“Making out with him is like the yummiest lollipop”: Anne Hathaway Had a Wild Remark on Her Intimate Scene With Steve Carell in Get Smart

Anne Hathaway recalls her intimate scene with co-star Steve Carell in the 2008 movie Get Smart

"Making out with him is like the yummiest lollipop": Anne Hathaway Had a Wild Remark on Her Intimate Scene With Steve Carell in Get Smart

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  • Anne Hathaway played a catwalk-ready spy forced to work with Maxwell Smart to prevent a terrorist organization from fulfilling their sinister plan in Get Smart.
  • The movie earned $230M at the box office and Hathaway and Steve Carell had a great experience sharing screen for the first time.
  • In the 2008 interview, Hathaway praised Carell and described her kissing scene with him as like a yummy lollipop.
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Just as versatile as she gets with her acting skills, Anne Hathaway is also quite unpredictable with her comments. Appearing alongside several prolific actors throughout her career, the actress recalled a striking thing about her Get Smart co-star Steve Carell. And her response was undoubtedly quite wild. 

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Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway

Speaking with Sydney Morning Herald, Anne Hathaway recalled her work experience with Steve Carell. But what she remembers specifically was her intimate scene with the actor and how it felt. Reminiscing the scene, Hathaway seemed to remember every detail. 

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Anne Hathaway Shared Screen With Steve Carell

Being a tough and focused lady, Anne Hathaway has spread her wings in Hollywood with several acclaimed projects. Working alongside renowned A-listers, the actress eventually starred in the 2008 movie Get Smart beside Steve Carell. Appearing in the long-delayed version of the popular 1960s TV series, Hathaway played Secret Agent 99. 

Get Smart (2008)
Get Smart (2008)

In the movie directed by Peter Segal, Anne Hathaway is a catwalk-ready spy who is forced to work with Maxwell Smart (Steve Carell) to prevent a terrorist organization from fulfilling their sinister plan. Unlike the fashion victim in The Devil Wears Prada, this time Hathaway plays the role of a brutal, dressed-to-kill secret agent. 

Anne Hathaway and Steve Carell in Get Smart
Anne Hathaway and Steve Carell in Get Smart

Just like the movie earned satisfactory results at the box office with its staggering $230M revenue, even Anne Hathaway and Steve Carell had a great experience. Sharing screen for the first time, the actors had nothing but appreciation for each other. But not to forget, Hathaway had a bit more appreciation than Carell. 

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Anne Hathaway Recalled Her Wild Intimate Scene 

During a 2008 interview with the Sydney Morning Herald, Anne Hathaway addressed her work experience with Steve Carell. Admitting how she never expected to get selected, the actress mentioned auditioning just to meet Carell. Thereafter, while praising the actor, Hathaway recalled her intimate scenes with him. 

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Hathaway recalled her kissing scene with Carell

When I went to audition for this movie, I didn’t think in a million years I was going to get the part. I really just wanted to meet Steve [Carell].” 

Being frank about the raunchy kisses, the actress spilled wild remarks about her scenes with Steve Carell. Discussing how the kisses felt like, the actress recalled the details specifically. With Carell sitting next to her, Hathaway described Get Smart’s one romantic moment.

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Hathaway described kissing Carell was like a yummy lollipop
Hathaway described kissing Carell was like a yummy lollipop

Making out with him is like the yummiest lollipop dipped in sunshine, wrapped with a masculine wrapper. That’s the only thing I can think to describe it.” 

Well, Anne Hathaway didn’t hold back her tongue, not during the interview and neither during the scene. But, it was all fun and the interview was filled with laughter and followed by further questions. 

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