“Andy and Nate are definitely not together,” Aline Brosh McKenna said. “I can tell you that.”
The Devil may be wearing Prada, but Andy Sachs still rides solo.
“The devil wears Prada” scriptwriter Aline Brosh McKenna revealed that if the film were to have a sequel, Anne HathawayAndy Sachs’ iconic character would ‘definitely not’ still be in a relationship Adrian GrenierChief Nate is not supportive.
“Andy and Nate are certainly not together,” Brosh McKenna said Variety. “What can I tell you.”
Nate de Grenier was hailed as the true “villain” of the beloved 2006 rom-com after serious aspiring journalist Andy (Hathaway) as she rose through the ranks of fashion magazine Vogue’s Runway. Meryl Streep played Miranda Priestly, Andy’s boss, infamous modeled after Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour.
Hathaway recently addressed Nate’s new hate, saying during “Watch what’s happening live!” that Nate isn’t the bad guy. “No, I’m sorry, I don’t [think so]”, said the Oscar-winning actor. “I think they were both very young and they understood things.
Hathaway added: “He acted like a kid, but I also acted like a kid in my twenties and hopefully I got through that. I think that’s what we all do, and I certainly wouldn’t want to be defined by my worst moment in my 20s, so I don’t consider Nate a villain, actually.
Grenier himself felt that Nate was indeed “very selfish and involved” as a partner.
Brock McKenna also said Weekly entertainment at the 15th anniversary of the film, “He Says [Andy is] follow the devil on the wrong path. And it is his role, which is often a role played by women, which is to remind the character of his moral intentions. I think he’s not opposed to his work; he’s happy for her, in the end. I don’t think it’s like he doesn’t to want Which job.
But alas, fans won’t be able to see it through to the end.
The ‘WeCrashed’ star Hathaway then shut down a possible ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ sequel, explaining that while it’s ‘tempting’ to think about reuniting with co-stars Streep, Emily Blunt and Stanley Tucci to reprise their respective roles perhaps in a Eurocentric sequel, a follow-up just wouldn’t make sense.
“I don’t know if there can be [a sequel]”Hathaway said in November 2022. “I just think that movie was in another era. Now everything has become so digital and this movie is centered around the concept of producing a physical thing and it’s just, it’s just very different.
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