Anna Hathaway will star in TOKYO SUCKERPUNCH opposite star and producer Toby Maguire. The film will be based on the novel by Isaac Adamson about a dude called Billy Chaka who writes a manga, flies to Japan to attend the premiere of its adaptation, and ends up having to contend with a culture shock, mysterious fans and a mob-related kidnapping that starts to resemble one of his own outrageous plots.
Hathaway will play Chaka's editor and love-interest who travels with him to Japan. Said screenwriter Ed Solomon (MEN IN BLACK) "He goes there with his editor, to be played by Anne Hathaway, and ends up it's a love story about him and Anne Hathaway, basically, and it's really about a guy figuring out what matters to him."
I don't know what kind of travel procedure you generally use when you're famous, but I think it would be awesome if those guys used the bus. I have to think that I would have a strong chance of "accidentally" brushing up against Anne Hathaway's tits if we were in the same carriage and I "happened" to be stood next to her. And what with bumps in the road and such, one might even, say, stumble and land, face first in there. Completely innocent and free of legal ramification.
|Extra Tidbit:||Apparently Hathaway cites Ayn Rand's "The Fountainhead" as her favorite book. Which is swell.|