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Anne Hathaway cut her long hair into a super short curly bob

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Anne Hathaway isn’t a stranger to a big beauty makeover.

From Mia Thermopolis’ Princess transformation to Andrea Sachs becoming Runway magazine’s most fashionable employee in The Devil Wears Prada, we’re used to seeing the actress don a whole new look in her movie roles.

For a while now, the actress has been rocking long hair that really suits her:

Photo credit: James Devaney - Getty Images
Photo credit: James Devaney - Getty Images

But in new pictures, it seems Anne has switched up her look once again for a movie role and it involves a very different type of haircut.

Spotted on the set of upcoming movie Armageddon Time, Anne has cut off her long hair into a very short curly bob. In fact, her bob verges on pixie cut territory as the bottom of her hair barely skims her neck.

Photo credit: James Devaney - Getty Images
Photo credit: James Devaney - Getty Images

Her hair is also styled into gorgeous loose curls, giving it an everyday casual vibe that looks so effortless.

Photo credit: James Devaney - Getty Images
Photo credit: James Devaney - Getty Images

Of course, Anne’s new hair could be a wig but the actress has proven she’s willing to chop off her hair for movies roles in the past.

When filming Les Misérables back in 2012, one scene involved Anne’s character Fantine cutting and selling her hair to buy food for her child, Cosette.

Anne herself suggested cutting her actual hair off for the scene – something that later left her in tears. She later went on to win an Oscar for her Les Mis role, by which point, her hair had grown into a cute pixie cut.

Whether it’s a wig or not, the curly bob definitely suits her!

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