A little bit late (sorry about that) I have added pictures of Amy attending the 2012 LACMA Art + Film Gala held on Saturday (October 27) in Los Angeles.
The gala honored artist Ed Ruscha and filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, coinciding with two new exhibits at the museum. The evening celebrated the art of the film and brought together luminaries from both communities.
Check the first batch of HQ pictures in our gallery, with more to come soon:
Trouble With The Curve
The People’s Choice Awards has started the voting for choose the 2013 nominees, and Amy can be voted in several categories. The first one is Favorite Movie Actress but she’s also listed as Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress. Her performance on screen with Justin Timberlake can be voted on Favorite On-Screen Chemistry and also Trouble with the Curve also can be nominated as Favorite Dramatic Movie.
You can cast your vote on their website, until November 15th when the final list will be announced.
Amy is covering the current issue of Fairlady magazine, and even if there’s no new picture on it, the article is a fun ride. It’s a mix of articles in which she talks about career and her life, including how she copes working and taking care of Aviana.
“I actually love my work more now, because I feel if I’m going to be away from Aviana, I’d better enjoy it. I’m trying to be more present in each moment of my life.”
Check scans in our gallery, and thanks to my friend Jess for the heads up.
Man of Steel
Movies.com has a Man of Steel Countdown column, in which they talk a little about character’s past, preset and future. This week, Lois Lane is on the spotlight. Check some excerpts below:
Although we can be assured that Amy Adams will have a different take on Lois Lane, in an interview with Yahoo! Movies, she explained how much she appreciated Margot Kidder’s version in the first two Christopher Reeve films, as well as the challenges of playing such an iconic character that has already been portrayed so well.
“It was intimidating because it was played before by Margot Kidder, whom I love. One of my favorite movies growing up was “Superman” — and “Superman 2.” I was kind of a nerd. I loved them so much. It was important to create a character that was new because I thought she was perfect. It’s hard to step into a role where you thought someone had already achieved what could be achieved. But coming from theater, you’re always stepping into a role that’s been done before, so you’re always excited about it.”
Then in the same USA Today interview from above, she spoke further about Kidder, saying, “I grew up really loving(her). I wasn’t trying to be her but I hope I do enough of a good job to have the same effect on young girls as Lois Lane had on me. I really loved seeing a woman represented as a modern woman in a superhero movie, and not even glamourized, really — she was kind of a troublemaker. She wasn’t a typical heroine. I identified with her from a very young age.”
Read the full article at movies.com