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Anne Hathaway reveals second date with husband Adam Shulman was at Drew Barrymore's Halloween party


Anne Hathaway celebrated her eighth wedding anniversary last month with husband Adam Shulman.

And the Academy Award winner recently gave a glimpse at their love story, during a chat with pal Drew Barrymore.

She revealed her second date with the father of her children was at Barrymore’s Halloween party, as she made a remote appearance Thursday on The Drew Barrymore Show.

Love story: Anne Hathaway revealed her second date with the father of her children was at Drew Barrymore's Halloween party, as she made a remote appearance Thursday on The Drew Barrymore Show

Love story: Anne Hathaway revealed her second date with the father of her children was at Drew Barrymore’s Halloween party, as she made a remote appearance Thursday on The Drew Barrymore Show

The 37-year-old talked all things spooky with Barrymore, 45, who came prepared with a photo of Hathaway at that year’s party.

‘Do you know who the guy next to me is?’ Hathaway asked, as the talk show host responded: ‘Do tell.’

She explained of the photo, which depicted herself and Shulman, 39, looking terrified in a graveyard: ‘That’s my husband and your Halloween party was our second date.’

Hathaway married the actor/producer in September of 2012, and they share sons Jonathan, four, and Jack, 11 months.

Old pals: The 37-year-old talked all things spooky with Barrymore, 45, who came prepared with a photo of Hathaway at that year's party

Old pals: The 37-year-old talked all things spooky with Barrymore, 45, who came prepared with a photo of Hathaway at that year’s party

Young love: Hathaway explained of the photo, which depicted herself and Shulman, 39, looking terrified in a graveyard: 'That¿s my husband and your Halloween party was our second date'

Young love: Hathaway explained of the photo, which depicted herself and Shulman, 39, looking terrified in a graveyard: ‘That’s my husband and your Halloween party was our second date’

Happy family: She married the actor/producer in September of 2012, and they share sons Jonathan, four, and Jack, 11 months (pictured in January, 2020)

Happy family: She married the actor/producer in September of 2012, and they share sons Jonathan, four, and Jack, 11 months (pictured in January, 2020)

Barrymore reacted: ‘How crazy is that? And you looked so cute. You looked like a hot androgynous fem dude from like a Fellini film.’

The Princess Diaries star said: ‘That is probably the best compliment I’m going to get all day, maybe all week because that is my dream and kind of what I always aspire to. My costume that year was Lost Angeles. I imagined that I was a starlet who had fallen on hard times and been run over.

‘And my hairdo in that was a wig that reminded me of a Seventeen Magazine shoot that you did when I was a teenager that I spent all summer trying to replicate but it was impossible because you have angel hair and mine is lovely but it is brown and straight.’

She also revealed what she and Adam had in mind for the family’s Halloween costumes this year.

Baby witch: She revealed one of her own favorite childhood costumes last week on Instagram , while promoting her HBO Max adaptation of The Witches

Baby witch: She revealed one of her own favorite childhood costumes last week on Instagram , while promoting her HBO Max adaptation of The Witches

Born for it: The Ocean's 8 star posted a throwback of herself in a black witches hat, worn over a curly rainbow wig, along with an image of her portraying the Grand High Witch

Born for it: The Ocean’s 8 star posted a throwback of herself in a black witches hat, worn over a curly rainbow wig, along with an image of her portraying the Grand High Witch

Big shoes to fill: She takes over the starring role from the 1983 Roald Dahl book, which was previously played by Anjelica Huston, 69, in the iconic 1990 film

Big shoes to fill: She takes over the starring role from the 1983 Roald Dahl book, which was previously played by Anjelica Huston, 69, in the iconic 1990 film

Paying tribute: Hathaway took to Instagram earlier this month to pay tribute to her predecessor

Paying tribute: Hathaway took to Instagram earlier this month to pay tribute to her predecessor

Hathaway explained: ‘So Jonathan is very into the Cars movie franchise so he is going to be Lightning McQueen and Adam is going to be Doc Hudson.

