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List of Anne Hathaway Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Devil Wears Prada (2006)
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12
The Devil Wears Prada
PG-13
155
12

Andrea Sachs is a recently graduated aspiring journalist with little sense of fashion who lands the dream job of assisting Miranda Priestly, the editor-in-chief of a sophisticated fashion magazine. She decides to tolerate her abusive boss for a year to advance her career in journalism, but as her lifestyle changes dramatically, she must set her priorities straight.

Role:
Andy Sachs
Directed By:
David Frankel
2. Ella Enchanted (2004)
87
11
Ella Enchanted
PG
87
11

The gift of obedience, Ella received as a child from her fairy grandmother, forces her to obey every command she receives. Trouble starts when after her mother’s death her father remarries and her stepmother and her stepsisters use it to humiliate her. The only way left for her is to find her godmother and ask her to take her gift back. 

Role:
Ella
Directed By:
Tommy O'Haver
3. The Princess Diaries (2001)
131
14
The Princess Diaries
G
131
14

Launching Anne Hathaway into stardom, The Princess Diaries is a teen comedy film that showcases the transformation of an ordinary 16-year-old schoolgirl from San Francisco into the princess of Genovia. Mia Thermopolis is a high school student who suddenly discovers that she is royalty and tries to learn the nuances of becoming a princess from her grandmother whilst navigating school life.

Role:
Mia Thermopolis
Starring:
Julie Andrews, Mandy Moore, Sandra Oh, Hector Elizondo, Heather Matarazzo
Directed By:
4. Bride Wars (2009)
66
8
Bride Wars
PG
66
8

Best friends since childhood, Emma Allan and Olivia ‘Liv’ Lerner have been planning their weddings since they were kids, including the same destination New York’s Plaza Hotel. When a clerical error puts their wedding on the same day, they find their lifelong friendship in jeopardy as each tries to sabotage the other’s wedding. 

Role:
Emma
Starring:
Kate Hudson, Chris Pratt, Bryan Greenberg, Steve Howey
Directed By:
Gary Winick
5. The Intern (2015)
134
16
The Intern
PG-13
134
16

70 years old Ben Whittaker becomes an intern in the fast-growing fashion company. While initially skeptical about him, the company’s young CEO Jules Ostin is won over by his charm and dedication along with her co-workers. Ben not only becomes her friend but his wisdom helps her deal with her personal issues. 

Role:
Jules
Starring:
Robert De Niro, Rene Russo, Linda Lavin, Michael Mann, Anders Holm, JoJo Kushner
Directed By:
Nancy Meyers
6. The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004)
82
10
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
G
82
10

Princess Mia Thermopolis has just graduated from Princeton. She returns to Genovia, only to find that she must marry within a month or lose her right as heir to the throne. She must also contend with her feelings for Lord Devereaux whose scheming uncle Viscount Mabrey wants his nephew to become the next king. 

Role:
Mia Thermopolis
Starring:
Directed By:
7. One Day (2011)
89
18
One Day
PG-13
89
18

After spending the night of their college graduation together, Emma and Dexter decides to meet every year on 15th July and see where they stand in life. Despite being smart, Emma doesn’t seem to find success quite easily, unlike Dexter. Although over the years, their lives take different directions, eventually they grow apart from the other people in their lives and realize that they belong to one another.

Role:
Emma
Starring:
Romola Garai, Jim Sturgess, Tom Mison, Jodie Whittaker, Tim Key
Directed By:
Lone Scherfig
8. The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
105
27
The Dark Knight Rises
PG-13
105
27

Christopher Nolan concludes his The Dark Knight trilogy featuring DC superhero Batman by bringing him back from self-imposed exile to tackle the merciless mercenary Bane, who plans to take over Gotham city by controlling its dark underworld, with the help of the mysterious cat burglar Selina Kyle and his trusted butler Alfred.

Role:
Selina
Directed By:
9. Les Misérables (2012)
58
14
Les Misérables
PG-13
58
14

Based on Victor Hugo’s novel and a classic Broadway stage show, Les Misérables, narrates the story of Jean Valjean who after serving nineteen years in jail, breaks the parole to restart his life. He takes upon himself to bring up a factory worker’s daughter. However, a police inspector, Javert is after him.

Role:
Fantine
Directed By:
Tom Hooper
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture, BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress
10. Interstellar (2014)
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34
Interstellar
PG-13
118
34

In a post-apocalyptic Earth menaced by crop blights and dust storms, physicist Professor Brand sends a team of researchers led by former NASA pilot Cooper to carry frozen human embryos onboard spacecraft Endurance through a wormhole to a distant galaxy with three potentially habitable planets which can be the new home for the human race.

Directed By:
11. Alice in Wonderland (2010)
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14
Alice in Wonderland
PG
52
14

Produced by Walt Disney Pictures, Alice in Wonderland is loosely based on Lewis Carroll's fantasy novels and tells the story of a girl who has the power to slay the Jabberwocky, a dragon-like creature who is terrorizing the world. The film was praised for its visual style and special effects. 

Role:
White Queen
Starring:
Johnny Depp, Alan Rickman, Mia Wasikowska, Michael Sheen, Christopher Lee, Crispin Glover, Matt Lucas
Directed By:
12. The Oscars (2014)
9
4
The Oscars
TV-14
9
4
Role:
Herself - Presenter: Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Starring:
Ellen DeGeneres, Michael Fassbender, Bradley Cooper, Barkhad Abdi
Directed By:
Hamish Hamilton
13. Love & Other Drugs (2010)
108
32
Love & Other Drugs
R
108
32

Jamie Randall, a pharmaceutical sales representative who has a way with women, meets unconventional Maggie Murdock, diagnosed with early-stage Parkinsonism. As their relationship evolves, Jamie’s career soars high with onset of Viagra. He searches for cure for her condition while she wonders whether he would love her even if there is no hope for cure. So where does love takes the two?

Role:
Maggie Murdock
Starring:
Jake Gyllenhaal, Jill Clayburgh, Judy Greer, Katheryn Winnick, Hank Azaria, Josh Gad, Oliver Platt
Directed By:
Edward Zwick
14. Get Smart (2008)
48
14
Get Smart
PG-13
48
14

After the identities of secret agents are compromised following an attack at the spy agency, CONTROL, analyst Maxwell Smart is finally promoted to field agent and is paired with experienced and beautiful Agent 99. As they attempt to foil an evil plan by the terrorist organization KAOS, they realize that their identities were also compromised by a double-agent.

Role:
Agent 99
Starring:
Steve Carell, Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Nealon, Patrick Warburton, Alan Arkin, Bill Murray, Masi Oka
Directed By:
Peter Segal
15. The Other Side of Heaven (2001)
31
10
The Other Side of Heaven
PG
31
10
Role:
Jean Sabin
Starring:
Christopher Gorham, Joe Folau, Nathaniel Lees, Miriama Smith
Directed By:
Mitch Davis
16. Becoming Jane (2007)
31
11
Becoming Jane
PG
31
11

Based on the life of British author Jane Austen, the film depicts her lasting love for Tom Lefroy, at that time a penniless apprentice lawyer. An aspiring writer, she has many wealthy suitors; but chooses not accept them because such union may hamper her creativity. She cannot marry Tom either because his entire family depends on him. 

Role:
Jane Austen
Starring:
James McAvoy, Maggie Smith, James Cromwell, Ian Richardson, Julie Walters
Directed By:
Julian Jarrold
17. The Hustle (2018)
44
13
The Hustle
PG-13
44
13

Penny Rust is a low-level con artist who traps men into giving her money. Meanwhile, Josephine Chesterfield is a high-level con artist, who cons the world’s richest men. The two women unite to execute a con act against multiple wealthy men.

Starring:
Rebel Wilson, Tim Blake Nelson, Casper Christensen, Alex Sharp
Directed By:
Chris Addison
18. Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016)
35
12
Alice Through the Looking Glass
PG
35
12

After three years of traveling across the seas, Alice slips through the mirror to return to the Wonderland, where she meets all her old friends except Mad Hatter and learns that he is in a state of great shock because of his missing family. To save her loved ones, she must now travel into the past and to do that she must steal Chronosphere, an object that controls all of time in Wonderland.

Role:
Mirana
Starring:
Rhys Ifans, Stephen Fry, Meera Syal, Johnny Depp, Alan Rickman, Helena Bonham Carter, Mia Wasikowska
Directed By:
James Bobin
19. Passengers (2008)
35
16
Passengers
PG-13
35
16

Claire, a therapist working as a grief counselor, is working with five survivors of a plane crash who seem to recollect certain incidents that perhaps never took place. As she gets involved with one of them, the others begin to disappear mysteriously. 

Role:
Claire
Starring:
Dianne Wiest, Andre Braugher, Patrick Wilson, David Morse
Directed By:
Rodrigo García
20. The Witches (2020)
16
6
The Witches
PG
16
6

When an orphaned boy goes to rural Alabama town to live with his Grandma, he has a run in with some dazzling witches. The wise Grandma immediately takes him away to stay in a nearby hotel. But fatefully, the world’s Grand High Witch chooses the same hotel to hold a convention of the world’s witches to reveal her wicked plans.  

Role:
Grand High Witch
Starring:
Kristin Chenoweth, Chris Rock, Stanley Tucci
21. Valentine's Day (2010)
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Valentine's Day
PG-13
25
13

A Valentine’s Day witnesses remarkable ups and downs in some intersecting relationships in Los Angeles. Married-for-many-years grandparents wither a crisis, a lady army officer chats for hours with a businessman co-passenger, a florist plans to propose to his school-teacher girlfriend who has inadvertently fallen for a married man, whereas a sports-reporter is assigned to cover ‘Valentine’s Day’ ……which holds many more twists. 

Starring:
Julia Roberts, Taylor Lautner, Jennifer Garner, Patrick Dempsey, Emma Roberts, Queen Latifah, Eric Dane
Directed By:
22. Don Jon (2013)
20
12
Don Jon
R
20
12

Jon Martello, an Italian American bartender living in New Jersey, is addicted to porn. He meets and begins an affair with Barbara but is still dissatisfied and cannot leave his old habit. However, when he meets Esther, he begins to understand the true meaning of love and relationship.

Starring:
Cuba Gooding Jr., Meagan Good, Tony Danza, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Brie Larson, Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson
Directed By:
23. Dark Waters (2019)
13
9
Dark Waters
PG-13
13
9

A corporate defense lawyer, Rober Bilott, investigates a number of unexplained animal deaths and finds that one of the world's largest corporations is the reason behind it. He tries to expose them but finds that his life, his family and his future are all at stake. 

Role:
Sarah Bilott
Starring:
Mark Ruffalo, Bill Pullman, Timothy Francis Robbins, Victor Garber, Mare Winningham, Tim Robbins, Mare Winningham
Directed By:
Todd Haynes
24. Rachel Getting Married (2008)
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15
Rachel Getting Married
R
23
15

Kym, who has been in drug-rehab, is released for few days to attend her sister’s wedding. At the family home, she becomes an object of attention for watching eyes. Kym takes her father’s concern as his distrust, whereas Rachel resents her big day getting overshadowed by Kym. Her arrival brings back memories of past conflicts, bitterness and tragedy, affecting the family dynamics. 

Role:
Kym
Starring:
Sebastian Stan, Debra Winger, Roger Corman, Roslyn Ruff, Bill Irwin, Anna Deavere Smith
Directed By:
25. Brokeback Mountain (2005)
43
29
Brokeback Mountain
R
43
29

Rodeo cowboy Jack and ranch hand Ennis meet after they are hired as sheep herders in Wyoming and gradually develop a deep bond which culminates in a passionate romantic encounter on a drunken night on Brokeback Mountain. They soon settle separately, but continue a complicated affair for nearly two decades, leading to a tragedy.

Starring:
Heath Ledger, Anna Faris, David Harbour, Randy Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal
Directed By:
26. Colossal (2016)
19
12
Colossal
R
19
12

Gloria is a party girl who is forced to leave New York City and go back home. When she comes to know that a giant creature is causing destruction in Seoul, she comes to realize that she is somehow connected to this phenomenon.

