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Check out the behind the scenes video of Amy while shooting the campaign for Lacoste:
A new – very beautiful – picture from behind the scenes of Amy Adams’ first campaign for Eau de Lacoste’s women’s fragrance have surfaced! She looks gorgeous and natural in the photo, which we’ve added to the gallery. A video from the set was added yesterday, if you haven’t yet, be sure to watch it here. The brand created a scent that is like “the feeling on skin of pure white cotton fabric.”
The plan is to start the promotions online, with a ton of advertising coming later. We can’t wait to see the print ads everywhere in a couple of weeks! So exciting for our Amy!
Thanks to InStyle UK, we have the first look at Amy Adams’ commercial shoot for the new Lacoste fragrance! She looks absolutely stunning in the video, where she poses for the ads and talks about the fragrance. Be sure to check out the video below for that. Also, Amy’s gracing the pages of the British magazine’s February issue (with Jessica Chastain on the cover). Scans will be added next, so stay tuned!
It’s being reported that Amy will be the face of a new Lacoste feminine fragrance.
Amy will reportedly be part of a large scale promotional drive online to promote the scent prior to a global in-store launch. The star joins actor Adrien Brody in being targeted by the French brand for their new campaigns.
According to WWD, the brand — known for its ties with some of the best legends in tennis, and of course, their colorful collection of polo shirts — plans to create a scent that is like “the feeling on skin of pure white cotton fabric.”
I have added additional pictures of Amy and Donna Murphy taken at Delacorte Theater in Central Park last July 20th to promote “Into the Woods” They’re slight tagged, but worth the view:
Could it be that Amy Adams has been rapping her foot impatiently all this time, wrapping film after film and winning Oscar nominations (three, to date) — just waiting to be promptly challenged by theatre? Making your stage debut and doing it with Sondheim is what’s known as Going In the Deep End. “That’s what I figured,” she chirped back, “but who wants to dive in the shallow end? You hit your head, right?”
The Baker’s Wife does give her a character with the kind of backbone she has been known to flash on screen. “I like that she’s a take-charge person. She’s someone who believes in her wish — y’know, believes in what it is she’s after. I like her chutzpah.”
The not small fact that the role came with song didn’t phase her or frighten her at all. “I didn’t even know how difficult it was going to be until I started. I remember when I started learning the music before I even came into rehearsal. I knew the solos, but then I started on the group numbers, and I thought, ‘Oh, what have I gotten myself into? This is really, really difficult.’ But everyone has been great to me. I’m lucky to have really great models here with Jessie Mueller and Donna and Sarah — so many great singers in the show — so I just sat next to them in rehearsal and tried my best.”
- Read the full article at The Playbill
Three-time Oscar nominee chats with Broadway.com about her New York stage debut playing the Baker’s Wife in the Stephen Sondheim/James Lapine musical Into the Woods:
The starry revival of the Sondheim/James Lapine musical Into the Woods opened to the public at the Delacorte Theatre yesterday, August 9. The reviews have been great so far, and after the opening night yesterday Amy attended a celebration party with cast and you can find pictures in the gallery.
Playbill posted a video with scenes of Into the Woods, which is opening right now at Central Park, New York. Check it:
Playbill just published an article with lots of photos of “Into the Woods” cast.
Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Tony Award-winning Into the Woods, which explores the shadows of well-known fairytales, receives a new outdoor staging beginning July 24 at the Delacorte Theater as part of The Public Theater’s programming.
Heavy rains during the July 18 week caused delays in the production’s rehearsal schedule, which pushed back the original July 23 start date to July 24. Into the Woods will officially open as scheduled Aug. 9 for a run through Sept 1.
Tickets to Shakespeare in the Park are free and are distributed, two per person, at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park the day of the show. The Public Theater is again offering free tickets through its Virtual Ticketing lottery at www.shakespeareinthepark.org on the day of the show.
The Delacorte Theater in Central Park is accessible by entering at 81st Street and Central Park West or at 79th Street and Fifth Avenue.
For the full article, go to ThePlaybill.com.