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The Muppets: On Set in Los Angeles

Amy started her works at her new movie “The Muppets”, and I added a few MQ pictures to our gallery. Check it:

Regarding the website, I’m back on track with
I’ll be transferring all updates and files uploaded at, and soon will be uploading new files. Bare with me while I do it. 🙂

Amy covers the new Hollywood Reporter

Magazine launches; cover features six leading awards season actresses for roundtable discussion.

In an awards season where actresses have created unusually memorable performances, The Hollywood Reporter is focusing on six of the most buzz-worthy in its first relaunched issue available Wednesday.

Amy Adams (The Fighter), Annette Bening (The Kids Are All Right), Helena Bonham Carter (Alice in Wonderland, The King’s Speech), Nicole Kidman (Rabbit Hole), Natalie Portman (Black Swan) and Hilary Swank (Conviction) sat down with THR for an hourlong freewheeling and often fun discussion to kick off the annual Awards Season Roundtable Series.

The actresses discussed everything from dealing with director conflict on the set, the emotional impact of certain roles, to how they balance motherhood and work. The interviews were conducted on Oct. 25 at the Siren Studios in Los Angeles. The group was photographed by photographer Lorenzo Agius.

Extensive video portions of the interview will be available on THR online on Nov. 3.

Amy Choosing Between Three Roles, Including the New Muppet Movie

Amy Adams is justifiably in demand. She’s got The Fighter coming up in which she’ll appear opposite Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale, and is shooting and/or prepping parts in On the Road and the Janis Joplin biopic Get it While You Can. And now three more pictures are vying for her attention. Chief among them is Jason Segel’s new Untitled Muppet Movie.

EW says that Adams is in talks for a role in the Untitled Muppet Movie, formerly The Greatest Muppet Movie of All Time, and that the part seems to be the most solid opportunity. She’d certainly work great opposite Segel and Muppet alike, and should she be pushed to perform songs written by Segel, her work in Enchanted amply demonstrates that she’d be on familiar ground.

But there’s competition from Cameron Crowe, who wants Adams for his adaptation of We Bought a Zoo, in which she’d appear opposite Matt Damon. (Damon is “Benjamin Mee, a recently widowed man who buys a dilapidated zoo as a condition of purchasing a beautiful country estate.”)

And then there is Alex Kurtzman’s Welcome to People, which just booked Chris Pine as the male lead. That’s Kurtzman’s directorial debut, written with creative partner Roberto Orci and Jody Lambert. It’s about “Sam (Pine) who loses his father to cancer only to learn that he was hiding a secret family.” Amy would be Sam’s half-sister, ” a struggling single mother and a recovering alcoholic” to whom Sam has to deliver a large inheritance

On The Road: “I Was Very Intimidated”.

Amy talked with E!’s Mark Malkin last night, and some of subjects was her most recent project, On The Road, and her impressions about working with Kristen Stewart.

Amy spent four days in New Orleans shooting “On the Road” with Twilight star Kristen Stewart. “I got requests for autographs, and I didn’t ask for a single one,” Why? “I guess I’m getting to the point in my life where I’m suspicious of teenagers and I’m intimidated a little bit.

Kristen is 20 years old. She’s not a teenager but she’s close enough and I was very intimidated,” Adams said.

Adams is a fan of Stephenie Meyer’s vampire book series. “I told [Stewart] I read the books and she was like, ‘You’ve read the books?,’ ” Adams recalled. “She couldn’t compute it, but you have to imagine I was playing this sort of bedraggled drug addict so I’m she was like, ‘That doesn’t seem like the audience.’ But she was incredibly gracious and lovely.

This was the Amy’s first red carpet appearance since giving birth to her first child Aviana, on May 15. “I don’t think she recognized me when I was leaving the house, I’m so done up and she’s used to seeing me in sweats.


Amy Adams Reveals Mixed Emotions About Playing Janis Joplin in Upcoming Biopic

Amy Adams is known for playing characters with sunny dispositions, but the Oscar-nominated star is getting ready to play what may prove to be her most challenging role to date.

It’s there,” she said with a smile at this week’s Variety Power Women’s Luncheon, when we asked if it was confirmed that she would be playing late rocker Janis Joplin in an upcoming biopic about her life.

But taking on the character of one of America’s edgiest, most esteemed music legends comes with mixed emotions for 36-year-old Adams.

I’m feeling excited, scared – all of the things,” Adams said, adding that she was a huge fan of Joplin, who died in 1970 at the age of 27

Gallery: Variety’s 2nd Annual Power Of Women Luncheon

Added 83HQ pictures of Amy at “Power of Women” luncheon. She looks adorable in pink.

Amy Adams makes school a top priority

Amy is being honored today by Variety’s “Power of Woman”, as previously reported here. The ceremony will take place in Beverly Hills, today, and Amy is being honored for her work at Ghetto Film School.
For this matter, Variety did a ‘profile article’ with any honorees (besides Amy, Susan Bymel, Jennifer Garner, Eva Mendes, Kate Holmes and Diane Lane will also receive the honor).

Women’s Impact Report: Lifetime Impact Honorees
Who: Amy Adams — who first gained wide attention for her Oscar-nominated turn in “Junebug” and subsequently in such films as “Enchanted,” “Doubt” and “Julie and Julia” — will next star in “The Fighter” (due out in December) opposite Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale. She recently wrapped “On the Road,” playing an emotionally damaged junkie and the wife of Old Bull Lee (Viggo Mortensen).

Why: “I was really interested in getting into the film industry when I was younger but it wasn’t available to me where I lived,” says Adams. “It seemed like this unattainable goal. When I heard these kids’ stories, I so identified with having the desire but not having the funds or access to education.” She adds: “It’s the question I get asked the most: ‘How did you get started?’ For me, I got lucky. So many people don’t know how to get their foot in the door, and that’s why this program really spoke to me.”

Read the full article at Variety homepage.

‘The Fighter’ trailer

Amy’s upcoming movie “The Fighter” has finally its trailer released. The film is directed by David O. Russell and stars Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale, alongside Amy. “The Fighter”, which hits theaters on December 10, 2010, is a drama about the boxer “Irish” Micky Ward and his troubled boxer-trainer half-brother Dicky.

Amy to receive ‘Variety’ honor

Next September 30, Amy is set to be honored by Variety on the 2nd Power of Women luncheon.

Seven women in the entertainment biz will be honored for their philanthropic efforts at Variety’s second annual Power of Women luncheon, set for Sept. 30 at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

This year’s honorees and their charitable causes are thesps Amy Adams (Ghetto Film School), Jennifer Garner (Save the Children), Katie Holmes (Dizzy Feet Foundation), Diane Lane (Heifer Intl.), Eva Mendes (Art of Elysium), Natalie Portman (FINCA) and Management 360 founding partner Suzan Bymel (Global Creative Forum).

Amy at the “Angel Awards”

Project Angel Food, on Saturday August 21st, hosted their annual Angel Awards gala event to recognize the efforts of individuals and businesses who contributed to the non-profit’s cause. The event raised much needed funds to deliver 13,000 meals a week to those with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life threatening diseases in Los Angeles County. One of the highlights of the evening was Academy Award Nominated Actress, Amy Adams, presenting Paramount Pictures an Angel Award.

Amy was beautiful in a vintage Byblos dress from Frock. Check it