Jill Layton
Updated Apr 04, 2017 @ 3:13 pm
2016 Guggenheim International Gala
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This may catch you off-guard, but there are a lot of people who hate Anne Hathaway. In fact, the haters even have a club name — the Hatha-haters. Their hatred is confusing and unreasonable, but it’s a thing that has been going on since 2012 after a series of unfortunate events that resulted in people not appreciating what she had to say in interviews. She also rubbed people the wrong way during her infamous 2013 Oscar speech, which really sealed the Hatha-hating deal.

But here’s the thing — although she gets that certain parts of society dislike her, Hathaway is tired of hearing about it. And we don’t blame her.

The actress chatted with Jezebel during a press junket for her new movie Colossal. She said that in almost every interview she does, the absurd phenomenon surrounding complete strangers’ hatred toward her is brought up.

She admitted that she used to let it get to her, but now she doesn’t let it affect her in the same way.

Hathaway explained that the weird hatred people have for her is totally out of her control.

But she was at least able to learn how to grow from it.

To all the Hatha-haters, it’s probably time to let it go. You’ve made your point.