NEW YORK, July 7 (UPI) -- Anne Hathaway and her husband Adam Shulman copied Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield and covered their faces with signs promoting charities while going for a walk in NYC last week.
The Oscar winning actress and Shulman were photographed with cardboard signs promoting www.girleffect.org, www.feedamerica.org and www.worldofchildren.org Friday as they took their dogs for a walk.
The duo even credited Stone and Garfield, the inventors of the paparazzi proof charitable message, and wished photographers a happy Fourth of July in their signs.
Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman did this to the paparazzi, pimped out their favorite charities on a cardboard. LOL! pic.twitter.com/wH1GMFhOvT— Hathaway News (@Hathawayfan) July 5, 2014
Stone and Garfield first covered their faces with a philanthropic message in 2012. Benedict Cumberbatch pulled a similar stunt and urged paparazzi to "go photograph egypt and show the world something important" in August 2013.