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Video: Anne Hathaway Talks Award Season Stress and Hanging Out With Spielberg at the Oscars Luncheon

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Anne Hathaway has been on a roll this award season, scoring tons of awards for her supporting role as Fantine in Les Misérables. The actress stopped by the Oscars luncheon on Monday, where she talked to reporters about the highs and lows of her award season so far, upcoming projects, and, of course - what we might see her wear on Oscars night.

Anne Hathaway has been on a roll this award season, scoring tons of awards for her supporting role as Fantine in Les Misérables. The actress stopped by the Oscars luncheon on Monday, where she talked to reporters about the highs and lows of her award season so far, upcoming projects, and, of course - what we might see her wear on Oscars night.">
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