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Cast member Anne Hathaway poses at the premiere of the film "Song One" during the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, on Monday, Jan. 20, 2014, in Park City, Utah. (Photo by Danny Moloshok/Invision/AP)
Anne Hathaway at Sundance dismisses report of near drowning
First Published Jan 21 2014 11:46 am • Last Updated Jan 22 2014 12:57 pm

Park City • Don’t worry, Anne Hathaway is OK.

Recently paparazzi photos circulated of the Oscar-winner on vacation in Hawaii with her husband and looking like she was having an emergency while in the ocean. Reports stated she had gotten caught in a riptide, was injured and had to be rescued.

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While attending the Sundance premiere of her movie "Song One," Hathaway said: "I’m fine. ... I really do appreciate everybody’s concern but that was a picture that had a false story attached to it. The real story is not as interesting."

She also joked to a reporter that someone told her to say she was playing Charades and "pulled Titanic."

"Song One" stars Hathaway as a woman estranged from her family but returns home when her brother is in a serious accident. While she deals with her emotions as her brother is in a coma, she explores the Brooklyn music scene.

Hathaway does sing in the film and says it was far less pressure than when she had to sing "I Dreamed a Dream" for "Les Miserables."

"It wasn’t as much pressure because my character is not a singer, a musician anything, so there is no pressure to, I don’t know — to please the fans of the music I guess," she said.

"Song One" is directed by Katie Barker-Froyland and also stars Ben Rosenfeld, Johnny Flynn and Mary Steenburgen.




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