Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner attended today a press conference for “Arrival”, and you can watch it below:
In a double date with Elle, Amy is also cover of their UK November issue. The magazine will reach the stands next October 18!
FIRST LOOK! Globally renowned actress and five-time Oscar nominee, Amy Adams, is our #NovemberELLE cover star. The star of Tom Ford's (@tomford) new film 'Nocturnal Animals' and Sci-Fi drama 'Arrival', both of which are garnering five-star reviews and Oscar (@theacademy) buzz, stars in the issue out on newsstands on 18 October. Photogrpahy by Liz Collins (@lizcollinsphotographer), styling by Anne-Marie Curtis (@amcelle), and wearing Balenciaga (@balenciaga). #ELLExAmy #AmyAdams
Amy Adams is one of the covers of Elle magazine, with its The Women in Hollywood issue. The other amazing covers are Kristen Stewart; Lupita Nyong’o; Anna Kendrick; Aja Naomi King; Felicity Jones; Kathy Bates; and Helen Mirren.
The magazine will be on stands next October 18th, and you can expect scans as soon as possible!
— ELLE Magazine (US) (@ELLEmagazine) October 10, 2016
Amy rocked in Valentino earlier today the red carpet of London Film Festival. She joined her co-star Jeremy Renner for the premiere of “Arrival”, and later they attended a reception for the The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences new members.
I have over 200 HQ pictures from this evening in our gallery. Enjoy!
Amy Adams and fellow friend Emma Stone attended the opening night of the 39th Mill Valley Film Festival on Thursday night. Amy discussed her love of the crapf and her latest roles ahead of screenings at CineArts Sequoia theater, kicking off the 10-day festival.
Amy discussed motherhood (“Sounding out a word with my daughter last night before I had to do something… helping her learn how to read, that’s an amazing moment,” she said) and how her favorite sci-fi films helped her character in “Arrival,” during a pre-screening party at Mill Valley’s Outdoor Art Club.
“My first experience with science fiction was ‘E.T.,’” Adams said. “I always hold on to that – and I know it’s not as sophisticated but it’s such an intimate, human story about relationships.”
Looking ahead, locals also prodded Adams about her forthcoming project “Get It While You Can,” a biopic of San Francisco rock icon Janis Joplin.
“Here’s what I say about the Janis project: It’s sort of like, when Janis wants that to happen, it’ll happen,” she said. “I think she’s still a powerful force.”