Hathaway keen on The Devil Wears Prada sequel

Hathaway keen on The Devil Wears Prada sequel

Anne Hathaway would "love" to appear in a sequel to 'The Devil Wears Prada'.

The Oscar-winning actress starred in the popular 2006 comedy-drama, which also featured Meryl Streep and Emily Blunt, and has revealed she would be keen to rekindle the story.

Asked whether she would like to appear in a sequel, the 31-year-old star told 'The Graham Norton Show': "Wouldn't that be fun? I'd love to do that but I don't know if there is any plan for it."

Hathaway - who is currently promoting her new movie 'Interstellar' - revealed she is particularly keen to work with Streep, describing her as "the most amazing, magical, warm person".

She added: "She's fun and super maternal. When I met her she gave me a huge hug and I'm like, 'Oh my god, we are going to have the best time on this movie', and then she's like, 'Ah sweetie, that's the last time I'm nice to you'.

"She then went into her trailer and came out the ice queen and that was really the last I saw of 'Meryl' for months, until we promoted the film."

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