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Anne Hathaway Says She Is A Grateful Happy Witch In The Spookiest Season Of The Year

Anne Hathaway Says She Is A Grateful Happy Witch In The Spookiest Season Of The Year

Successful actress Anne Hathaway has been working on her new movie The Witches for a long time. Hathaway, who shared many posts about the film on social media and attracted a lot of attention from her followers, seems to have been under the influence of her character, and in her last post, she shared a picture within flowers and expressed her happiness via her official Instagram account.

The 37-year-old beautiful actress played in the remake of the 1990’s witch movie, The Witches, which is based on the Roald Dahl’s 1983 classic book. While Hathaway appears before the audience as the Grand High Witch in this movie, she looks quite fantastic and marvelous.

The Witches movie features names such as Anne Hathaway, Octavia Spencer, Stanley Tucci, Chris Rock and Jahzir Bruno. The film is about the story of a young boy who is turned into a mouse after encountering a few witches who were not well-intentioned and then their comic, spooky and fantastic adventures begin.

A few days ago, Anne Hathaway had explained to her followers that, even though the film was released without a premiere, it was not a problem and she still got dressed for the announcement. In a red beautiful dress, she announced that the film was launched on HBO Max on October 22.

Yesterday, Hathaway posted another photo of herself among flowers in a garden and because it was the spookiest season of the year she continued to call herself as a witch and celebrated the success of her film with a short caption stating that she was very grateful and happy.

Here’s what she captioned:

“🌼🔮Grateful Happy Witch🔮🌼”

Check out the post below.

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🌼🔮Grateful Happy Witch🔮🌼

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