Anne Hathaway is thinking about having a baby with new husband Adam Shulman, but doesn't seem keen about the idea of raising a child in the public eye.
The 30-year-old actress, who can be seen in the new musical film "Les Miserables," made her comments to The Hollywood Reporter, which recently hosted a roundtable discussion with her and fellow past Oscar nominees Naomi Watts and Amy Adams as well as winners Rachel Weisz, Helen Hunt, Sally Field and French star Marion Cotillard, ahead of the official Academy Award nominations announcement on Jan. 10, 2013.
When asked how fame has changed their lives, Adams joked that she will one day "get in an altercation with the paparazzi," who "keep focusing on" her daughter, who is 2 years old.
"I'm thinking about that because I really want to have a baby, and my husband and I are like, "Where are we gonna live?'" Hathaway added, prompting Cotillard to say: "Come to France! We have laws!"
Oscar winner Halle Berry recently tried to persuade a Los Angeles court to allow her to move with her daughter to France, where they could live with her fiance, French actor Olivier Martinez, as part of a custody battle with the child's father, Gabriel Aubry. She had stated she had no intention of taking her daughter away from him.
Berry argued that paparazzi made life in southern California difficult and claiming that the two would be safer in the European country due to its stricter privacy laws. In France, celebrity photographers and outlets may be prosecuted for taking or publishing pictures without permission. A judge denied Berry's request earlier this month.
Hathaway earned an Oscar nomination in 2009 for her role in "Rachel Getting Married." She cut off most of her hair and almost starved herself to play the malnourished, impoverished Fantine in "Les Miserables," which hits theaters on December 25 - Christmas Day.
The New York actress sported her pixie cut when she and Shulman, an actor and jewelry designer, married in late September in California. They donated profits from sales of their wedding photos to several causes, including the same-sex marriage advocacy group, Freedom to Marry, as well as to the American Cancer Society, St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital and The Girl Effect, which provides for poverty-stricken young women.
Watts was nominated for an Academy Award for the movie "21 Grams" and can be seen in the new thriller "The Impossible."
Adams recently starred in the movies "Trouble with the Curve" and "The Master" and earned Oscar nods for her roles in the films "Junebug," "Doubt" and last year's boxing drama "The Fighter."
Weisz, wife of James Bond actor Daniel Craig and star of the "Mummy" franchise, appears in "The Deep Blue Sea," which was released in the United States earlier this year. She won an Oscar for her role in the 2005 movie " The Constant Gardener."
Hunt recently appeared as a sex surrogate in the movie "The Sessions." She won an Oscar for her role in the 1997 film "As Good As It Gets."
Field, who can be seen in the new film "Lincoln" -- and gained 25 pounds for her role as President Abraham Lincoln's wife -- has two Oscars already, which she won for the films "Norma Rae" and "Places of the Heart."
Cotillard, who co-starred with Hathaway in this year's "Dark Knight Rises," won an Oscar for her role in the 2007 movie "La Vie en Rose" and currently appears in the film "Rust and Bone."
Watch the trailer for "Les Miserables" below.