She continued: “Let me begin by saying that I do my best to be sensitive to other people’s emotions and experiences not out of some fear of computers.”
Hathaway says she owes her an apology to the community and is sorry to find herself causing anyone pain.
“As someone who truly believes in inclusion and truly, truly hates cruelty, I owe you all an apology for the pain caused,”; she continued. “I’m sorry. I didn’t connect the difference to the GHW when the character’s looks were brought to me; if so, I assure you this will never happen.”
Hathaway’s character in the movie has three fingers on each hand, a condition similar to a limb deformity.
Warner Bros. spokesman issued a statement earlier this week to address the backlash, saying the company is “deeply distressed to learn that our depiction of fictional characters in The Witches may leave people with disabilities.” uncomfortable.”
Hathaway added that she will do better in the future.
“I especially want to say that I apologize to the children with limb differences: now I know better I promise I will do better,” she wrote. “And I owe a special apology to everyone who loves you so strongly as I love my own children: I apologize for letting your family down.”
She ends her statement by directing followers to Project Lucky Fin, a non-profit that helps children with limb disabilities.