I added to the gallery the pictures of the photoshoot, behind the scenes and interview of The Actress Roundtable promoted by THR. The video you can watch as well below:
Once again, Amy is one of the actresses at annual The Hollywood Reporter roundtable, sharing it with awards contenders Naomi Watts, Anne Hathaway, Marion Cotillard, Sally Field, Rachel Weisz and Ellen Hunt. Check the interview, which appears at the November 30 issue:
The Hollywood Reporter: What makes you afraid as an actress?
Anne Hathaway: You start with an easy one!
Naomi Watts: I’m not happy unless I’ve got a little bit of fear going. I’m always trying to pull out. I’m always calling the director and saying, “I don’t know if I can do it.” With Mulholland Drive, I was completely terrified working with David Lynch. I was going on years and years of auditions and being told I was too this, too that, not enough of this, not enough of that, to the point where I was so afraid and diluting myself into absolutely nothing — and then he just looked me in the eye and saw something. He just spoke to me and unveiled all those locked masks.
THR: Do you still have those masks?
Watts: Yeah, I keep them in reserve. (Laughter.)
Amy Adams: I was 30 when I got Junebug, so I had the same thing. Whoever was getting the job, I tried to figure out what they did and do the same thing. I remember hearing about Naomi’s experience. That gave me a lot of faith in times where I was going to quit.
THR: How close did you get to quitting acting?
Adams: Pretty close. Not quitting in the sense that I wasn’t going to be an actress, but maybe move to New York, move back to a smaller market. I just wasn’t happy. If I wasn’t going to be happy, then it wasn’t worth it.
THR: Are you happy now?
Adams: Yeah. (Laughter.)
Amy Adams arrives at the Beverly Hills Hotel’s patio doing what she calls her “zombie limp,” the result of a broken pinky toe. Her hair is up, her guard is down and she’s showing off an adorable photo of her 2-year-old daughter, Aviana, dressed up as a purple butterfly for her first Halloween.
It’s a deceptively relaxed moment. In the last 18 months, Adams, 38, has worked with Paul Thomas Anderson (“The Master”), Clint Eastwood (“Trouble With the Curve”) and Spike Jonze (the upcoming sci-fi romance “Her”), played Lois Lane for next year’s “Superman” reboot and starred in the Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park production of “Into the Woods.” Next up: A reunion with her “Fighter” director, David O. Russell.
But, for now, let’s focus on Peggy Dodd, the strong, steely woman pulling the puppet strings in “The Master” as the wife of cult leader Lancaster Dodd. It’s a role that has put the three-time Oscar nominee back into the awards-season conversation.
Thanks to my friend Nicole I got my hands in a new photoshoot taken during the Hollywood Film Awards. Check it:
So, the U.S. trailer for “On The Road” was released yesterday. Watch it below:
“On The Road” will hit theaters next December 21st.
Last night Amy attended the “On The Road” screening at the AFI festival, rocking the red carpet in a Dolce & Gabbana dress joined by her partner Darren Le Gallo. You can check the first batch of HQ pictures in our gallery:
Amy and Darren attended last night the Wantful: Art of Giving in Los Angeles and I have a few pictures up for you in the gallery. Check it:
A little bit late (sorry about that) I have added pictures of Amy attending the 2012 LACMA Art + Film Gala held on Saturday (October 27) in Los Angeles.
The gala honored artist Ed Ruscha and filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, coinciding with two new exhibits at the museum. The evening celebrated the art of the film and brought together luminaries from both communities.
Check the first batch of HQ pictures in our gallery, with more to come soon:
I went ahead and added more HQ pictures of Amy last night at The Hollywood Awards red carpet. Check it: