1. Anne Hathaway apologises for her portrayal in The Witches remake  NEWS.com.au
  2. Anne Hathaway has apologised for The Witches depiction of limb difference following backlash  9TheFIX
  3. Anne Hathaway is sorry for the 'pain caused' by playing character with 'split hands' in The Witches  Daily Mail
  4. Warner Bros. apologizes over 'The Witches' after backlash from disability community  CNN International
  5. Warner Bros. apologises after The Witches sparks backlash from people with disabilities  9TheFIX
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Actress Anne Hathaway has apologised for the portrayal of her hands, in the HBO remake of The Witches.Actress Anne Hathaway has apologised for the portrayal of her hands, in the HBO remake of The Witches.

Anne Hathaway apologises for The Witches portrayal

Anne Hathway has issued an apology after many people claimed the new Witches movie was encouraging harmful ...

Alex Brooker and others say showing witches with hand and feet impairments could be stigmatising.Alex Brooker and others say showing witches with hand and feet impairments could be stigmatising.

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Anne Hathaway has issued an apology after the HBO Max film "The Witches" received backlash for its representation of the disability community.Anne Hathaway has issued an apology after the HBO Max film "The Witches" received backlash for its representation of the disability community.

Anne Hathaway apologizes to disability community for 'The Witches'

On October 22, HBO Max released The Witches - the second adaptation of Dahl's famous novel after the hit 1990 film.On October 22, HBO Max released The Witches - the second adaptation of Dahl's famous novel after the hit 1990 film.

The Witches: Disability community slams Roald Dahl HBO Max remake | Daily Mail Online

The film, based on the Roald Dahl classic, features evil characters who have distinct hand and feet abnormalities. The film, based on the Roald Dahl classic, features evil characters who have distinct hand and feet abnormalities.

Warner Bros apologises after The Witches sparks backlash over 'sad' portrayal of disability - Daily Record

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The Last Leg star said that he is ‘sad’ that Anne Hathaway’s character, the Grand High Witch, had long fingers with two digits missing The Last Leg star said that he is ‘sad’ that Anne Hathaway’s character, the Grand High Witch, had long fingers with two digits missing

Alex Brooker blasts Anne Hathaway's The Witches for 'sad' portrayal of disability - Mirror Online

Short of real world targets, the social justice mob has weighed the new Anne Hathaway film, ‘The Witches’, against a woke duck and found it guilty of demonsing the bald and those with limb deformities.Short of real world targets, the social justice mob has weighed the new Anne Hathaway film, ‘The Witches’, against a woke duck and found it guilty of demonsing the bald and those with limb deformities.

Woke witch-finders hunt actual witches over offending the disabled in the latest adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic — RT Op-ed

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HBO Max’s The Witches Faces Backlash From Disability Advocates, Prompting Warner Bros. Apology - CINEMABLEND

Warner Bros’s parent company has recently been forced to issue an apology after ‘The Witches’ faces criticismWarner Bros’s parent company has recently been forced to issue an apology after ‘The Witches’ faces criticism

Warner Bros apologizes to fans after ‘The Witches’ incurs pushback

The latest adaptation of The Witches has stirred up some serious controversy. Here’s why The Witches remake is getting major backlash, and why its parent studio, Warner Bros., has since apologized.The latest adaptation of The Witches has stirred up some serious controversy. Here’s why The Witches remake is getting major backlash, and why its parent studio, Warner Bros., has since apologized.

Why The Witches remake is getting major backlash

Warner Bros. says it “regretted any offense caused.”Warner Bros. says it “regretted any offense caused.”

Warner Bros. stated that it was “deeply saddened to learn that our depiction of the fictional characters in The Witches could upset people with disabilit...Warner Bros. stated that it was “deeply saddened to learn that our depiction of the fictional characters in The Witches could upset people with disabilit...

'Witches' Movie Is Called Out For 'Scary' Depiction Of People with Limb Differences | HuffPost

Anne Hathaway Apologizes to Those with Limb Differences for ‘The Witches’ Portrayal Anne Hathaway is issuing an apology for her character's hands in HBO Max's The Witches revival. If you don't know, the witches appear in the new adaptation…Here's what Anne said...

Anne Hathaway Apologizes to Those with Limb Differences for ‘The Witches’ Portrayal | Anne Hathaway, The Witches : Just Jared

Warner Bros. has apologized about a character's depiction in the HBO Max movie "The Witches" after backlash from people with disabilities."Limb difference is not scary," tweeted Paralympian Amy Marren.

'The Witches' (2020) gets heat for how it portrays disabilities

Warner Bros. issues an apology to members of the disability community for its portrayal of limb differences in the remake of Roald Dahl's The Witches.Warner Bros. issues an apology to the disability community.

The Witches: WB Regrets Offending Disability Community

Warner Bros. responded to the backlash saying they "regret any offense caused."Warner Bros. responded to the backlash saying they "regret any offense caused."

Disability community calls out The Witches for portrayal of limb difference | EW.com

After giving Anne Hathaway's character a limb difference in 'The Witches,' Warner Bros. is now apologizing to the disability community.Advocates want children to know that there's nothing scary about this limb difference.

'The Witches' Apologized To The Disability Community | HelloGiggles

After giving Anne Hathaway's character a limb difference in 'The Witches,' Warner Bros. is now apologizing to the disability community.Advocates want children to know that there's nothing scary about this limb difference.

'The Witches' Apologized To The Disability Community | HelloGiggles

Warner Bros. has issued an apology after The Witches remake was accused of ‘using disability as a costume’.  Robert Zemeckis’s film, based on the classic Roald Dahl novel, has recently been subject to controversy after disability campaigners and Paralympians called out its exaggeration of the source material and demonising limb differences. More specifically, Anne Hathaway’s … Warner Bros. has issued an apology after The Witches remake was accused of ‘using disability as a costume’.  Robert Zemeckis’s film, based on the classic Roald Dahl novel, has recently been subject to controversy after disability campaigners and Paralympians called out its exaggeration of the source material and demonising limb differences. More specifically, Anne Hathaway’s …

The movie came out on HBO Max on October 22.The movie came out on HBO Max on October 22.

Warner Bros. Sparks Controversy Over The Witches, Apologizes To Disability Community - GameSpot

Warner Bros. apologizes to people with disabilities--including Paralympian Amy Marren--for their depiction of Anne Hathaway's character. Watch!Warner Bros. apologizes to people with disabilities--including Paralympian Amy Marren--for their depiction of Anne Hathaway's character. Watch!

Anne Hathaway starrer The Witches recently came under fire from the disabled community for their portrayal of witches in the film. WB recently issued an apology in response, scroll down to see what the studio said. Warner Bros. is apologizing to the disability community over the depiction of characters in its new movie, The Witches. The studio issued an apology ...

Anne Hathaway’s The Witches faces criticism from the disabled community; WB ‘regret any offence caused’ | PINKVILLA

Robert Zemeckis' remake of 1990's The Witches hit HBO Max recently and has received mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike. Currently, the Anne Hathaway-led feature has a 51% critics score and 38% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. It turns out, the criticisms of the movie extend past the [...]Robert Zemeckis' remake of 1990's The Witches hit HBO Max recently and has received mixed reviews [...]

The Witches Receiving Criticism From Disability Community, Warner Bros. Issues Statement

Warner Bros forced to apologize to fans after ‘The Witches’ incurs the wrath of the disabled communityWarner Bros forced to apologize to fans after ‘The Witches’ incurs the wrath of the disabled community

Warner Bros apologizes after ‘The Witches’ faces backlash from the disabled community

Anne Hathaway apologizes for negative portrayal of limb difference in The WitchesAnne Hathaway apologizes for negative portrayal of limb difference in The Witches

Anne Hathaway apologizes for portrayal of limb difference in The Witches | EW.com

Warner Bros has apologised for "any offence caused" with the phyiscal appearance of the titular characters in 'The Witches'Warner Bros has apologised for "any offence caused" with the phyiscal appearance of the titular characters in 'The Witches'

'The Witches': Warner Bros. "regrets any offence caused" to disabled community

Roald Dahl’s The Witches has come under fire for the depiction of “evil” characters as having three fingers. The film – starring Anne Hathaway, Octavia Spencer, Stanley Tucci and Jahzir Bruno – sees a group of antagonist witches try to turn children into mice. Around non-witches, these villains appear just like regular humans but when no one else is around, they take off theirRoald Dahl’s The Witches has come under fire for the depiction of “evil” characters as having three fingers. The film – starring Anne Hathaway, Octavia Spencer, Stanley Tucci and Jahzir Bruno – sees

Roald Dahl's The Witches film faces backlash for 'offensive' depiction of disability | indy100

The Grand High Witch is shown with hands that are similar to the ectrodactyly, which is sometimes known as "split hand."The 2020 remake of The Witches has garnered mixed reactions from fans of the original and the book, but one of the more important criticisms has come from disability advocates taking issue with an addition the film made in terms of the depiction of the Grand High Witch (Anne Hathaway).

Disability Community Calls Out 'The Witches' Remake for Depiction of Ectrodactyly | The Mary Sue

After receiving backlash from a number of disability advocates, Warner Bros. issued a statement of regret for its depiction of the witches in the film adaption of Roald Dahl's The Witches.After receiving backlash from a number of disability advocates, Warner Bros. issued a statement of regret for its depiction of the witches in the film adaption of Roald Dahl's The Witches.

Anne Hathaway's Grand High Witch is presented with long clawed hands missing fingers, which campaigners say mimics limb abnormality ectrodactyly.

Warner Bros. apologizes after campaigners slam depiction of physical disabilities in 'The Witches' remake

Warner Bros. issues an apology over the depiction of Anne Hathaway’s character in "The Witches".Warner Bros. issues an apology over the depiction of Anne Hathaway’s character in "The Witches".

The Witches: HBO Max addresses disability backlash on the remake

Anne Hathaway has issued an apology for the "pain caused" to people with limb differences by her character in new movie The Witches."Now that I know better I promise I’ll do better."

The Witches' Anne Hathaway is sorry to limb difference community

Warner Bros. has issued a statement apologizing for its depiction of people with limb differences as witches in its new movie The Witches.Warner Bros. has issued a statement apologizing for its depiction of people with limb differences as witches in its new movie The Witches.

The Witches Draws Backlash from Disability Community; WB Responds | Collider

Warner Bros. has issued a statement apologizing for their HBO Max remake of The Witches after facing backlash from the disability community, which has criticized the depiction of hands and feet on the film's characters.The apology comes after some viewers criticized the film's depiction of hands and feet on characters like the Grand High Witch.

Warner Bros. Apologizes for The Witches After Disability Community Backlash

Warner Bros. has issued an apology after prominent members of the disability community spoke out against HBO Max's remake of Roald Dahl's The Witches.Warner Bros. has issued an apology after prominent members of the disability community spoke out against HBO Max's remake of Roald Dahl's The Witches.

The Witches Remake Spawns Backlash From Disability Community

Campaigners said the film was another example of films linking disability or physical impairments to evil characters.Campaigners said the film was another example of films linking disability or physical impairments to evil characters.

Warner Bros says sorry after disability campaigners slam new adaptation of Roald Dahl's 'The Witches'

Warner Bros. has responded to backlash 'The Witches' remake starring Anne Hathaway is offensive to the disability community.Warner Bros. has responded to backlash ’The Witches’ remake starring Anne Hathaway is offensive to the disability community.

Warner Bros. Apologizes After 'The Witches' Remake Receives Backlash

“It was never the intention for viewers to feel that the fantastical, non-human creatures were meant to represent them.”The studio says it "regrets" any offenses "The Witches" has caused to the disability community.

‘The Witches’ Backlash from Disability Community Upsets Warner Bros. | IndieWire

"Now that I know better I promise I’ll do better," Anne Hathaway said in an apology to kids with limb difference"Now that I know better I promise I’ll do better," Anne Hathaway said in an apology to kids with limb difference

Anne Hathaway Apologizes for 'Pain Caused' to Limb Difference Community After The Witches Backlash | PEOPLE.com

Warner Bros. kinda-sorta apologizes after disability advocates call out The Witches, although it's one of those "we're sorry if you're offended" apologies.Warner Bros. kinda-sorta apologizes after disability advocates call out The Witches, although it's one of those "we're sorry if you're offended" ...

Warner Bros. "regrets any offense" The Witches caused the disability community

Warner Bros. "regrets any offense" The Witches caused the disability community

Warner Bros. issued an apology to people with disabilities who were offended by 'The Witches' and its portrayal of the Grand High Witch's missing fingers.Warner Bros. issued an apology to people with disabilities who were offended by 'The Witches' and its portrayal of the Grand High Witch's missing fingers.

Anne Hathaway's 'The Witches' Character Prompts a Warner Bros. Apology