Our gallery was updated with high quality images of Amy attending earlier today the Warner Bros. panel for Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice on Comic-Con. More will be added as it surfaces. Enjoy!
The Warner Bros. Panel for Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is now online (minus footage, of course) and you can watch it now:
Warner Bros. just finished their epic presentation on Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con and the full Dawn of Justice cast was present, including Amy Adams!
Pictures will be added later, but for now, check the new trailer that was just released. Just epic!
The Warner Bros. panel will hit San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday morning (and I’ve seen some unconfirmed lists that Amy may appears on it, but I really don’t believe in it), but today we got some exciting news. The Alberta Film Ratings has listed Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice on their recent classified trailers list.
The trailer was classified on July 7, and will be 2:24 running time.
This means we will probably be seeing a full-length trailer, over 2 minutes of footage, premiering tomorrow at the panel. Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice will be out in March 25, 2016.
Amy Adams attended yesterday a Max Mara resort show in London, joined by now husband Darren Le Gallo on the front row for the catwalk show, and the pair chatted animatedly to Max Mara’s Director of European Retail Development, Nicola Gerber Maramotti. They also attended a private dinner later. She was lovely in a salmon pink wrap dress and nude court shoes. Check pictures added in our gallery.
Focus Features has nabbed Tom Ford’s upcoming thriller Nocturnal Animals, the second feature film from the fashion designer-turned-filmmaker following 2009’s Oscar nominated A Single Man, Deadline reported. Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal are set to star.
Ford will write, direct and produce the film, which is based on Austin Wright’s novel “Tony and Susan.” Published in 1993, the book is described as follows.
Fifteen years ago, Susan Morrow left her first husband Edward Sheffield, an unpublished writer. Now, she’s enduring middle class suburbia as a doctor’s wife, when out of the blue she receives a package containing the manuscript of her ex-husband’s first novel. He writes asking her to read the book; she was always his best critic, he says.
As Susan reads, she is drawn into the fictional life of Tony Hastings, a math professor driving his family to their summer house in Maine. And as we read with her, we too become lost in Sheffield’s thriller. As the Hastings’ ordinary, civilized lives are disastrously, violently sent off course, Susan is plunged back into the past, forced to confront the darkness that inhabits her, and driven to name the fear that gnaws at her future and will change her life.
Production on Nocturnal Animals is planned to begin this fall. Focus will distribute the film in the U.S. with Universal Pictures handling international distribution.