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by admin   /   29.01.2018   /   0 Comments

On January 27, Amy attended her first event of the year! She presented Margot Robbie with the Excellence in Film Award at the G’Day USA Los Angeles Black Tie Gala, which celebrates the relationship between Australia and the United States. Check the photos in our gallery:

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by admin   /   16.01.2018   /   0 Comments

Here’s the most outstandingly cute anecdote from the Golden Globes.

File this under: Mom, exactly what is it that you do?

On Sunday night, Amy Adams had to tell her 7 year old daughter, Aviana, the facts of life: Mom is a movie star.

I ran into Adams on Monday night in West Hollywood at Craig’s having a quiet dinner with actor-director Darren LeGallo and producer Chuck Roven and his wife, Stephanie.

Did you watch the Golden Globes, I asked them?

Amy and Darren then told this story. “Aviana saw the people getting the awards and she said, Mom, do you have one?”

Amy replied: “Well, as a matter of fact, I do. I have two.” Amy won back to back Globes in 2014 and 2015 for “Big Eyes” and “American Hustle.”

Aviana asked: Where are they? “They’re up on a shelf,” Amy told her and took them down.

How did the little girl react? I wish I could show you the pictures, but the rights belong to Aviana– of the little girl having dinner on her TV table, big grin, with a Golden Globe on either side of her plate. It’s a sight to behold! Wait til Aviana finds out her mom also has 5 Oscar nominations!

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by admin   /   16.01.2018   /   0 Comments

Adam Shankman was on a Television Critics Association panel for Step Up: High Water, the YouTube Red series he is producing based on the Step Up films. After the panel, he spoke with /Film about the sequel to Enchanted. Shankman is set to direct the film, which is titled Disenchanted.

“We are handing in a script in a couple weeks that I’m super happy with,” Shankman said. “Then gotta get the music written.”

Disenchanted has been in development since 2010. Amy Adams will reprise her role as Gisele, the animated Disney princess who decided to stay in live-action New York at the end of Enchanted. The sequel is set 10 years after 2007’s Enchanted. As the title suggests, Giselle may be rethinking her love of the real world. That is still the premise of the new script, Shankman said.

“The fundamental story has changed a little bit, but not from the base story of it,” Shankman said. “It’s about Giselle 10 years later going, ‘What is happily ever after?’”

In classic Disney fashion, Enchanted had five musical numbers, three of which were nominated for Oscars (“Falling Slowly” from Once won that year). Shankman said there would be more songs in the sequel.

“There’s a lot more songs this time than there were in the original, at least in the planning phase right now,” Shankman said.

Enchanted was bookended with animated sequences. Shankman said fans can expect the same amount of animation in the sequel.

“As for the animation, it’s probably about the same amount,” he said.

Disenchanted could conceivably still make a 2018 release if the new script is greenlit immediately. For now, consider it TBD.

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by admin   /   21.12.2017   /   0 Comments

Amy Adams was spotted while out doing some Christmas shopping with friends at The Grove in Los Angeles, CA on December 21, 2017. Check the pictures in our gallery:

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by admin   /   06.12.2017   /   0 Comments

The  Entertainment Weekly brings the first official look of Amy Adams as Camille Preaker in Sharp Objects.

Camille and her mother, Adora — the women at the center of Gillian Flynn’s 2006 debut novel, Sharp Objects — have a relationship so toxic they should be reported to poison control.

In the eight-episode adaptation developed by Marti Noxon (UnREAL) and directed by Jean-Marc Vallée (Big Little Lies, Wild), their venomous connection only grows more potent when Camille (Amy Adams), a crime reporter fresh out of a psych hospital for her years of self-harm, returns to her hometown of Wind Gap, Mo., to investigate the murders of two little girls. The assignment lands her back in her childhood home under the critical eye of picture-perfect small-town socialite Adora (Patricia Clarkson), which forces Camille to confront personal demons, including spoiled half sister Amma, played by Eliza Scanlen.

Like Flynn’s other novels, Dark Places and Gone Girl — which have both been adapted into films — Sharp Objects has no shortage of disturbing twists, but the author says this book most needed the extra TV screen time. “I was really nervous it would just turn into a horror movie and lose a lot of the nuance,” she explains. “The mystery is as much about who Camille is and what happened in this town as it is about the murders.”

Diving into the unsettling world of Wind Gap hasn’t been easy on the actors, either. “I think it’s been a burden for [Amy] to carry that character,” Noxon admits. The same goes for Clarkson, who calls Adora “the beauty and the beast,” before adding, “It’s a very brutal part and one that can take a toll on you.” Like mother, like daughter — off camera, at least.

Sharp Objects debuts on HBO summer 2018.

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by admin   /   11.11.2017   /   0 Comments

Amy Adams  attended the 31st American Cinematheque ceremony at the Beverly Hilton in California on November 11, 2017. She  was honoured by the American Cinematheque for her entire carrer. Michael Shannon (her partner in Man of Steel and Nocturnal Animals) who presented the award.

Various stars were present to honor Amy, they also praised the actress:

,“You’re suppose to roast at these events. I don’t know how to do that, but you don’t roast angels.” –  DanisVilleneuve said during his speech about the actress

Chris Messina called Amy a “Babe Ruth” of actors “able to see something that no one else could see just like the ballplayer when he stepped up to the plate.” He regaled the crowd with an experience over the summer when they were shooting a scene for Sharp Objects in a 100-degree dinner in the valley. The steamy atmosphere was ideal for the fight scene they had to perform. However, after a few takes, Adams went to the monitor, studied her performance, and “pointed at the monitor. She wanted to do another take. It reminded me of when Babe Ruth would point to the bleachers,” said Messina. Adams called “MessyMessinaFamily. Working with you brought out the most genuine part of my spirit.

Jake Gyllenhaal also delivered heartfelt praises , that her canon “is a mind-bending study in versatility” with roles such as a “bio-hazard single mother, a bad ass bar maid, a neurotic blogger, a starlet and a nun.

People sometimes presume that when someone is at the top of their game, that they’re a total nightmare. Amy is the opposite, instead she’s a wonderful person,” said Gyllenhaal, “In short, we’re honoring a unicorn, a virtuoso talent with serious chops.”

Justin Timberlake who worked with Amy in Trouble With the Curve, she is a “karaoke monster” who “bullied me into singing ‘A Whole New World’ from Aladdin” while they were shooting the film in Atlanta, GA. “Quite frankly, I will sing with you anytime. But next time, I’m choosing the god damn song. I have a history with Disney, there’s a whole PTSD,” joked Justin. Adams said that Timberlake equally is also a karaoke beast. Recalling their experience, Amy said “There may have been a dance. The tequila part (of the story) was true.

Natalie Portman never worked with Amy, but is still waiting for “the perfect buddy comedy” to come along for them. Portman said that she “traveled with Amy on the campaign trail” meaning the awards season track. “During these interviews that get repetitive, Amy said something that it was difficult to be an actress because you have to have a thick skin because of all things people say about you, but you have to have a thin skin and be vulnerable when you’re working. She maintains that incredible vulnerability when I see her,” said the Black Swan Oscar winner.

Tom Hanks, who worked with Adams on Catch Me If You Can and Charlie Wilson’s War, said that when Amy first appeared as Brenda Strong in Spielberg’s caper, “The local 50 guys asked who is that woman playing Brenda Strong? Where did she come from? What food did they feed her as a child to become Brenda Strong? She’s a vision. She’s a plane so stellar that telescopes are needed.Hanks recounted Adams’ path from dinner theater, to landing her first film role in 1999’s Drop Dead Gorgeous which encouraged the actress to move to Los Angeles to pursue a professional acting career.

Amy in her speech remembered how she never wanted to mess up a line in front of TomHanks because he was a role model. During production on Charlie Wilson’s War, the sound production assistant had to move Adams’ mic, “because my heart was pounding so loud” said the actress; she was that nervous about potentially flubbing up in front of Hanks.

KristenStewart and Amy shared a small scene in a country house in On the Road, it was akin to a little-big sister relationship for the Twilight actress. But for Adams, “I was lactating through my dress. She was cool, just smoking and I’m trying to be cool with the young girls while I’m lactating” joked the actress.

Amy looked stunning in a custom Andrew Gn one-sleeve gown with 3D floral appliqué. She was accompanied by husband Darren Le Gallo and her family.

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