Janis Joplin Biopic ‘Get It While You Can’ No Longer Happening

Janis Joplin Biopic ‘Get It While You Can’ No Longer Happening

Jean-Marc Vallée gave a series of interviews to promote his HBO show ‘Big Lille Lies’. He’s also attached to direct ‘Sharp Objects’, that came with an invite from Amy Adams herself after the Janis Joplin project was cancelled, he told to Collider:

“It was supposed to be a movie first, but Marti Noxon is the guilty one. She’s the one that went to eOne because eOne had the rights, and then they went to HBO. She went to Gillian, eOne and HBO and said, ‘This is a TV series. This is not a film. Here’s why.’ She had a plan and a vision, and here we are, shooting eight episodes. We’re starting very soon. I committed to that before Big Little Lies. I was working with Amy Adams on the Janis [Joplin] project that we’re finally not doing, and she invited me to play in her new sandbox, doing a TV series. And then, Reese [Witherspoon] came and said, ‘I want you to come do this first, since that’s not ready.’ I said to Reese, ‘Okay, I’ll do Episodes 1 and 2 because I won’t have time [to do more]. I have to do Sharp Objects.’ And then, here we are.”

Amy boarded the Joplin biopic around 2010, at which point Fernando Meirelles was attached to helm. In 2013, director Lee Davis said this would be his next project. Eventually, Vallée took the director’s chair. Before Amy was attached, Reese Witherspoon and Renee Zellweger were linked to the lead role, and Catherine Hardwicke once considered directing.

It’s always possible the project will get revived in another form somewhere down the line, but it won’t be Adams and Vallée’s version.

Vallée went on to say that filming for Sharp Objects begins on March 6th, so while Adams is currently on the awards circuit for her stunning turn in Arrival, she’s due to start shooting the flashy TV series in just over a month’s time. HBO hasn’t yet revealed a premiere date for the show, but it will likely be sometime in 2018.

Watch: Amy Adams Sing ‘I Will Survive’

Amy Adams was asked to sing Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” to W Magazine, still as part of ‘The Year’s Best Performance’.

BAFTA Tea Party Portraits

Our gallery was updated with some portraits Amy did last week during the BAFTA Tea Party. Also, a beautiful portrait made last year to The Wrap has been also added.

Both were donated exclusively for our site, so I’m asking for not removing the tag. Thanks.

Jimmy Kimmel Live: Video and Screen Captures

Jimmy Kimmel Live: Video and Screen Captures

We updated our site with the video, and screencaptures, of Amy interview last Tuesday on Jimmy Kimmel Live. She talked – obviously – about Arrival, but also about the Golden Globes. On the interview, she explained the photobombing thing with Amy Schumer and the Stranger Things kids.

I had this horrible thing happen where the Stranger Things cast were like, ‘Amy! Amy!’ and I was like, ‘Oh my gah!’ and it was Amy Schumer. So I photobombed a picture and felt better.

Amy Adams Receives Hollywood Walk of Fame Star

Amy Adams Receives Hollywood Walk of Fame Star

Amy was honored today with at star at the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Jeremy Renner, who co-starred with Adams in “American Hustle” and “Arrival,” director Denis Villeneuve joined Adams in speaking in the ceremony in front of the W Hotel Hollywood on Hollywood Boulevard.

She was also joined by husband Darren Le Gallo, daughter Aviana and mother Kathryn Adams, also other family members. Watch the ceremony below:

We have the first batch of HQ pictures added in our gallery. Enjoy!

Amy Adams Receives BAFTA Nomination

Amy Adams Receives BAFTA Nomination

Amy Adams received another nomination for her work in Arrival, this time from The British Academy of Film and Television Arts , which announced its nominees for the 70th BAFTA Awards early Tuesday morning.

Amy is nomination as Leading Actress alongside fellow actresses Emily Blunt (The Girl on the Train), Emma Stone (La La Land), Meryl Streep (Florence Foster Jenkins) and Natalie Portman (Jackie).

Arrival received a total of 9 nominations, including Best Film, Adapted Screenplay, and Director (Denis Villeneuve).

Nocturnal Animals received a total of 8 nominations, including Director (Tom Ford), Best Actor (Jake Gyllenhaal), Best Supporting Actor (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), and Adapted Screenplay.

You can see the full list of nominees at the BAFTA official website.

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