Activists campaigning against corporate greed staged a high-profile march on Thursday to mark the movement's two-month anniversary and star of "The Devil Wears Prada" was spotted among the hundreds who descended upon Manhattan's Union Square to demand change.
A photo of Hathaway, dressed in a hooded raincoat and sunglasses and helping to hold up a sign supporting the campaign, was posted on Twitter by a fellow protester, who wrote, "Anne Hathaway supports students! Love!"
The actress, a resident of New York, follows in the footsteps of fellow celebrities Penn Badgley, Russell Brand, Russell Simmons and Kanye West, who have all taken part in the demonstrations since the movement began in September.
Meanwhile, her "The Dark Knight Rises" co-star Joseph Gordon-Levitt filmed a police raid on the Occupy Wall Street base in Zuccotti Park, Manhattan on Tuesday.