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Amy Adams talks about returning to TV

On Tv Today – Five-time Oscar nominee returns to television on HBO. Q: You play a reporter in “Sharp Objects,” and you’ve played Lois Lane to Henry Cavill’s Superman. Are you done with journalistic roles for a while now? A: There are so many personalities in every occupation, and so many different stories to tell. I’m sure there are many more stories of

The Amy Adams Method

The New York Times Few actors are as unshowy, or unshakable. With “Sharp Objects,” in which she plays a self-destructive journalist, the five-time Oscar nominee keeps evolving. LOS ANGELES — Amy Adams reached into her fanny pack and fished out a stick of sunscreen. “I’m such a mom-nerd,” she apologized, as if sensing the pretense of Hollywood Glamour melt with

Amy Adams and director Jean-Marc Vallée talk family dysfunction and rock to Led Zeppelin

LA Times –  Get actress Amy Adams and director Jean-Marc Vallée into a room together and at some point Led Zeppelin might start blaring through the puny speakers of an iPhone, with Adams doing a subtle sing-along midway. “We could keep this going,” Adams warns, as she bobs her head in time along with Vallée to the iconic band’s “What

Fox Dates Amy Adams Pic ‘Woman In The Window’

Deadline Amy Adams will star in the former, Joe Wright and screenwriter Tracey Letts’ adaptation of A.J. Finn’s hit Hitchcockian-style novel about an agorophobic child psychologist with a drinking problem who one day witnesses a crime take place in the house across the park. Scott Rudin and Eli Bush are producing. The slot means The Woman In The Window could

Amy Adams Goes Dark: ‘Sharp Objects’ and a Female Antihero for a Troubled Time

The five-time Oscar nominee joins the women behind the acclaimed HBO limited series — novelist Gillian Flynn and creator Marti Noxon — for a pointed conversation about the rise of complicated women onscreen and the personal impact of the #MeToo movement: “I’m an idealist — it can be annoying and I’m constantly disappointed.” It’s not 20 minutes into our interview,

Amy Adams Explores Her Dark Side

Marie Claire US – Amy Adams gets what she calls “the feels”—visceral vibes sparked by a sound, a smell, a setting, a certain something that triggers a memory. New York’s Central Park is loaded with feels for her. Adams knows every inch of this 750-acre haven. She can introduce you to each statue and fountain, the under- and overpasses, and

Amy Adams on equal pay, family life and her grittiest role to date

Telegraph – In a corner of the genteel lounge of Los Angeles’s iconic Chateau Marmont, Amy Adams is launching into the opening lines of the Abba classic The Winner Takes It All – and it’s pitch-perfect. With other Hollywood actors, this tuneful showcase of talent, five minutes into an interview, might come across as showing off. But the star of American Hustle, Nocturnal Animals and Arrival – a five-time Academy