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Craig Ferguson – March 6, 2009

“A little slow motion and latex, that’s what my career needs right now.” – Amy Adams

I’ve added HQ stills and 400+ screencaptures of Amy’s appearance on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson this past Friday. She looked gorgeous in blue and talked about Sunshine Cleaning, her engagement and action films, among other topics. It was a really funny and sweet interview.


• Talk Shows: Craig Ferguson – March 6, 2009

David Letterman – December 9, 2009

I’ve added 300+ screencaptures of Amy’s appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman yesterday. She looked lovely in black. In this interview we learn that Darren proposed to crumpy and stressed out Amy in a carriage in Central Park, that Amy and Darren took a roadtrip to Texas for Thanksgiving and that Amy loves Taco Bell. It was a nice little interview!


• Talk Shows: David Letterman – December 9, 2008

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Good Morning America – December 10, 2008

Sorry for the late notice but I just found out that Miss Amy will be on Good Morning America (ABC) tomorrow morning at 7 am to discuss Doubt. Be sure to tune in!

You can also check out some Doubt video interviews and behind the scenes footage of Night at the Museum 2 at

Amy Adams Set for Fox’s Ten Best

It seems that Amy Adams has yet another project on her plate. She will not only act but produce The Ten Best Days of My Life, which is pretty cool if you ask me!

Twentieth Century Fox has acquired screen rights to Adena Halpern’s novel The Ten Best Days of My Life and will develop it as a star vehicle for Amy Adams and potential directing vehicle for Shawn Levy.

Adams will play a woman who dies and goes to heaven but is in danger of being demoted to a lower level of paradise unless she can prove herself by recounting her 10 best days.The novel was published by Penguin last May.

Adams will make her debut as a producer on the project alongside Levy and his 21 Laps banner. Tom McNulty of 21 Laps will also be involved in a producing capacity.

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Anand Tucker Jumps at Leap Year

Anand Tucker (Shopgirl) will direct romantic comedy Leap Year, starring Amy Adams. Spyglass Entertainment and Benderspink produce.

Production’s set to start lensing in March in Ireland. Spyglass’ Gary Barber, Roger Birnbaum and Jonathan Glickman are producing with Benderspink’s Chris Bender and JC Spink.

The script by Harry Elfont and Deb Kaplan (Made of Honor) centers on a woman who travels to Dublin to propose to her boyfriend on leap day, Feb. 29, as part of an Irish tradition in which a man receiving a marriage proposal on that day has to say yes.

Benderspink’s Jake Weiner is exec producing.

Source: Variety

Doubt: Feeling the Oscar Pressure

Here’s what Amy had to say about all the buzz surrounding the film at the Doubt Los Angeles premiere:

I am excited that Philip is so excited for the Oscar buzz. I really respect his opinion. If I wasn’t in the film and I didn’t know how good it was, I would go see Doubt based on Philip’s recommendation. I agree that John deserves recognition. I think the script is brilliant. It is a very good adaptation and his direction isn’t too shabby either. And I can’t say enough good things about Viola and Meryl and Philip. They are all tremendous. And if everyone else gets recognized and I didn’t, I would still be thrilled. It is a team mentality. It is mostly the four of us on screen and we got to watch each other work up close and personal. You never go in with expectations of awards, although at this point maybe Meryl could with her 14 nominations, but when I watch the film, I am blown away by their performances. If those accolades come, fantastic. If they don’t, it doesn’t take anything away in my eyes.

Source & more reactions at

Doubt Los Angeles Premiere Coverage

As earlier reported, the Doubt Los Angeles Premiere was held last night and, of course, our girl was in attendance, looking absolutely gorgeous on the red carpet in an ultra-feminine nude dress by J. Mendel. The ruched strapless dress, covered in bows, was a unique twist on the classic cocktail look, and the color was a compliment to Amy’s gorgeous locks. The actress managed to mix things up, pairing the ladylike dress with edgy accessories. Her Christian Louboutin peep-toes and red python clutch by VBH spiced up the neutral look and upped the glam factor. 35 HQs are available for your viewing pleasure; more will, no doubt, be added at a later date. 😉


• Public Events: Doubt Los Angeles Premiere

Amy Adams Talks Suiting Up As Amelia Earhart

Before it was announced which character Amy Adams would play in Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian, we guessed Amelia Earhart, to which she replied, “I’m not going to tell,” with a smile on her face.

Of course, a few days later, our guess was confirmed. And Amy Adams was besides herself with grief and remorse, for not having given us the scoop first. Or not. “I know, I know,” she apologized when we reconvened for a night at the Museum of the Moving Image, for a tribute to Ben Stiller. “I just wanted to be respectful of the production.”

So what happens to Amelia Earhart at the Smithsonian, given that the plane she flew on her non-stop solo flight across the Atlantic is part of the exhibit? This time, Adams didn’t mind dishing a bit: “She gets to fly again.”

Adams said she had a a blast on set, mostly because she had trouble keeping her focus since Stiller and Bill Hader did impressions of Museum director Shawn Levy to keep people laughing. But overall, she said, Stiller was “very serious and very professional and very about making the work the best it can be.”

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Doubt Los Angeles Premiere

Read on for details about the Los Angeles premiere for Doubt:

Miramax’s Doubt

Tuesday, November 18, 2008 – 6:00 p.m.
at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences
8949 Wilshire Blvd, in Beverly Hills

Museum of the Moving Image Honors Ben Stiller

Yesterday Amy Adams and the Museum of the Moving Image honored her friend and co-star Ben Stiller in New York City. Amy pulled yet another beautiful look for this special event. Wow, she has sure been busy attending events a plenty recently! Not that we’re complaning as it is always good to see her out and about, especially looking as stunning as she recently has. 😉 The first images have been added in the gallery.


• Public Events: Museum of the Moving Image Honors Ben Stiller