‘And Jack who is 11 months old is climbing on everything, so he is going to be a monkey and I am going to be holding him all night so I am going to be a tree.’

She revealed one of her own favorite childhood costumes last week on Instagram, while promoting her HBO Max adaptation of The Witches.

The Ocean’s 8 star posted a throwback of herself in a black witches hat, worn over a curly rainbow wig, along with an image of her portraying the Grand High Witch.

She takes over the starring role from the 1983 Roald Dahl book, which was previously played by Anjelica Huston, 69, in the iconic 1990 film. 

Getting in character: She told People this month what went into making their version of the fabulous children's book villainess

Getting in character: She told People this month what went into making their version of the fabulous children’s book villainess

Group effort: Hathaway said: 'The Grand High Witch was a total collaboration between costumes, hair and make-up, the writers, my dialect coach, the effects department, stunts, [director] Bob Zemeckis and myself'

Group effort: Hathaway said: ‘The Grand High Witch was a total collaboration between costumes, hair and make-up, the writers, my dialect coach, the effects department, stunts, [director] Bob Zemeckis and myself’

Glam team: She previously took to Instagram with a time-lapse video of the long prosthetic makeup process, writing: 'Everyone: It¿s magic! Me: #TheWitchesMovie'

Glam team: She previously took to Instagram with a time-lapse video of the long prosthetic makeup process, writing: ‘Everyone: It’s magic! Me: #TheWitchesMovie’

Hathaway took to Instagram earlier this month to pay tribute to her predecessor: ‘Would you please take a moment to join me in celebrating Anjelica Huston’s flawless and iconic turn as The Grand High Witch?

‘Her performance is magnificent – witty, unforgettable, scary as hell and sheer perfection (the scene where she pushes the baby down the cliff still gives me chills to this day.) I just wanted to say, one AH to another, that I tip my wig to the O.G.G.H.W. Anjelica Huston. #WitchesAreReal #TheWitchesMovie’

The Princess Diaries star serves her own campy take on the character in the Robert Zemeckis-directed film, which was written by Zemeckis, Kenya Barris and Guillermo del Toro. 

She told People this month what went into making their version of the fabulous children’s book villainess. 

Hathaway said: ‘The Grand High Witch was a total collaboration between costumes, hair and make-up, the writers, my dialect coach, the effects department, stunts, [director] Bob Zemeckis and myself.

Reunited: Hathaway also gushed about working with Stanley Tucci, 59, again, for the first time since they co-stared in the 2006 hit film The Devil Wears Prada

Reunited: Hathaway also gushed about working with Stanley Tucci, 59, again, for the first time since they co-stared in the 2006 hit film The Devil Wears Prada

Onscreen chemistry: She told People: 'He was always getting me to laugh and break character on The Devil Wears Prada, so I felt really proud when I got him to giggle and break with my accent on The Witches'

Onscreen chemistry: She told People: ‘He was always getting me to laugh and break character on The Devil Wears Prada, so I felt really proud when I got him to giggle and break with my accent on The Witches’

‘She is such a weirdo – so silly and over the top – and everyone had to work together to be on the same page so it felt big and entertaining but never too much.’

She previously took to Instagram with a time-lapse video of the long prosthetic makeup process, writing: ‘Everyone: It’s magic! Me: #TheWitchesMovie’

The Dark Knight Rises actress sat in a makeup chair with a bald cap on, as she was covered from the neck up in blue and green goo and a thick plaster, making a mould of her head.

She leads of crew of stylish undercover witches at a hotel in 1960s Alabama, where they hold their annual conference and enact their plot to turn children into mice. 

The film also stars Octavia Spencer and Stanley Tucci, with the voices of Chris Rock and Kristin Chenoweth, now available on HBO Max.

Movie night: The Witches was originally set for an October theatrical premiere, but it was recently given an October 22 release date on HBO Max, amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Movie night: The Witches was originally set for an October theatrical premiere, but it was recently given an October 22 release date on HBO Max, amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic



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