Anne Hathaway shares her 'resting witch face' in selfie from the set of Roald Dahl's The Witches

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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