Anne Hathaway has worked with some of the biggest names in Hollywood, but she may have just finished working alongside her favorite person -- her husband.
Anne's husband, Adam Shulman, produced the actress's latest movie "Song One," giving her a unique friend on the set.
"It was a unique experience in my life to look up from a take that I was proud of, and lock eyes with a person who I love more than anyone else on this planet and know that he got what I just did, too," she said of working with her hubby while promoting "Song One."
But, while Adam certainly had his eye most focused on his wife, he wasn't just a comfort to her.
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"He's really good at supporting everyone and not making it about himself," she told reporters. "He just became everyone's ear and rock, at least mine, on the film. And there's something really, really special about."
Anne admitted that it was hard to let him in on her craft, but it's getting easier.
"It's really scary, and I still fight it sometimes," she said, "but we just make it work. I love talking to him, and he's just a very gentle soul. And he doesn't seek any ownership or anything that's mine, and that makes it a lot easier."