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Sharp Objects: “Cherry” Screen Captures

Sharp Objects: “Cherry” Screen Captures

Our gallery was updated with screen captures of the latest Sharp Objects episode, Cherry. You can also check below the promo for next week:


Sharp Objects: “Closer” Screen Captures

Sharp Objects: “Closer” Screen Captures

Our gallery was updated with screen captures of the latest Sharp Objects episode, Closer. Check below also the promo for next week.


Amy Adams visits Late Night with Seth Meyers

Amy Adams visits Late Night with Seth Meyers

Amy Adams was guest on Late Night with Seth Meyers last night, still chatting about Sharp Objects. You can watch now the interview below, and also see screen captures and promos in our gallery.

Sharp Objects: “Ripe” Screen Captures

Sharp Objects: “Ripe” Screen Captures

Our gallery was updated with screen captures from the 4th Sharp Objects episode, Ripe. Also, watch below the teaser for next week’s episode.


Amy Adams attends HBO Summer TCA

Earlier today Amy Adams attended alongside Jean-Marc Valle, Eliza Scanion, Gillian Flynn, Chris Messina, Patricia Clarkson and Marti Noxon the HBO Summer TCA 2018 at The Beverly Hilton Hotel, to chat about Sharp Objects. I have some pictures uploaded in our gallery.

The Woman in the Window: Casting Updates

The Woman in the Window: Casting Updates

We got exciting news over The Woman in the Window. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Gary Oldman has joined to star opposite Amy Adams. Earlier this week, it was announced Julianne Moore was in talks to join the movie as well.

The Darkest Hour filmmaker Joe Wright is directing the thriller, which sees Adams portraying a child psychologist with severe agoraphobia (and a penchant for mixing alcohol with her medication) who hasn’t left her house in months. The woman believes she witnessed a horrible crime involving a new neighboring family but no one, including the police, will believe her.

Julianne and Gary would play the mother and father of this misterious family.

Sharp Objects: ‘Fix’ Screen Captures

Sharp Objects: ‘Fix’ Screen Captures

Screen captures of the 3rd ‘Sharp Objects’ episode, titled Fix, are now added in our gallery. I have also uploaded some brand new promotional stills, you can find it following the links below.

Watch the promo for the next week’s episode:


Sharp Objects: “Dirt” Screen Captures

Sharp Objects: “Dirt” Screen Captures

Our gallery was updated with screen captures of last night’s Sharp Objects episode, titled Dirt.

HBO also released the trailer from next week, watch it below:

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Sharp Objects: “Vanish” Screen Captures

Sharp Objects: “Vanish” Screen Captures

Last night HBO aired the first episode of mini-series Sharp Objects and as expected, there’s a lot of buzz and praising over the cast acting.

A trailer with ‘the weeks ahead’ was released, which you can watch below:

Check screen captures of Vanish in our gallery.

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The Amy Adams Method

The Amy Adams Method

Few actors are as unshowy, or unshakable. With “Sharp Objects,” in which she plays a self-destructive journalist, the five-time Oscar nominee keeps evolving.

Interview by Reggie Ugwu to New York Times

Amy Adams reached into her fanny pack and fished out a stick of sunscreen. “I’m such a mom-nerd,” she apologized, as if sensing the pretense of Hollywood Glamour melt with each dab to her flush, freckled cheeks. It was a late morning in June and the sun was high; there was nothing to apologize for. But she is congenitally polite and, as she stared up at the storied Art Deco observatory in Griffith Park here, on an 1,100-foot summit of Mount Hollywood, maybe a tiny bit self-conscious.

The hike had been her idea. A brisk climb punctuated by postcard views of Los Angeles landmarks: the Hollywood sign, the Santa Monica Mountains, the gauzy downtown skyline. Growing up in Colorado as one of seven children, hiking had been a family ritual — her parents’ way of getting her and her siblings to burn off energy without busting through the walls or the budget.

But because of an unlikely chain of recent events that, she explained, began with a run-in with her childhood ballet teacher and ended with an overeager return to the horizontal bar, she had suffered an “old lady injury.” Which meant that she hadn’t exercised in a while. Which meant that, even a few dozen yards into a hike with someone whom she just met, she’d already felt herself running short of breath.

Between the panting and the fanny pack, Ms. Adams, already a five-time Oscar-nominated actress at 43, had begun to wonder what she must look like.

I feel like I always … I don’t know if disappoint is the right word,” she said, zipping away the sunscreen. She was wearing dark, printed leggings, a black gift-shop ball cap with her signature strawberry tresses pulled through it and a black T-shirt that read, in big cutesy letters, “Better in real life.” “But whenever people meet me they’re always like ‘Really? That’s who you are?’

She stopped for a moment, then deadpanned the answer that she always thinks but never says: “Yes. It is.

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