So, a lot of video interviews done last Friday are popping up here and there, and you can see it all on this post.
First, the cast interview done to E!. Check the others under the cut tag:
MAN OF STEEL press conference at Warner Brothers in Los Angeles. This event featured a Q and A with the cast and crew as well as an authentic costume and prop display from the film. Here, captured by Rennie Cowan on HD, you get a full round-up of cast questions!
The first pictures of Amy while attending the press conference for ‘Man of Steel’ was surfaced today, and thanks to my friend Carol we have beautiful HQ sized added in our gallery.
Even more media alerts coming our way today, with the fact that Amy is gracing the cover of Interview magazine’s June/July issue! She shares the front page with her Man of Steel co-star Henry Cavill, as they pose together in a black & white photograph. Amy and Henry talk about making the super-anticipated film – in theaters in ten days! – and we also get some great new pictures inside the magazine.
Be sure to click on the preview to the left or on the gallery-link below to check out the stunning cover. We will have scans from the magazine as soon as possible. Stay tuned!
Amy was today on The Ellen Show to promote her new movie Man of Steel and did a very funny (as always) interview, talking about her relationship with Darren, about Aviana, how many times she tried to get the Lois Lane part, how unatractive Henry Cavill is. Check it:
A huge thanks to my friend Haylie for recording it for us.
As you know, Amy is cover of Elle UK July issue (on stands this week, on May 5th!) and Elle just published the behind the scenes video and some excerpts from her interview:
She’s the unstarriest of megastars but Amy Adams loves the idea of being a diva and is set to play Lois Lane in Summer’s biggest blockbuster – Man Of Steel.
In her exclusive cover interview in the new issue of ELLE, which is on-sale on 5 June, Amy admits that she recently ‘stood for half an hour waiting [at a falafel joint] and no one paid attention.’
It’s almost unbelievable that a four-time Oscar nominated Hollywood A-Lister with trademark red hair can remain that anonymous. But then, Amy Adams is pretty extraordinary.
Our July cover star started out as a waitress in a musical theatre restaurant, entered the limelight in Catch Me If You Can in 2002 and then disappeared again before finding her stride: ‘I choked. I felt this pressure to suddenly be this level of actress that I wasn’t confident enough to be.’
‘Being an actress hasn’t made me insecure. I was insecure long before I declared I was an actress. I like not being noticed. It has been a struggle because I love performing, but if I’m in a group of people and someone has a bigger personality I’m like “Go ahead, and have fun! It looks like a lotta work.”‘
She also reveals the secret to being low-key, escaping the paparazzi and feeling out of place at the Oscars: “I had an existential crisis at the Oscars, sitting next to Sean Penn and Meryl Streep and being like, ‘What am I doing here? I don’t belong here.’
Check the video in our media archive, and screen captures uploaded in the gallery.