The new campaign for Max Mara starring Amy was released. It was shot by Mario Sorrenti, and looks amazing! Watch it below, and check screencaptures in our gallery.
Today Amy is celebrating her 41st birthday, and on behalf the website and the fans, I would like to wish her a very happy birthday today. I hope she has a fantastic day spent with her loved ones.
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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is featured on current Empire magazine, and with it we have the first production still of Amy as Lois Lane on this new film. Head over to the gallery for the scans, thanks to Annie from mrcavill.com for sending in to our way.
The new campaign Amy Adams made for Max Mara, for its Fall collection, is already being published in some media outlets. My friend Annie sent me some scans published in August. Check it:
The cast of Batman V Superman was featured on the last Entertainment Weekly magazine, that was covering the events from Comic-Con. You can find the digital scan added in our gallery, plus two new pictures of the photoshoot they took while attending the con.
One of the most talked about panels from last week’s Comic-Con was definitely the DC one, featuring Suicide Squad and Batman V Superman cast. The Hollywood Reporter did a big assemble photoshoot featuring both casts.
Good and evil collided at The Hollywood Reporter’s exclusive Comic-Con photo shoot with the directors and stars of Warner Bros.’ upcoming DC Comics adaptations.
Superheroes and supervillains collided — quite amicably, we must say — at The Hollywood Reporter’s top-secret Comic-Con photo shoot.
After stunning the Hall H crowd on Saturday with new footage, 17 actors, as well as directors Zack Snyder and David Ayer, from Warner Bros.’ Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad — together comprising the long-awaited first phase of Warners’ DC Cinematic Universe — zoomed off for what would be their first photo together.
While both casts appeared during Warner Bros.’ panel, they didn’t take the stage at the same time. So THR’s photo shoot was not only the first time that the two casts got together, but for many it was their first time meeting one another entirely.
If the movies are part of a big DC family, Batman v. Superman is the older, more mature sibling on which the weight of responsibility falls. Suicide Squad is the bratty little kid, chewing bubble gum and tagging walls.
The cast of Batman v. Superman looked on with bemusement, like they weren’t quite sure what to do with the family member that steals cars for a living. They were bonded too, it just showed in a more subdued way — like when Adams jokingly sat on Affleck’s lap when they were taking their seats for the shoot. But don’t let their quiet demeanor fool you: Adams photo-bombed Delevingne and Gadot with aplomb.
And while they may be only newly acquainted, there’s already a friendly rivalry brewing between the two casts, with the Suicide Squad group joking that they’d eat all the sandwiches before the Dawn of Justice cast got there. Affleck, meanwhile, joked that he wouldn’t be waiting on the slacking Suicide Squad to take his group photo.