Her performance as Maggie, an sexually overt free spirit who meets a pharmaceutical sales rep and finds herself surprisingly falling in love, has garnered Oscar talk heading into the Hollywood awards season. We are basically the same people, just older and wiser. I was playing a character way out of my comfort zone. All that overt sexuality is just not me. Is that what appealed to you in the script?
Anne Hathaway in Love & Other Drugs - Fan Reviews
Love & Other Drugs () - IMDb
Edward Davis. Hathaway plays Maggie whose uninhibited sexual appetite and free-spiritedness come head to head with Jamie, a cocky, self-assured Pfizer sales rep. What follows is an intriguing story about two young, lively singles who have love as the last thing on their minds but find that their fucking-for-sport relationship takes on a dimension far beyond the physical. We sat down one on one with Ed Zwick late last week and he told us about his dislike for the Oscars as sport, what attracted him to non-epic material, and finally, tapping his TV-centric sensibilities for the big screen. Anne Hathaway was initially disinterested in the role and had to be convinced.
Anne Hathaway talks of "Love and Other Drugs"
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In , Jamie Randall is fired from a Pittsburgh electronics store for having sex with his manager's girlfriend. His wealthy brother, Josh, offers to refer Jamie to a friend for a job as a pharmaceutical sales representative. After attending a six-week Pfizer training program, Jamie goes to work for the company, attempting to get doctors to prescribe Zoloft and Zithromax. He is rebuffed, much to the dismay of his regional manager, Bruce, who sees Jamie as his ticket to the "big leagues" of Chicago.