Amy to present at the Golden Globes

The Golden Globes announced that Eddie Redmayne (who is also a nominee for The Danish Girl), Amy Adams, Channing Tatum, and Patricia Arquette will present at the ceremony this Sunday. They’ll be joined by Jamie Foxx, J.K. Simmons, Julianne Moore, Amber Heard, Kate Hudson, Kurt Russell, and Jaimie Alexander, among others.

The 73rd Golden Globe Awards will air Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

TrevorLIVE 2015

Photos of Amy attending yesterday the TrevorLIVE has been added in out gallery:

Amy to attend – and present at – Travor Live

Amy Adams is among the presenters on Trevor Live, a semi-annual fundraising event offering a celebratory evening of impact and awareness for the suicide prevention resources and crisis intervention services offered by The Trevor Project. TrevorLIVE includes a pre-party, silent auction, live comedy and special guest performances followed by an after-party.

The event will take place in December 6th, 2015 at the The Hollywood Palladium, hosted by Joel McHale, and have in their confirmed guests Amy Adams, Sarah Silverman, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Karla Souza, Lisa Kudrow, Dermot Mulroney, among others. You will be able to check the red carpet livestream at

The Trevor Project was founded in 1998 by the creators of the Academy Award-winning short film TREVOR, and is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people ages 13-24. Read more (and watch the film) on their page, at The Trevor Project

Batman V Superman Trailer #2

And here’s the second Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer, full of new scenes (including one with Lois Lane). Check it:

Batman v Superman is out on theathers in March 25, 2016

Batman v Superman Exclusive Sneak

An exclusive sneak from upcoming Batman v Superman has aired tonight during midseason finale of Gotham. Tune in to Jimmy Kimmel Live this Wednesday, December 2nd, at 11:35 / 10:35 CT for the worldwide debut of the new #BatmanvSuperman: Dawn of Justice trailer. Watch the sneak below:

Story Of Your Life: looking ahead to a must-see sci-fi film

Sicario editor, Joe Walker, took part of The Deadline’s 2015 Contenders as part of David Villeneuve’s Sicario campaign, and he was asked about Story of Your Life.

What can you tell us about Story of Your Life, Villeneuve’s next that you also are editing?

It’s a big departure from Sicario, and I suppose it’s in the trajectory moving forward—he’s doing a very, very big sci-fi film next, which is Blade Runner 2. So we’re in the middle, but this is an amazing piece. I don’t know how much I’m allowed to tell you, but it’s Amy Adams and aliens, and it’s not often you say those words together. It all seems to be very hushed up. It’s from a short story that is really great, and we’re about halfway through our final cut. We had a day yesterday, which was just superbly inspiring. Some VFX work came in, and we had a good look at the aliens and where they’re at in the development process at the moment, and we were just dancing around with excitement because it’s really going well. I think it’s going to be phenomenal.

The website Den of Geek has published an article about the film as well, with a brief description of the short work in which the script is based.

Written by Ted Chiang and originally published in 1998, Story Of Your Life is a short work of genre fiction that deals with huge themes in its compact 39 pages. Alien craft appear in orbit around our planet, and a series of strange “artifacts” are discovered dotted around Earth’s continent – over a hundred in total, with nine of them found in the United States.

With the government keen to keep any details of the visitors out of public view, linguistics expert Dr Louise Banks is paired with a physicist, Dr Gary Donnelly, to try to find a means of communicating with the aliens. Dr Banks is ushered to a field containing one of the artifacts – now a maze of tents and military vehicles, surrounded by a concrete barricade designed to block prying eyes.

The artifacts, Dr Banks soon learns, are two-way communication devices. Oval and approximately 20 feet wide, they initially look like gigantic mirrors, but better resemble a pin-sharp video screen once encountered up close. It’s through one of these artifacts that Dr Banks makes her first contact with the visitors – bizarre, multi-limbed beings that are soon dubbed “heptapods”.

Initial attempts to interpret the aliens’ speech – which sounds to human ears like “a wet dog shaking the water out of its fur,” according to Dr Banks’ description – initially prove fruitless. Their written language, a psychedelic spiders’ web of symbols and lines, is even more complex. Dr Banks attempts to decipher the indecipherable, and, at the behest of a fractious military, discover whether the aliens have arrived as friends or would-be conquerors.

The film was filmed back in July in Quebec, and wrapped in August with a gift from Amy and Jeremy Renner.

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