by admin   /   06.11.2017   /   0 Comments

On Saturday night, Amy and Darren attended the LACMA Gala honoring Mark Bradford And George Lucas in Los Angeles. She was looking beautiful- as always- in a blue dress with red details by Gucci. Check out the pictures below:

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On Sunday (05), Amy will attend the  Hollywood Film Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. She will be one of the presenters, along with actor Harrison Ford. Read the article below from Entertainment Tonight:

The Hollywood Film Awards are shaping up to be a star-studded night!

ET is exclusively revealing the celebrities who will be taking the stage at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California, on Sunday, Nov. 5 to present the night’s nominees.

Nocturnal Animals star Amy Adams is one of the presenters, along with Blade Runner 2049 actor Harrison Ford.

See the full list below

Jessica Chastain

Bryce Dallas Howard

Melissa McCarthy

Jon Hamm

Dakota Johnson

Annette Bening

James Franco

Eva Longoria

Shailene Woodley

Viola Davis

Jon Favreau

Hosted by James Corden, the 21st Annual Hollywood Film Awards will honor the most acclaimed films and actors while previewing highly anticipated films and talent for the upcoming year.

As ET previously reported, Kate Winslet will receive the Hollywood Actress Award for her work in the Woody Allen film, Wonder Wheel, and Jake Gyllenhaal will receive the Hollywood Actor Award for his performance as Boston marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman in Stronger.

The cast of The Big Sick — including Kumail Nanjiani, Zoe Kazan, Holly Hunter and Ray Romano — will receive the Hollywood Comedy Ensemble Award. Additionally, Jamie Bell will receive the New Hollywood Actor Award for his recent work in Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, and musicians Diane Warren, Common and Andra Day will receive the Hollywood Song Award for the original song, “Stand Up for Something,” from the film Marshall.

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Amy was spotted again on October 23th while on set of “Backseat” in Whittier, Alaska. Check out the pictures below:
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Movies > Backseat (2018) > Oct 23, 2017 │Filming in Whittier, Alaska

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Amy was spotted while filming her next project “Backseat”. Check out the pictures below:

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Movies > Backseat (2018) > Oct 16,2017 │Filming in Los Angeles

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Amy Adams was seen departing on a flight at LAX airport in Los Angeles on October 18, 2017. Check out the pictures below:

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Candids > 2017 > Oct 18 │Is seen departing on a flight at LAX airport in LA

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Amy was spotted again on October 16th while filming her next project “Backseat”. Check out the pictures below:

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Movies > Backseat (2018) > Oct 16,2017 │Filming in Los Angeles

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A surprise for us! Amy is on one of the seven covers of T Magazine’s The Greats issue, which will hit the stands on October 22, 2017.  She was photographed by Collier Schorr aand also gave an interview where she talks about how she was first judged as a “late bloomer.” Check out the pictures, the interview and the videos below:

IN 2009, AFTER Amy Adams had been discovered and rediscovered, after she had been nominated for two Academy Awards and starred in an international hit, a very important paper self-importantly judged her a “late bloomer.”

“Cool,” Adams said recently. “At least I bloomed.” She laughed. How could she not? Being a movie star can be absurd. More than most roles, it can define a performer and brutally undermine her, affecting how she’s categorized, whether she’s forgiven or forgotten. If Adams has evaded the churn of celebrity culture, it’s partly because stardom came as it did. When “Enchanted” opened in 2007 she was 33, middle age in Hollywood years (especially for women). Wide-eyed and radiant, she looked like an ingénue, but in truth had been honing her craft and overcoming rejection for years. Stardom wasn’t a benediction, but something she had earned role by role.

IT’S MID-AUGUST when Adams and I meet, in a clubby, low-key restaurant on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. Although she has crammed in almost 40 movies over the past two decades, Adams has just one opening this year, “Justice League,” where for the third time she will lend humanity to this DC Comics superhero conflagration in her role as Lois Lane. Further down the calendar is the HBO limited series “Sharp Objects,” based on a novel by Gillian Flynn, the best-selling author of “Gone Girl.” Notably, Adams isn’t appearing in a movie that might bring her another Oscar nomination. This year, at least. Read more…

 

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