“Call me Annie. Everybody, everybody, call me Annie. Please,” she stated throughout a video look on the present on Tuesday.
“When I was 14 years old I did a commercial and I had to get my SAG (Screen Actors Guild) card and they asked me ‘what do you want your name to be?’
“And I’m like, effectively it ought to be my title — my title is Anne Hathaway… and that appeared like the appropriate selection, however it by no means occurred to me that for the remainder of my life individuals would call me Anne,” she told Fallon in the interview.
“The solely one who ever calls me Anne is my mom, and he or she solely does it when she’s actually mad at me. Like, actually mad.
“And so every time I step out in public and someone calls my name I think they’re going to yell at me,” she joked. “Call me anything but Anne.”
“Locked Down,” who she stars in with Chiwetel Ejiofor, tells the story of a pair examined by the restrictions of quarantine and builds out to embody a heist plot with appearances from Ben Stiller, Ben Kingsley and Dule Hill.
Hathaway, who’s 38 and has a 4-year-old and 1-year-old with husband Adam Shulman, additionally spoke to Fallon about caring for her youngsters throughout lockdown.
“It’s been a lot,” she stated, “but those are good ages to be home with your kids because our 4-year-old believes everything we tell him — and that’s adorable as well as very useful — and our 1-year-old… it’s just the most magic age.”
Hathaway has beforehand shared her help for women combating infertility.
“Sending you further love.”
CNN’s Brian Lowry and Kendall Trammell contributed to this report.
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