Anne Hathaway Is Unemployed, Planning to Relax With Husband Adam Shulman

Celebrity News Jan. 28, 2013 AT 6:20PM
Adam Shulman and Anne Hathaway attend the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 27, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. Adam Shulman and Anne Hathaway attend the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 27, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. Credit: Michael Kovac/WireImage

Anne Hathaway needs work! While walking the red carpet in a Giambattista Valli gown at the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in L.A. Jan. 27, the Dark Knight Rises actress revealed she has no projects in the pipeline.

"I had a film lined up that we'd taken a breath on, so I'm unemployed. It's such a funny experience to sort of be here and be in some ways at the pinnacle of what you can achieve as an actor, but also know that you don't have a job," she said on Access Hollywood. "That is the life of an actor!"

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As she searches for her next movie role, Hathaway will be spending extra time with her jewelry designer husband, Adam Shulman. "I'll be hosting lots of dinners at my house," she said. "We're nesting, playing with my dog -- we're chilling."

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Hathaway picked up her first-ever Screen Actors Guild award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role. In her acceptance speech, the Les Miserables star, 30, briefly mentioned her husband, 31. "I'll tell you why I love you later," she told Shulman.

Speaking to Extra later that evening, Hathaway explained that she was "running out of time" and could have "gone on about him" for hours.

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"It's an amazing feeling to be seen by someone you respect so deeply and to be loved and cherished. I had never really been cherished in a relationship before this one and it's the best feeling in the world," Hathaway raved of her husband, whom she wed in September 2012. "I just love him so much. This is why I didn't want to mention it up there. I'm tearing up right now."

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