Last week Amy took a break from filming in Ireland to begin promoting Night at the Museum 2. On May 14th and 15th she attended both a premiere and press conference in Washington. Amy was her usual fashion savy self in a lavender gown Roland Mouret Fall 2009 at the premiere and was elegant and chic in a black cocktail dress at the conference.
Firstly, I want to note that I was unable to update prior to this. Although I returned from my trip last month, I lost my internet connection soon after and just now got it back. Anyways, I will now be resuming with all the latest Amy news so be sure to stick around to Amy Adams Fan – we’re not going anywhere! 😉
Amy was recently featured in Parade magazine earlier this month. There was a new article and gorgeous new shoot with Miss Adams.
• Photoshoots: Parade (2009)
The full length trailer for Julie & Julia has been released over at MovieFone, be sure to check it out! Amy and Meryl look positively adorable in there roles and there is a lot of funny little moments in the trailer, can’t wait to see it!
A few days ago I added screencaps of the 2005 film Standing Still in which Amy played Elise, don’t miss the update in the gallery! Amy is really sweet in the role and looks beautiful as always. There is a little more mature content in the caps so heads up to the younger visitors. For more of my thoughts regarding the film read here.
As most of you know, Miss Adams is gracing the cover of W magazine’s May issue! And how gorgeous is the shoot! It’s also quite unlike an previous shoots to date so that’s super cool. The article is yet another fascinating read, it’s available here in our library so be sure to check it out. I don’t know when I’ll be able to purchase the magazine myself, but I will try and get scans up as soon as possible.
“She is so transformative in her acting, and that’s the hardest thing to be,” says Shawn Levy, director of Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, out in May, in which Adams plays Amelia Earhart. “It’s rare among younger actors and especially rare among attractive actors. It’s the domain of so-called character actors. Amy never got the memo that she’s superhot.
• Photoshoots: W (2009)
Here is a round up of some of the things that have occurred since I left you last month.
– Unfortunately Amy did not attend the Kids Choice Awards unlike previously reported.
– Amy is currently in Ireland filming Leap Year.
– Night at the Museum 2 is releasing next month and promotion is getting started! In addition to also being featured in EW there are new stills available here.
– Doubt is now on DVD, be sure to pick yourself up a copy!
– Amy is on the cover of W magazine for May 2009! Read the article here.
Last but certainly not least the forum has moved to the new domain Amy-Adams.net! It’s not located on a new sever thanks to Flaunt.nu and will hopefully be stable from here on out! We also have a new theme up on the forum so be sure and join us for all kinds of topics about Miss Amy Adams and her career!
I wanted to let all of our loyal visitors know that this site will likely not be updated a whole lot until the end of April. I am going to be traveling and my internet access will be very minimal. But I will try and update the site as much as I can, if possible. Also this regards e-mail replies and comments approval. If the hiatus will last longer than a month, I will be sure to update on it again. But rest assured, I will update as soon as I can!
Meanwhile, check out our forum for all the latest on Amy Adams!
Adam Scott (Step Brothers) has signed on to star alongside Amy Adams and Matthew Goode in Spyglass’ romantic comedy Leap Year, reports Variety.
The story centers on a young woman who travels to Dublin to propose to her boyfriend (Scott) on Leap Day. When weather forces her to veer off course, she enlists a cynical Irish innkeeper (Goode) to join her on a cross-country trip.
Anand Tucker directs from a script by Harry Elfont and Deb Kaplan. Shooting begins this month in Ireland.
Amy was featured in the February 2009 issue of Vogue Italia. She was one of the first actresses (aside from Scarlett Johansson, the new face of the collection) to model Dolce & Gabbana’s new make-up line. Dressed head to toe in Dolce & Gabbana – and by this she was literally, even including her eyes, cheeks and nails.
The photoshoot by Max Vadukul is absolutely to die for, Amy looks so ravishing! View it in our gallery as well as some temporary scans, those hopefully will be replaced with original and better quality versions if we manage to find (and afford) a copy of the magazine.
Sunshine Cleaning, due for release this month, is currently getting some really positive reviews. Check out these snippets which are particularly praising Amy’s and her co-star’s performances.
That’s the silver lining in this emotionally inconsequential dramedy: Truly lovely performances by Adams and Blunt pierce the thoroughly artificial climate. New Zealand-born director Christine Jeffs and screenwriter Megan Holley were lucky to land these two talents when the film went into production back in 2007, just after Blunt broke through in The Devil Wears Prada but long before Adams’ Oscar-nominated turn in Doubt. As blooming Rose, Adams taps into a delicate vein of warmth and humor that makes her every reaction fresh; we may not understand why this arbitrarily thwarted character has settled for so little, but we cheer for Adams in the role. (The actor makes a showstopper moment out of Rose’s attendance at a shallow classmate’s baby shower.) And wielding the attitude of a not-as-tough-as-she-thinks chick, Blunt complements Adams’ honeyed energy with her own irresistible, more deadpan vigor. She’s a great eye-roller.