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THR: ‘Sharp Objects’ Team on Book’s 12-Year Journey to the Screen: “An Emotional Marathon”

The Hollywood Reporter  After premiering on HBO last year, Amy Adams, Patricia Clarkson, Marti Noxon, Jean-Marc Vallée and Gillian Flynn are still reeling from the impact of the haunting drama: “I would wake up in a sweat and panic.” It’s been nearly a year since Sharp Objects made its summer 2018 debut, but the stars and producers of the HBO miniseries are

Amy Adams to Star in Ron Howard’s ‘Hillbilly Elegy’ at Netflix

Variety Amy Adams is set to star in Netflix’s adaptation of “Hillbilly Elegy,” which Ron Howard is on board to direct, Variety has learned. “Shape of Water” screenwriter Vanessa Taylor adapted the script, with Howard, Brian Grazer, and Karen Lunder producing for Imagine Entertainment. Julie Oh and J.D. Vance will exec produce. Based on Vance’s bestselling memoir, the pic is a modern exploration of the American

Amy Adams Sets First-Look Deal at HBO, to Develop ‘Poisonwood Bible’ Limited Series

Variety Amy Adams and her manager Stacy O’Neil are launching a new production company that has secured a first-look deal at HBO, Variety has learned. The new company is called Bond Group Entertainment, with Kathleen Clifford set to serve as vice president of TV development for the company. Clifford was previously the director of original programming for Starz and prior to that was at Grady

LA Times: Amy Adams’ strong voice — in song, at home and in ‘Vice’

LA TIMES Amy Adams could chase a bear out of her backyard using just a broomstick. That’s what filmmaker Adam McKay believes at least, and he’s worked with Adams at the beginning of her career (“Talladega Nights”) and most recently in “Vice,” so he should know something, right? McKay is also certain that Adams could load a shotgun and take aim at

Amy Adams at the actress roundtable!

LA Times ​They may be internationally recognized as Hollywood’s most glamorous movie stars, but the women on this year’s Envelope’s Ac​tress Roundtable all insisted they’re most passionate about representing flawed, bare-faced, complex female characters on the big screen. The Envelope recently sat down with Nicole Kidman, who played an undercover cop with addiction struggles in “Destroyer,” as well as the

Amy Adams & Nicole Kidman on their HBO series and DC franchises

Recently Amy and Nicole sat down together and chatted as part of Variety’s Actors on Actors Series. Few stars are more willing to take risks than Amy Adams. Her turn as Second Lady Lynne Cheney in “Vice” is only the latest in a series of on-screen transformations, following her startling work in the HBO limited series “Sharp Objects.” Adams’ roles

Amy Adams for Backstage Magazine

Backstage Magazine Inside a stark Hollywood photo studio, Amy Adams’ detailed phrasing while discussing her acting process conjures finger-painted fridge notes, candles with lost wicks, and a garage-strung tennis ball patting a windshield. “I like lived-in characters,” she says. “I want a character to feel like that’s who she’s been her whole life. I don’t want it to feel like