Here’s a video Vanity Fair published with a behind the scenes of the current Hollywood Issue. It has all stars photographed by Mark Weber, including some Amy snaps.
Vanity Fair embraced a new look for 2013’s Hollywood Issue by giving creative control over to acclaimed photographer Bruce Weber and the results are glorious!
Featured in the portfolio are stunning snaps of Hollywood’s hottest stars. In addition to cover subjects Emma Stone, Ben Affleck and Bradley Cooper, Halle Berry, Tom Hanks, the Fanning sisters, Ewan McGregor, Amy Adams, Henry Cavill, Liam Hemsworth and Benedict Cumberbatch are featured in new portraits, while vintage Brad Pitt, Joaquin Phoenix, Meryl Streep, Richard Gere, Sean Penn and Elizabeth Taylor Weber images are also included.
DesdeHollywood.com published this picture last night claiming it’s an official material because the image is accompanied by a watermark from Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures.
The photo sees Adams in what appears to be an office. She looks neat in her working suit, carrying a tablet while her hair is arranged into a simple bun. The picture is presented in black-and-white. Desde Hollywood explains that “the image comes from a black and white booklet printed and passed around in an event honoring Amy Adams.”
Last night, Amy Adams appeared on a very special episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, hosted by Matt Damon and re-titled Jimmy Kimmel Sucks! Tons of celebrities guested the show to trash-talk Jimmy Kimmel (all in good humor) with guest host – and self-proclaimed Kimmel-hater – Matt Damon. Amy looked gorgeous as she told Damon about the worst experience of her life (and yes, it involved Kimmel) and was super cute with pal Reese Witherspoon. I have added HD screen captures, official stills and the full video clip of Amy’s appearance to the site.
So, finally I have added over 1300 HD quality screen captures of Amy on her most recent work “Trouble With The Curve”. You can find it already on DVD/Blu-Ray so, be sure to get your own copy. Amy is fantastic as Mickey, in one of her most finest works.
Warner Bros. Pictures’ highly-anticipated Superman movie, Man of Steel, has been rated by the MPAA. The film has received a PG-13 rating “for intense sequences of sci-fi violence, action and destruction, and for some language.”