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Anne Hathaway knew she would 'disappoint'
Anne Hathaway says she knew her performance in 'One Day' would disappoint fans.
Anne - who plays student Emma in the film adaptation of David Nicholl's novel - says the character is too 'loved' to please everyone.
Hathaway told FemaleFirst "Well I didn't realise how deeply loved the character was when I signed on to play Emma. I wish I didn't really know! It became even larger when people kept asking me, 'So you're playing Emma? Will you be doing this with the character? Will you be doing that?' I'm like, 'Oh my gosh, people know every word of this book,"
She went on to say that she came close to breaking down over the "pressure" of the role.
"Yes of course there was pressure, some days it got to me, yes there were days when I would liken it to walking between two dams with criticism on either side and you just hope, 'Please don't crumble today I really can't take it'."
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