The 24 Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2017: Sharp Objects

Indiweire published today a list with the 24 Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2017 and, obviously, included Sharp Objects

Sharp Objects

Network: HBO
Release Date: TBA 2017
Talent: Marti Noxon (showrunner), Jean-Marc Vallée (producer), Amy Adams

Based on Gillian Flynn’s first novel, this HBO drama promises one of the writer’s patented dark descents into a troubled woman’s psyche, with Noxon (a former executive producer of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” who’s gone on to showrun series like “Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce” and “UnREAL”) adapting the novel for eight episodes. Vallée is on board to direct the story of a reporter (Adams) returning to her hometown to cover a string of murders, and we’ll be eagerly looking forward to more news on this one as it develops — fingers crossed, by the end of 2017.

Amy Adams to Receive her Walk of Fame Star Next January 11

Amy Adams to Receive her Walk of Fame Star Next January 11

As announced last year, Amy is receiving her own Hollywood Walk of Fame Star this year, and the date is set: January 11 (next Wednesday).

Honoree: Amy Adams
Emcee: Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, President/CEO Leron Gubler
Guest speakers: TBA
What: Dedication of the 2,598th star on the Walk of Fame in the category of MOTION PICTURES
Where: 6280 Hollywood Boulevard next to the W Hotel Hollywood
When: Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at 11:30 a.m. PST

Event will be live-streamed exclusively on

If you’re willing to attend, they have some tips:

All star ceremonies are free to attend. There is a public viewing area for all Walk of Fame star ceremonies. There is no fee to attend, no tickets, no admission fees.

  • Wear comfortable shoes and hydrate, bring sunscreen.
  • We do not allow chairs or step ladders in the audience area of the ceremony.
  • Star ceremony begins promptly at 11:30 a.m. and will be over by 12:15 p.m.
  • Crowd needs to disperse immediately following the end of the star ceremony please as we must give back the sidewalk and the street to the community.
  • As usual, you can find coverage here in our website, and in our twitter. Follow us: @amyadamsfancom

    Amy Adams Attends the Annual AFI Awards

    Amy Adams Attends the Annual AFI Awards

    Amy Adams is currently at the AFI Awards Cocktail reception held at Four Seasons Los Angeles in Beverly Hills. She’s looking amazing in a blue Roland Mouret Spring 2017 dress. Check the first batch of pictures in our gallery.

    Amy Adams at the W Magazine Celebration

    Amy Adams at the W Magazine Celebration

    Amy Adams attended last night at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles a party held by W Magazine, to celebrate the Best Performances Portfolio, and alongside the Golden Globes.

    Amy was stunning in a David Koma Spring 2017 colorblock dress, and was joined by husband Darren LeGallo. Check some pictures we found in our gallery.

    (Photos) National Board of Review Awards

    (Photos) National Board of Review Awards

    Amy Adams attended last night the National Board of Reviews Awards in New York City. She was announced as winner, for her work in Arrival, last year. She was joined by husband Darren Le Gallo, wearing a beautiful Marchesa Pre-Fall 2017 dress.

    She also attended a reception offered by Paramount, to celebrate their NBR winners. You can now find pictures of both events in our gallery.

    W Magazine Movie Issue: The Year’s Best Performances

    W Magazine unveiled today its new Movie Issue, and Amy is among their 2017 Best Performances.

    She’s featured in one of the four covers, alongside actor Matthew McConaughey. Some other featured stars are Nicole Kidman, Natalie Portman, Michelle Williams, Emma Stone, Andrew Garfield, and Chris Pine.

    Amy Adams: Arrival and Nocturnal Animals

    “Tom Ford became my muse on Nocturnal Animals. My character, Susan, was very personal to Tom, and so I based my interpretation on him. Tom would ask on set, ‘Why is Amy using her hands like that?’ And I said, ‘I’m copying you, Tom!’ I used him. I used him up.”

    They also talk about 2016 being the Year of Female Empowerment on Screen.

    In a year when a woman was denied the presidency, female characters prevailed on the big screen: Amy Adams was a linguist who brokered world peace in Arrival and a regretful art dealer in Nocturnal Animals. Natalie Portman brought nuance and steel to her portrayal of an icon, Jackie Kennedy; Annette Bening was at once enigmatic and commanding as an unorthodox 1970s matriarch in 20th Century Women. And Taraji P. Henson was fierce as a little-known heroine, NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson, in Hidden Figures. Unlike much of the country, Hollywood exalted in female empowerment, and audiences rejoiced.

    We’ll work to get you proper scans in our gallery asap. For now, check the HQ versions of both cover and photoshoot, thanks to my friend Annie from

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