Role:
Gloria
Starring:
Jason Sudeikis, Austin Stowell, Tim Blake Nelson, Dan Stevens
Directed By:
Nacho Vigalondo
27. Serenity (2018)
16
12
Serenity
R
16
12

Baker Dill is enjoying his life in Plymouth Island. However, his life turns upside down after Karen, his ex-wife tracks him down and offers him a huge amount of money. In exchange, she begs him to save her and their young son from her abusive but powerful husband, by getting rid of him.   

Starring:
Diane Lane, Jason Clarke, Matthew McConaughey, Djimon Hounsou
Directed By:
Steven Knight
28. Havoc (2005)
26
19
Havoc
R
26
19

Havoc is a crime drama film which tells the story of two teens Allison and Emily, living in New York. They belong to affluent families but their lives turn upside down after they get involved with Mexican drug dealers.

Role:
Allison Lang
Starring:
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Channing Tatum, Bijou Phillips, Shiri Appleby, Michael Biehn
Directed By:
Barbara Kopple
29. Song One (2014)
14
10
Song One
PG-13
14
10

Song One is a musical drama film which tells the story of Franny Ellis, a young girl whose musician brother Henry suffers an accident leading him to a coma. She returns home, and goes to great lengths to cure her ailing brother, which includes tracking down his favorite musician James Forester and asking him to pay a visit to Henry.

Role:
Franny
Starring:
Mary Steenburgen, Lola Kirke, Johnny Flynn, Sarah Steele
Directed By:
Kate Barker-Froyland
30. Locked Down (2021)
6
5
Locked Down
R
6
5
Role:
Linda
Starring:
Chiwetel Ejiofor, Mark Gatiss, Ben Kingsley, Mindy Kaling, Stephen Merchant
31. Nicholas Nickleby (2002)
8
12
Nicholas Nickleby
PG
8
12

Nicholas Nickleby is a young and compassionate man, but when his father passes away, his abusive uncle separates his family. He tries his best to save his family and friends, and prevent his sister’s marriage with Sir Hawk.

Starring:
Charlie Hunnam, Alan Cumming, Christopher Plummer, Barry Humphries, Nathan Lane, Romola Garai, Stella Gonet
Directed By:
Douglas McGrath
32. The Last Thing He Wanted (2020)
7
20
The Last Thing He Wanted
R
7
20

The Last Thing He Wanted is a mystery crime drama thriller film which tells the story of Elena McMahon, a dedicated journalist, who is struggling with several personal and professional issues. Things take a turn when her absentee father reappears in her life, and asks for her help. Showing early signs of dementia, he asks her to meet someone in Florida, for the “merchandise”, drop it off and collect the payment.

Role:
Elena McMahon
Starring:
Edi Gathegi, Willem Dafoe, Rosie Perez, Ben Affleck
Directed By:
Dee Rees
33. A Place in Time (2007)
3
4
A Place in Time
3
4
Role:
Herself
Starring:
Angelina Jolie, Hazel Armenante, Nicole Barré, Djimon Hounsou, Wyclef Jean
Directed By:
34. Don Peyote (2014)
5
16
Don Peyote
5
16
Role:
Agent of TRUTH
Starring:
Topher Grace, Jay Baruchel, Josh Duhamel, Dan Fogler
Directed By:
Michael Canzoniero, Dan Fogler

Animation Movies

The Simpsons
20
3
The Simpsons
TV-14
20
3
Starring:
Kathy Griffin, Steve Buscemi, Jon Hamm, Tom Waits, Fred Armisen, Dolly Parton, Hugh Laurie
Directed By:
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
Family Guy
17
4
Family Guy
TV-14
17
4
Starring:
Bryce Dallas Howard, Kelly Ripa, Seth MacFarlane, Jimmy Kimmel, Drew Carey, Ricky Gervais, Charlie Sheen
Directed By:
Neko no ongaeshi (2002)
8
3
Neko no ongaeshi
G
8
3

High school student Haru Yoshioka saves a cat’s life and learns that he is Prince Lune of the Cat Kingdom. The Cat King invites her to marry Prince Lune, so Haru is taken to Cat Kingdom where she finds that she is turning into a cat. Now, only large cat Muta and Baron, a cat figurine-come-to-life, can help her escape the ordeal.  

