As we previously announced Amy was honoured last night at the Hollywood Film Awards as Hollywood Supporting Actress for ‘The Master.’ She was gorgeous in a Oscar de la Renta frock while walked the red carpet with fiance Darren Le Gallo. We have over 150 HQ pictures of Amy on the red carpet, inside and on stage in our gallery. Check the previews below:
Amy is covering the current issue of Fairlady magazine, and even if there’s no new picture on it, the article is a fun ride. It’s a mix of articles in which she talks about career and her life, including how she copes working and taking care of Aviana.
“I actually love my work more now, because I feel if I’m going to be away from Aviana, I’d better enjoy it. I’m trying to be more present in each moment of my life.”
Check scans in our gallery, and thanks to my friend Jess for the heads up.
Movies.com has a Man of Steel Countdown column, in which they talk a little about character’s past, preset and future. This week, Lois Lane is on the spotlight. Check some excerpts below:
Although we can be assured that Amy Adams will have a different take on Lois Lane, in an interview with Yahoo! Movies, she explained how much she appreciated Margot Kidder’s version in the first two Christopher Reeve films, as well as the challenges of playing such an iconic character that has already been portrayed so well.
“It was intimidating because it was played before by Margot Kidder, whom I love. One of my favorite movies growing up was “Superman” — and “Superman 2.” I was kind of a nerd. I loved them so much. It was important to create a character that was new because I thought she was perfect. It’s hard to step into a role where you thought someone had already achieved what could be achieved. But coming from theater, you’re always stepping into a role that’s been done before, so you’re always excited about it.”
Then in the same USA Today interview from above, she spoke further about Kidder, saying, “I grew up really loving(her). I wasn’t trying to be her but I hope I do enough of a good job to have the same effect on young girls as Lois Lane had on me. I really loved seeing a woman represented as a modern woman in a superhero movie, and not even glamourized, really — she was kind of a troublemaker. She wasn’t a typical heroine. I identified with her from a very young age.”
Read the full article at movies.com
I was convinced this project wouldn’t make it, but it seems I was wrong. The Hollywood Reporter came today with the news that Lee Daniels is in talks to direct “Get it While You Can” the Janis Joplin biopic that has Amy Adams attached to star as the queen of rock ‘n’ roll.
Daniels, who garnered acclaim and an Oscar nomination for his 2009 gritty drama Precious, followed that up with Southern thriller The Paperboy, which stars Matthew McConaughey, Zac Efron and Nicole Kidman and is now in theaters.
The project is independently financed, and there have been preliminary talks with Focus Features about coming on board, though no deal has been made. An early 2013 production start is being eyed. Robert Katz and Andrew Sugerman are producing along with Ron Terry, who wrote the screenplay with his wife, Theresa Kounin-Terry. Jay Tobin is exec producing.
So, excited much?
I have quite a treat for you today. I have up 115 beautiful blu-ray quality screen captures of Amy’s cameo on “On The Road”. The movie is out in basically everywhere but USA – which will be out only next December 21st – but you can already have the DVD, which will be launched tomorrow on Amazon.fr on DVD and Blu-Ray. So if you didn’t see it yet and can’t wait, pre-order your copy right now!
The lack of Amy appearances on mostly promotional pictures and trailers was the hint we need she did only a cameo. But a wonderful one, she has no more than 10 minutes in the whole movie but really worth watching. Check the previews below, and full screen captures in our gallery:
Amy Adams is the latest star to front edgy label Band of Outsiders’ Boy. by Band of Outsiders Polaroid campaign, following in the fashionable footsteps of hipster darlings Michelle Williams and Kirsten Dunst. In the funky photos, the usually perfectly put-together Amy swigs from a flask, shoots guns and even rocks a onesie. Check out her most spectacular shots:
Amy was all smiles yesterday as she attended the GLSEN Respects Awards ceremony in Beverly Hills. She hit the red carpet in a stunning black dress and heels, which she accessorised with gold drop earrings and a matching gold purse.
The awards honour individual and corporate leaders who have made a significant contribution to ensuring safe schools for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trasngender children.
Check some previews below, and full pictures inside our gallery:
Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper and Jeremy Renner will all co-star in David O. Russell’s next film, an untitled drama originally called “American Bullshit.” The quartet will play, respectively, a con artist, the man’s mistress, a federal agent and a New Jersey state assemblyman
The drama is reportedly based on the true story of Mel Weinberg and the ABSCAM sting operation in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Check the press release from Atlas Entertainment:
The Untitled David O. Russell Project is based on the true story of a notorious financial con artist (Bale) and his mistress/partner in crime (Adams), who were forced to work with an out of control federal agent (Cooper) to turn the tables on other con artists, mobsters, and politicians. At the epicenter of the entire tale, is the passionate and volatile leader of the New Jersey state assembly (Renner) who is also the local hero and mayor of impoverished Camden.
Look for the untitled film to hit theaters in 2013. Read more info at the original source at Huffington Post.
The October issue of Total Film Magazine has an special listing the 10 coolest movies being made right now, and of course The Master is one of them. Check scans in our gallery.
Amy Adams, a three-time best supporting actress Oscar nominee who is now in serious contention for her fourth nom in the category for Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master or Walter Salles’s On the Road or Clint Eastwood’s Trouble with the Curve, will receive the Hollywood Supporting Actress Award, LA Times said.
The Hollywood Film Awards, which are associated with the Hollywood Film Festival and determined by HFF founder and executive director Carlos de Abreu and his advisory team, recognize individuals for both career achievement and work released within the calendar year.
Previous recipients of the Hollywood Supporting Actress Award include Alison Lohman (2003), Susan Sarandon (2005), Sandra Bullock (2006), Jennifer Connelly (2007), Marisa Tomei (2008), Julianne Moore (2009), Helena Bonham Carter (2010), and Carey Mulligan (2011).