Fans Praise Anne Hathaway And Declare That “Rom-Com Is Back” After Her New Movie’s 100% Rotten Tomatoes Score

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After it was reported that Anne Hathaway‘s new movie would be available on streaming services, fans praised it as a huge success.

Commencing on May 2, the film follows the story of a divorced mother’s romance with the lead singer of the world’s largest boyband.

Fans responded well to the film on social media, as evidenced by Rotten Tomatoes, where it currently has a 100% rating.

This is based on a limited sample size of only eight reviews because the movie hasn’t been released in theaters yet internationally.

Others have drawn attention to how much the movie’s plot deviates from the novel on which it is based.

In the film in question, The Idea Of You, Anne, 41, plays Solene, a divorced mother who, at her ex-husband’s insistence, brings her teenage daughter to Coachella.

Unexpectedly, Solene develops romantic feelings for 24-year-old Hayes Campbell, the lead singer of the well-known boy band August Moon.

Anne Hathaway

On X, the formerly Twitter,a user responded to the idea that there will be moments in the movie where it is funnier than in the book by saying, ‘This review of the idea of you is so interesting… it’s actually a romcom?’ – in response to a review that said ‘the romcom [genre] is back’.

Another person wrote, “Looks like they axed a ton of the source material & completely shifted the tone to be a romcom…”

Remarked a third person who had also read the book, “The script is so simple and sweet” lets hope it is. Some of the excerpts I read from the book are terrifying”.

A further post provided a broader perspective on how movie plots frequently diverge from the books they are based on, saying, “Probably one of the best things to ever happen is that adaptations of books are always different from the actual thing so let’s hope it becomes something nice to watch.”

Anne Hathaway

Prior to its May release, the picture, in which Anne co-stars with Nicholas Galitzine, made its debut on Saturday at SXSW.

During the Q&A following the film, Anne broke down in tears when discussing how coming-of-age stories don’t always have to be about young people.

“We talk about coming-of-age stories as being something that happens to you in the earliest part of your life, and I don’t know about you, but I feel like I keep blooming,” Anne told her loyal fans.

During the Q&A, Anne had to hold back her tears as the audience cheered her. “I can’t talk,” she said as her voice broke.

A fan who shouted “I love you.” to which Anne replied, “I love you so much,”

Anne continued, “You have no idea the gift that you’ve just given us with your responsiveness, by being so connected to every little nuance in this. I will never forget this screening.”

“When Cathy [Schulman] and Gabrielle [Union] so generously offered me the part, I was thrilled to say yes,” Anne added.

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