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Anne Hathaway Wants To Get Inspiration From A Successful Actress But Realizes They Have Nothing In Common

Anne Hathaway Wants To Get Inspiration From A Successful Actress But Realizes They Have Nothing In Common

After her latest movie ‘The Witches‘ faced backlash from the disabled community, the famous actress Anne Hathaway has reduced the frequency of posting on social media. Hathaway, who fell silent after the reaction and failure of her film, which she worked hard, made a sharing on Instagram for the first time on World AIDS Day.

Many famous names are trying to raise awareness on World AIDS Day, which is celebrated to draw attention to the AIDS disease that causes the death of many people in the world and to collect aid for the treatment of those who suffer from this disease.

On Tuesday, Anne Hathaway shared a post on this topic and revealed that when she was getting prepared for her character Daphne Kluger for the Ocean’s 8 movie, she thought it would be fun to base her on Elizabeth Taylor.

When she was researching about Elizabeth Taylor, she came across her biography and understood that they had nothing in common with Daphne Kluger, except their love of diamonds and open necklines.

In 1992, Elizabeth Taylor founded the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and tried to focus on care and education about AIDS prevention. Therefore, Anne Hathaway pointed out how she was a treasure of humanity in her contributions to take action in such an important issue.

Anne Hathaway encouraged her followers to keep Elizabeth Taylor’s work going by raising awareness and make aids on World AIDS Day.

Here the caption:

“When I began dreaming up Daphne Kluger, I thought it would be fun to base her on Elizabeth Taylor. I tore into a biography about Liz, and quickly realized that the similarities would have to end at their love of diamonds (okay, and open necklines).

Simply put, Daphne could never. Liz was a treasure of humanity and her contributions to raising our collective compassion – and converting those feelings into action – cannot be overstated.

I would like to commend her and her game-changing work in raising awareness and much-needed funds on this #WorldAIDSDay. She truly changed the world. Now it’s up to us to keep her work going xx@elizabethtayloraidsfoundation”

Check out the post below.

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