Luciana May 2nd, 2014
Variety – The Weinstein Co. has dated “Big Eyes,” starring Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz, for a Christmas release in the U.S. — positioning it for an awards season push.
In the film, Adams portrays Margaret Keane and Waltz plays her husband Walter Keane, who was credited with revolutionizing popular art in the 1950s and 1960s with portraits of waif-like children with huge eyes. However, Margaret Keane was the actual painter, leading to the breakup of their marriage when the ruse was discovered.
“Big Eyes” is directed by Tim Burton from a script by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski. Danny Huston, Krysten Ritter, Jason Schwartzman, Terence Stamp and Jon Pulito also star.
Luciana May 2nd, 2014
Lucky Magazine has published the confirmed guest list for The 2014 Met Gala, named “Charles James: Beyond Fashion”. Amy Adams is among the confirmed celebrities, and it’s already exciting even if they don’t have more deets on what she will be wearing.
The Met Gala will take place next May 5, so stay tuned!
Luciana May 1st, 2014
Finally, the trailer for Lullaby (arriving in theatres on June 13th) was released and you can watch it below:
Luciana April 30th, 2014
As one of the honorees of TIME magazine’s Most Influential People In The World of 2014, Amy Adams was celebrated at a gala hosted by the said publication on Tuesday night in New York. You will find 66 HQ pictures added to our gallery:
Luciana April 24th, 2014
Amy Adams by Emily Blunt
The cinematic chameleon
Amy and I properly got to know each other in Albuquerque, N.M., while we were shooting Sunshine Cleaning. One night I was driving us home from a Mexican restaurant. I had just told her I was a great driver. Then, as we were leaving, I put the car in drive — rather than reverse — and drove us into a tree. It was a tap, not a cataclysmic crash. But to Amy, stuff like that is heaven. She just burst out laughing. That’s what I love most about Amy — she’s silly and funny and dirty. And she’s incredibly honest. She’s self-admittedly terrible at small talk and hiding her feelings, which I really admire in an industry full of gush. She’s also spooky-good at her job. There’s a certain mystique about Amy that helps the audience go with her on this chameleon of a career, from Enchanted to The Fighter to American Hustle. And I don’t think she’s discovered her full bag of tricks even yet.
Time unveiled their 2014 Most Influential People list and Amy is among them, receiving this tribute from her friend, the actress Emily Blunt.