I realized the screen captures I made from ‘The Master’ hasn’t been uploaded! You can find it now up in the gallery. Amy did a brilliant job as Peggy Dodd, be sure to check out if you didn’t see the movie yet.
Amy stopped by The Tonight Show last night to promote The Master and during her chat with Jay Leno she talked about how much she wanted to be the actual Lois Lane from the Superman movies, later realizing she probably gave Lois too much credit in the smarts department. Adams then wove her fangirl flag high by admitting to knowing all the words to Maureen McGovern’s “Can You Read My Mind?” which Margot Kidder was supposed to sing in the original, but was replaced by a voiceover at director Richard Donner’s discretion.
You can watch this moment – and the whole interview as well – below, plus screen captures in our gallery.
As previously stated, Amy Adams received an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her brilliant portrayal of Peggy Dodd in The Master this morning. E! Online has printed some of the nominees’ reactions on their site, including a statement from Amy. Here’s what she said:
Amy Adams, Best Supporting Actress, The Master: “It is such an honor to receive this recognition from the Academy. Working with Paul Thomas Anderson was a unique and wonderful opportunity that I am so grateful for. I’d also like to send congratulations to the other nominees and to my costars Philip [Seymour Hoffman] and Joaquin [Phoenix].”
The nominations for the 85th Annual Academy Awards are announced as we speak – and Amy Adams just received one for Best Supporting Actress for The Master!! Huge congratulations to Amy for this well-deserved fourth Oscar nomination! She was nominated alongside Anne Hathaway, Jacki Weaver, Sally Field and Helen Hunt. Other nominations for The Master include Joaquin Phoenix and Phillip Seymour Hoffman. The winners will be announced during the Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday, January 24. Good luck, Amy!
The nominations for the 2013 BAFTA Awards were announced this morning – and Amy Adams was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for The Master! Big congratulations to Amy for the nomination, which she got alongside Anne Hathaway, Helen Hunt, Judi Dench and Sally Field. The Master was also nominated for Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Original Screenplay. Hopefully we will continue our celebration tomorrow when the Academy Award nominations will be announced…
Today, the list of winners of the National Society of Film Critics awards were announced – and Amy Adams won for Best Supporting Actress for The Master! Huge congrats to Amy for the well-deserved award! Let’s hope this isn’t the last one she receives for her fantastic portrayal of Peggy Dodd, as all the major award shows are still ahead of us. The Master also won for Best Cinematography (Mihai Malaimare, Jr.)! See the complete list of winners here.