Anne Hathaway Finds Vegans Inspiring

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White Queen

 

“When I was trying to work her out, I kept saying to myself, ‘She is a punk-rock, vegan pacifist.’ So I listened to a lot of Blondie, I watched a lot of Greta Garbo movies, and I looked at a lot of the artwork of Dan Flavin.”
Anne Hathaway on what inspired her character in Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland.

The movie hits theaters on March 5, and that very important date is already in my planner—but I’m having a hard time choosing a favorite character. Johnny Depp’s Mad Hatter or Anne Hathaway’s vegan-inspired White Queen? Oh dear.

Written by Shawna Flavell

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