by admin   /   21.02.2018   /   0 Comments

I’ve updated the gallery with with all the events and appearances that Amy has made so far! I also updated the gallery with all her photoshoots! Check them::


Public Events

by admin   /   08.02.2018   /   0 Comments

Amy Adams is featured in the GARAGE Magazine as Andy Warhol in Drag. She was photographed by Photographed by Inez & Vinoodh and styled by Mel Ottenberg. Read the article on our press archive and see the photoshoot and the videos below:

There is a pivotal scene in American Hustle in which Irving, a toupee-wearing con artist, confesses to his mistress Sydney that his loan business is a scam—and then proposes she join him in the illegal scheme. Disgusted by his invitation, Sydney walks immediately out of his office and slams the door, its frosted glass window rattling in the frame. And then, to Irving’s utter confusion, Sydney struts back into the room, looking the same but somehow fundamentally changed, and, using a pitiably false British accent, reintroduces herself as his new partner in crime: “Would you like to meet Lady Edith Greensly?” She offers her hand, demanding he kiss it. “I have royal banking connections in London. I’d love to help you with your loan, but of course I have to be vah-ry se-lec-teeve.” And just like that, one character has morphed into another. Irving is played to drab perfection by Christian Bale, but it’s Amy Adams’s performance as Sydney—and Sydney’s performance as Lady Edith—that leaves us dazzled. (Read more)



 Photoshoots > 2018 > #001 – GARAGE Magazine

by admin   /   17.10.2017   /   0 Comments

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…



Photoshoots > 2017 > NY Times Style Magazine

Magazine Scans > Scans from 2017 > NY Times Style