Last night it was held in Beverly Hills the Oscars Nominee Luncheon and Amy was there, as well her co-stars Bradley Cooper and Christian Bale, and director David O’Russell. I have added the first batch of pictures, as you can see by following the previews below:
FYI: Amy wore Elie Saab.
We just learned today that Philip Seymour Hoffman has been found dead at his apartment in New York City. For me, as a fan, this is devastating, but for the whole film industry, it’s a tragedy. Philip was one of the best of his generation, four time Oscar nominee (one win!) with some amazing roles under his extensive career.
Philip and Amy worked together three times, in Charles Wilson’s War, Doubt and The Master. It was just announced that they was going to work together again, in Ezekiel Moss.
My wish was to write a very good article in his honor, but I’m still speechless. Hope you’ve found your peace, Philip!
Oscar-nominated actors Matthew McConaughey and Amy Adams are heading to Inside the Actors Studio in the middle of Academy Award voting.
Bravo announced Thursday that it has set two back-to-back James Lipton sit-downs with the two stars in mid-February.
Lipton’s interview with Adams, who won the Golden Globe for her American Hustle role and is Oscar-nominated for best actress, will air Wednesday, Feb. 19 at 8 p.m. EST/PST.
Variety is reporting that Amy will be honored next February 22 with the Spotlight Award at the annual Costume Designers Guild Awards.
Michael Wilkinson, who is nominated for a CDGA in the period film category, said in a clip of the film that working on “Hustle” was a costume designer’s “dream” and that “being presented with characters like this is the biggest gift.”
This month as been extremely busy for Amy – and sadly, for me. Only today I am properly uploading tons of pictures I had settled on my computer from her past events, and I didn’t have time to upload, until today.
You will find pictures of Palm Springs, Golden Globes, W Magazine Party and a lot more of Critics Choice. Check at the links below:
Ridiculously late, but here’s the first batch of pictures from last night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards. Amy was an Old Hollywood siren on the red carpet, wearing a blue Antonio Berardi dress, Jimmy Choo shoes, Salvatore Ferragamo clutch, and Cartier jewels.
The entire ensemble of the David O. Russell film won the Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture award. American Hustle beat out 12 Years a Slave, Ausgust: Osage County, Dallas Buyers Club, and Lee Daniels’ The Butler for the big prize of the evening.
Check over 200 HQ pictures added in our gallery: