“The Idea of You” Anne Hathaway’s New Film: Even while you might be curling up with your favorite holiday flicks, Prime Video is already anticipating 2024 and has teased a number of films that will be released, including Anne Hathaway’s upcoming film The Idea of You. The streamer has released a new teaser video in which a scene from the movie is intercut with clips from Prime’s upcoming and returning programs and shows, such as The Boys and Jake Gyllenhaal’s adaptation of Patrick Swayze’s Roadhouse.
“The Idea of You” Anne Hathaway’s New Film
However, The Idea of You is probably the most eagerly awaited of the group, drawing interest from whispers that it might be a movie based on a Harry Styles fanfic. Regardless of whether that is accurate or not, the movie is based on Robinne Lee’s book of the same name and stars Nicholas Galitzine, a favorite on Amazon, who starred in Red, White & Royal Blue this year. In the clip, Hayes Campbell, played by Galitzine, says, “I don’t care what they say,” to Hathaway’s character Solène Marchand, who asks, “What will people say?”
The movie centers on a single mother named Solène who meets the lead singer of the band August Moon during a concert and begins a covert connection with him.
In order to shed light on the connection between her work and One Direction, Lee said to her fans that she was inspired to write her novel while watching music videos because her “husband was away on business.”
In an interview from 2017, she stated, “I came across the face of a boy I’d never seen in a band I’d never paid attention to, and it was so aesthetically perfect it took me by surprise.” It resembled… art. The seed was sown when, after spending a good hour or so trying to figure out who this kid was, I learned that he frequently dated older women on Google.
“This was never intended to be a Harry Styles book,” Lee clarified in a 2020 Vogue interview. “It was meant to be a narrative about a woman who was getting close to 40, reclaiming her sexuality, and discovering who she was—just at the moment when society starts to write women off as attractive, viable, and whole.”