Anne Hathaway stands out in a marmalade coat while taking a call… after being cast as the wife of shamed WeWork founder Adam Neumann
Anne Hathaway has mastered the art of being a woman on the go.
The 38-year-old Devil Wears Prada star was seen pacing outside an office building in Santa Monica on Thursday as she took a phone call ahead of a business meeting.
Looking chic in a marmalade colored coat, Hathaway was seen quickly switching out her sneakers for heels before heading into a meeting with husband Adam Shulman.
Business casual: Anne Hathaway, 38, flexes her business casual style in an orange coat and sneakers as she takes a phone call in Santa Monica ahead of a business meeting
Leaning into color, she layered a pink T-shirt underneath the knee length jacket and sported a red face mask.
She opted for jeans on the bottom and a pair of Nike sneakers to reduce maximum time in heels.
The mother of two topped the look off with a pair of sunglasses and a black purse adorned with white geometric patterns, keeping her hair tied back in a bun.
Anne – who urged the public to call her ‘Annie’ on an episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon – recently snagged a role in a new Amazon anthology project, Solos, alongside Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren and Uzo Aduba to name a few.
Comfort first: She was seen swapping shoes before the meeting as she tried to minimize a long day in dress shoes by bringing sneakers
The seven part series will analyze human connection as explored through the lens of an individual. The character-driven episodes will shed light on different perspectives during various moments in time, ultimately showing that everyone is connected through human experience.
Additionally she has signed on to a new project called WeCrashed for Apple TV alongside Jared Leto, that will delve into the drama of failed real estate startup WeWork.
The pair will portray WeWork founder Adam Neumann and his wife Rebekah, the upper echelon couple who ultimately landed in hot water when the business billed itself as a tech company.
Busy bee: Hathaway has snagged two new tv roles – a project for Amazon called Solos and an Apple TV program called WeCrashed
Hathaway and Leto will both be given executive producer credits on the show.
Though many seeing the Oceans 8 actress as incredibly likable both on and off screen, she recently talked to The Sun about dealing with online trolls over the course of her acting career.
‘I did have my monster out there, I did have the internet turn on me and hate me and it was like a whole big thing,’ she said, calling it ‘a really good thing for me personally.’
She said that she saw it as an opportunity to be ’empowered,’ ultimately learning not to sweat the bad stuff and just ‘flow with it.’
No sweat: The Oceans 8 actress said she learn to be ’empowered’ from encounters with online trolls, learning to ‘flow with it’ and not sweat the small stuff; pictured January 2020