Anne Hathaway celebrated the 10th anniversary of The Devil Wears Prada on Instagram, Thursday by posting a tribute to “the movie that changed my life.” The 2006 comedy drama took over $300 million at the worldwide box office upon its release and raised Hathaway’s profile significantly, helping her transition into more adult roles.

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Posting a gif of Meryl Streep’s as fashion editor Miranda Priestly giving one of her trademark “That’s all” after signing offs, Hathaway wrote: “What else can I say about the movie that changed my life? Thank you [The Devil Wears Prada] and happy 10 year anniversary!! (don’t let this make you feel old- good style is eternal xx)”

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In the film Hathaway starred as Andy Sachs, an aspiring journalist, with little interest in fashion, who lands a job as the junior personal assistant to Miranda Priestly, the editor of the world’s biggest fashion magazine Runway.

But Hathaway nearly wasn't cast in the role. Last week the actress revealed to Variety that the producer’s first choice for Andy was The Notebook’s Rachel McAdams. “I had to be patient. I wasn’t the first choice,” Hathaway said. McAdams eventually turned down the role to focus on less mainstream material.

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In the same interview Meryl Streep revealed that she immediately wanted the part, until she saw her proposed salary. “The offer was to my mind slightly, if not insulting, not perhaps reflective of my actual value to the project,” Streep said. “There was my ‘goodbye moment,’ and then they doubled the offer. I was 55, and I had just learned, at a very late date, how to deal on my own behalf.”