Anne Hathaway shares her 'resting witch face' in selfie from the set of Roald Dahl's The Witches
Anne Hathaway shared a year-old behind-the-scenes selfie from her make-up trailer on the Surrey, England set of Roald Dahl's The Witches, which starts streaming this Thursday on HBO Max.
The 37-year-old Oscar winner - who boasts 29.2M Instagram/Facebook followers - captioned her Sunday snap as The Grand High Witch: 'Resting witch face.'
Anne's vampy look and Heath Ledger Joker-style smile scars were courtesy of her very own personal hair and make-up artist, Paula Price.
'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,' Hathaway recently told People.
'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.'
Last Wednesday, the former child star's onscreen nemesis - Octavia Spencer - shared her own BTS on-set snap of her character The Grandmother lounging on a couch.
The 47-year-old Oscar winner also posted a video of herself goofing around with her three mice castmates and singing Dionne Warwick's 1985 song That's What Friends Are For.
In the Oscar-winning director's 1967-set remake of the 1983 children's novel, Spencer and her seven-year-old orphaned grandson Charlie (Jahzir Bruno) face off against a coven set on transforming children into mice.
In Dahl's novel, all witches possess purple eyes, bald heads, elongated mouths, claws instead of hands, no toes, and larger sensitive nostrils - which they try ...
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