Anne Hathaway Subway Ride: Oscars 2013 Best Supporting Actress Winner Takes Local Train Unrecognized (PHOTOS)
Anne Hathaway, who won a 2013 Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her critically-acclaimed role in Les Miserables on Feb. 24, was discovered swiping a New York City Metrocard to enter the subway system with her husband and riding the subway train together unnoticed with passengers. See photos here
She may have won an Oscar but she's just like the rest of us.
Anne Hathaway, who won a 2013 Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her critically-acclaimed role in Les Miserables on Feb. 24, was discovered swiping a New York City Metrocard to enter the subway system with her husband and riding the subway train together unnoticed with passengers.
Hathaway, 30, and her husband, Adam Sulman, successfully rode the subway without being recognized two weeks after she won the gold statuette at the 85th annual Academy Award ceremony.
View the photos of an Ann Hathaway swipe a metrocard and ride the subway here.
The newlywed couple both wore sunglasses, overcoats; and Hathaway was less glamorous than her red carpet looks she wore during the awards season in January and February. Her famous pixie cut was more tousled and messier than usual.
Hathaway will hit the award circuit again next month as she is up for a 2013 MTV Movie Award. The Dark Knight Rises star is nominated for Best Female Performance. Comedic actress Rebel Wilson (Bridesmaids, What To Expect When You're Expecting) will host this year's show. The 2013 MTV Movie Awards will air live on April 14 at 9 p.m. ET. It will be held at the Sony Pictures Studios lot in Culver City, California.
Hathaway isn't the only A-list star that has been caught by paparazzi riding the subway. Katie Holmes was snapped riding the train in November while wearing sunglasses from her apartment in the Chelsea area of Manhattan to the Broadway play she appeared in Dead Accounts. She was photographed taking her daughter Suri Cruise, 6, on a subway ride and was less incognito.
Jay-Z famously rode the subway train for the first time in eighteen years from New York City's Chinatown station, Canal Street stop to Brooklyn. The Watch The Throne rapper made his way, along with security and a throng of fans in tow, to his concert at the Barclays Center for its opening.