'It's thrilling': Anne Hathaway spills the beans on 'Princess Diaries 3'
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Anne Hathaway has recently been making headlines for her spectacular clothing choices that closely resembled Andy from 'Devil wears Prada'. Hathaway has now managed to spin her fans' heads one more time as she spoke about 'The Princess Diaries' third installment. The coming-of-age comedy film was produced by Walt Disney Pictures and directed by Garry Marshall. Loosely based on Meg Cabot's 2000 young adult novel of the same name, the film was written by Gina Wendkos and starred Anne Hathaway (her feature film debut) and Julie Andrews, with a supporting cast consisting of Hector Elizondo, Heather Matarazzo, Mandy Moore, Caroline Goodall, and Robert Schwartzman.
It is understandable why the film franchise is so close to Hathaway's heart. A month ago, Julie Andrews admitted it is highly unlikely she would return if 'Princess Diaries 3' happens, as she thinks "it’s probably not going to be possible," because of her age portrayed in the film. Regardless, Hathaway seems to be pretty thrilled after seeing fans' psyched reaction to the possibility of 'Princess Diaries 3.'
In a recent interview with People, the Academy award-winning actress, Anne Hathaway, admitted that it was "thrilling" to "see the level of excitement for it." Hathaway even shared her thoughts on the development process.
“We feel the exact same, and I know it’s probably very frustrating,” she said. “It’s a process that requires patience, and so everybody should consider themselves a part of the movie business now, because this is how long it actually takes to make things.”
Furthermore, it was confirmed in November that another chapter of 'The Princess Diaries' saga was in the works at Disney and being penned by Aadrita Mukerji. Debra Martin Chase was also reported to be returning to produce the new film. Hathaway, who has not officially signed for the new film, had expressed interest in being part of a new 'Princess Diaries' movie.
Anne Hathaway's debut film was an unexpected commercial success, grossing over $165 million worldwide. Despite earning mixed reviews for its plot and themes, Hathaway's performance was widely praised by film critics.