Role:
Haru (voice)
Starring:
Tim Curry, Kristen Bell, Judy Greer, Chizuru Ikewaki, Yoshihiko Hakamada, Aki Maeda, Takayuki Yamada
Directed By:
Hiroyuki Morita
Rio (2011)
11
5
Rio
TV-G
11
5

While being smuggled out of the country a male Spix's macaw accidentally ends up with Linda who names him Blu. He is tamed and never learns flying. Years later, in Rio de Janeiro, he meets the last female of his species, Jewel, but the two are kidnapped again. Blu must now overcome his fear of flying so that they can go back to Linda.

Role:
Jewel (voice)
Starring:
Wanda Sykes, Jane Lynch, Jake T. Austin, Leslie Mann, Jamie Foxx, Jemaine Clement, George Lopez
Directed By:
Carlos Saldanha
Hoodwinked! (2005)
6
3
Hoodwinked!
PG
6
3

Based on the famous folktale, the film shows Little Red Riding Hood arriving at her Granny’s home only to find Big Bad Wolf impersonating as the old woman. As the wolf tries to attack her, Granny jumps out of the closet and an axe-wielding woodman jumps in through the window. When the police arrive at the scene they start asking everyone their version of the story. 

Role:
Red (voice)
Starring:
Chazz Palminteri, Anthony Anderson, Tom Kenny, Tara Strong, Jim Belushi, Glenn Close, Patrick Warburton
Directed By:
Cory Edwards, Todd Edwards, Tony Leech
Rio 2 (2014)
7
4
Rio 2
G
7
4

Blu, Jewel and their three children move from Rio de Janeiro to the Amazon rainforests. As Blu, accustomed to city life, tries to acclimate in Amazon, he encounters his revenge-seeking old foe, Nigel and also, has to deal with his intimidating father-in-law, Eduardo. Besides, the habitat is threatened by illegal woodcutters out to destroy the life-forms. Can the couple avert this crisis? 

Role:
Jewel (voice)
Starring:
Jesse Eisenberg, Tracy Morgan, Miguel Ferrer, Rita Moreno, Kristin Chenoweth, Jamie Foxx, Leslie Mann
Directed By:
Carlos Saldanha

TV Shows

Documentary Now!
23
5
Documentary Now!
23
5
Starring:
Bill Hader, John Slattery, Paul Thomas Anderson, Peter Fonda, Jack Black, Faye Dunaway, Helen Mirren
Directed By:
Alexander Buono, Rhys Thomas
HitRECord on TV
11
3
HitRECord on TV
11
3
Starring:
Carla Gugino, Elle Fanning, Bryce Dallas Howard, Scarlett Johansson, Mindy Kaling, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Kali Thomas
Directed By:
Get Real
9
4
Get Real
9
4
Role:
Meghan Green
Starring:
Christina Milian, Mila Kunis, James Lafferty, Bill Nye, January Jones, Tom Arnold, Ellen Pompeo
Directed By:
Jefery Levy, Stephen Cragg, James Whitmore Jr., Richard Compton, David Grossman
Jenny Lewis: Just One of the Guys (2014)
7
3
Jenny Lewis: Just One of the Guys
7
3
Role:
Man
Starring:
Kristen Stewart, Brie Larson, Jenny Lewis, Tennessee Thomas
Directed By:
Jenny Lewis
Solos
5
4
Solos
16
5
4
Role:
Leah
Starring:
Anthony Mackie, Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman
Krystal Harris: Supergirl (2002)
3
3
Krystal Harris: Supergirl
3
3
Role:
Mia Thermopolis (uncredited)
Starring:
Julie Andrews, Krystal, Hector Elizondo, Heather Matarazzo
Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd Out of Control (2008)
9
10
Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd Out of Control
PG-13
9
10
Role:
Agent 99 (uncredited)
Starring:
Marika Domińczyk, Patrick Warburton, Masi Oka, Nate Torrence, Jayma Mays, Marika Dominczyk
Directed By:
Gil Junger

Anne Hathaway Awards

Academy Awards
Les Misérables Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role 2013
Golden Globe Awards
Les Misérables Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture 2013
Primetime Emmy Awards
The Simpsons Outstanding Voice-Over Performance 2010
BAFTA Awards
Les Misérables Best Supporting Actress 2013
Les Misérables Best Supporting Actress 2013