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They might restart it, or Anne Hathaway has a “tempting” concept for a Devil Wears Prada sequel.

“Simply put, I believe that movie was made in a different period. Now that everything is digital, “After their joint portrait at NYFW, Hathaway spoke with Anna Wintour and shared what they discussed.
What is one thing that is more difficult to obtain than ten or fifteen Calvin Klein skirts? The Devil Wears Prada’s sequel Even while a sequel isn’t technically in the works, Oscar-winning actress Anne Hathaway has a great notion for what the characters may be doing to years from now.

In response to a query from cohost Alyssa Farah Griffin on a potential David Frankel movie sequel, which followed Hathaway’s character Andy Sachs, a wide-eyed, out-of-his-depth journalist who lands a job at a fashion magazine run by the ruthless Miranda Priestly, Hathaway said on Tuesday’s episode of The View, “I don’t know if there can be” (Meryl Streep).

“Simply put, I believe that movie was made in a different period. Since everything is now so digital and that film was focused on the idea of creating a physical object, the world today is very different “Hathaway continued by speculating as to the whereabouts of the characters from the movie, including Stanley Tucci’s devoted art director Nigel and Emily Blunt’s sassy assistant Emily. “It is alluring to imagine that Andy and Emily are on their way to Italy to pick up Stanley Tucci from a restaurant when Miranda needs her coffee and is somewhere in Europe. Although it’s enticing, I don’t believe it will actually happen. They might start over, hire some fresh faces, and carry it out.”
The 39-year-old Armageddon Time star also talked about her newsworthy appearance at New York Fashion Week in September, where she sat next to Vogue editor Anna Wintour, whose magazine served as the inspiration for Lauren Weisberger, a former employee, to write the book that became the basis for the movie The Devil Wears Prada. She was dressed in a look that is eerily similar to Andy’s outfit at the end of the movie.

“It just took place. I was planned to wear another dress, but Michael Kors sent over two gorgeous costumes and the shoes didn’t fit on the one I was planning to wear, so I ended up wearing the second one instead. A new hairstylist I was working with said, “Oh, a turtleneck, let’s put your hair up in a ponytail,” “Hathaway thought back. On the way out the door, I glanced in the mirror and thought, “Oh, that’s sort of amusing. I wonder if anyone’s going to notice?”

She said that she didn’t discuss the supposedly inadvertent remark with Wintour; rather, they spoke “about tennis.” I have to admit, I was always so impressed that she turned up to the charity screening that we did at The Devil Wears Prada, wearing Prada, so I think she’s got a fantastic sense of humour, Hathaway said in response when panellist Joy Behar questioned her on her sentiments about Wintour.
In honour of the movie’s 15th anniversary, the cast and crew provided a similar account to Entertainment Weekly the previous year.

“Anna attended the first New York showing. She wore Prada and sat just in front of David and I, demonstrating her amazing sense of humour.” Aline Brosh McKenna, a screenwriter, stated.

Frankel also said “She was being pushed through the screening by her daughter, who said, “They got it right!” A few years later, I was in Miami for a tennis competition. I was sat behind her and made an attempt to introduce myself once it was finished. She withdrew her hand from [my handshake] when I introduced myself as The Devil Wears Prada’s director, David Frankel.”

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