sounds like a change from Hathaways high-profile ex-beau, real-estate scam artist Raffaello Follieri.
Why you love to hate Anne Hathaway
By Zayda Rivera / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, February 4, 2013, 9:20 AM Anne Hathaway, is that really you in there? Related Stories Oscars 2013: Adele is unlikely Twitter winner, netting most mentions during Academy Awards Is Anne Hathaway channeling her inner Michael Jackson? The 30-year-old Les Miserables actress is already getting raves for her singing performance in the Oscar-nominated film, but now Hathaway appears to be pulling a trick from the King of Pops bag – going incognito during a stroll in Los Angeles Saturday. RELATED: ANNE HATHAWAY IN ‘LES MIZ’ INSPIRES PARODIES TO POP UP Wearing an oversized sun hat, shades and a handkerchief over her nose, cheeks and mouth, Hathaway apparently decided to keep a low profile midst a busy awards season. Im just thrilled I have dental, Hathaway joked during her acceptance speech when she snagged the SAG Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress, but its hard to see those pearly whites with her face almost entirely covered up. Matt Sayles/Matt Sayles/Invision/AP That’s more like it! The singer flaunts her big smile at the SAG Awards. If it werent for her walking closely with husband Adam Shulman, who she married in September, and their dog Esmeralda, the actress would have been hard to spot. The Dark Knight Rises star also said she is looking forward to some down time when awards season comes to an end after the Oscars on Feb. 24. RELATED: HATHAWAY: ‘DEVASTATING. THEY SAW EVERYTHING’ Ill be hosting lots of dinners at my house, she said in an interview. Were nesting, playing with my dog were chilling. Hathaway may even begin a family with Shulman while shes temporarily unemployed, she said, since production for the Steven Spielberg film she was set to begin working on is currently delayed.
Anne Hathaway goes undercover while strolling with husband Adam Shulman
We dare you. Such high-brow hatred is usually reserved for the elite, say a Gwyneth Paltrow, but Hathaway currently reigns supreme as the star so many love to hate. Like really hate. In a deep, visceral way that makes it hard even to pinpoint why. “People do not like Anne Hathaway,” wrote Brian Moylan of Hollywood.com . “They use the word ‘hate’ a lot when they talk about her. And their hatred is vehement, like Itchy’s for Scratchy, like the Hatfields’ for the McCoys, and Taylor Swift’s for every man who she has ever talked to since her 15th birthday.” Apparently this really holds true for women of the universe. Even in the midst of The Onion tweeting a vulgar term during the Academy Awards about 9-year-old best actress nominee Quvenzhane Wallis, there was still time to bash Hathaway. “And what the Onion missed is that it’s Anne Hathaway who’s the real (expletive). Right EVERY WOMAN ON THE INTERNET?” tweeted Buzzfeed’s Jack Moore . So what’s the deal? Why so much hate for an actress who defined cute in “The Princess Diaries” and held her own against Meryl Streep in “The Devil Wears Prada”? Richard Lawson of The Atlantic Wire told Hollywood.com’s Moylan that Hathaway has “got this theater kid thing where she adopts the mood of every situation she’s in — rude and bawdy on ‘Chelsea Lately,’ poised and ‘classy’ at the Oscars, etc. — but wildly overcompensates every time.” Lawson continued, “She always seems like she’s performing, and her favorite act is this overstated humility and graciousness.” Writer Victoria Wellman is one half of the Oratory Laboratory, a site that helps clients craft speeches.
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