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Category: Events

Amy Adams attends SFFILM Awards

Amy Adams attends SFFILM Awards

Last night Amy Adams attended in San Francisco the 2018 SFFILM Awards Night to recieve the Peter J. Owens Award for Acting. I have some pictures added in our gallery:

Vice: SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations

Vice: SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations

Amy Adams and director Adam McKay attended this afternoon in New York a conversation held by SAG-AFTRA at the at The Robin Williams Center. Check some pictures in our gallery:

(Photos) 10th Annual Governors Awards

(Photos) 10th Annual Governors Awards

Amy Adams was one of the A-list stars that hit the red carpet last night for the 2018 Governors Awards at the Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood. She was looking amazing in a pink Schiaparelli dress, that had a heart embroidery etched near her heart.

Check some pictures added in our gallery:

‘Vice’ Reactions: Christian Bale, Amy Adams & An “Exceptional” Movie Point To A Surefire Oscar Contender

‘Vice’ Reactions: Christian Bale, Amy Adams & An “Exceptional” Movie Point To A Surefire Oscar Contender

Annapurna realized a “Vice” special screening last night in Westwood, with the presence of writer/director/producer Adam McKay, Christian Bale, Amy Adams and Tyler Perry. Reviews are embargoed by now but social media reactions says much as we thought: it’s a great movie and they’re coming to fight for that Oscar. The Playlist has collected some of the reactions.

Dave Karger: Happy to report that #Vice is as entertaining, illuminating, and infuriating as Adam McKay’s last movie, The Big Short. The sharp screenplay and the astonishing Christian Bale are locks for nominations, and I’d predict makeup, Amy Adams for supporting, and Best Picture too.

Anne Thompson: Christian Bale does deliver an extraordinary performance in Vice that will score Oscar points. Amy Adams does too; she admires Lynne Cheney as a powerful pioneer woman. Tyler Perry met with Colin Powell, who made him read his book.

Scott Mantz: VICE: WOW! Bold, daring, very ambitious! Bravura writing & directing by Adam McKay! Gripping & riveting dark comedy! Tour-de-force performances by #ChristianBale & #AmyAdams! Bale will WIN the Oscar for Best Actor!

Eric Davis: #Vice is a bold and horrifying film about the abuse of power and its far-reaching and long-lasting consequences. Incredible performances (Bale, Adams, Carell, Rockwell are all fantastic), and McKay’s whip-smart, inventive storytelling keeps you invested & entertained

Gregory Ellwood: Vice is excellent filmmaking. Wish it found a way to explain Cheney’s motivations more but it’s main focus is the damage he has done. Bale is fantastic. Carrell is great. It’s likely Adams vs King for Supporting Actress.

Check in our gallery some HQ pictures from the screening:

(Photos) Variety Studio: Actors on Actors

(Photos) Variety Studio: Actors on Actors

Each year, Variety Studios features exclusive one-on-one conversations with actors and actresses from the year’s most notable films who are expected to contend this Awards season, which they call Variety Studio: Actors on Actors. Clips from the event will appear on Variety.com starting at the beginning of December with full episodes to premiere on PBS SoCal KOCE (and will stream on pbssocal.org) beginning on Tuesday, January 8th.

Once again, Amy Adams is part of their schedule and this time she’s paired with Nicole Kidman. We have pictures added in our gallery, enjoy!

Photos: 2018 Baby2Baby Gala

Photos: 2018 Baby2Baby Gala

Amy Adams attended last night the 2018 Baby2Baby Gala in Culver City, California, looking amazing in a Peter Pilotto dress and Norman Silverman jewelry.

She received the “Giving Tree Award” honor bestowed upon mothers who use their position in the public eye to advocate on behalf of the young people Baby2Baby works to help aid.

Adams was joined by husband Darren Le Gallo, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and wife Sam. Check in our gallery the first batch of pictures from the event.

‘Sharp Objects’ Press Conference

‘Sharp Objects’ Press Conference

Amy attended last June 11 at the Four Seasons hotel a press conference for HBO’s Sharp Objects, and some pictures has been added in our gallery.

Latest Events Catching Up

Latest Events Catching Up

Hello, stranger! After some weeks, we’re back at work here on Amy Adams Fan. Sorry for the lack of updates, unfortunately real life kicked in and besides work and health issues, I wasn’t able to give attention to the site. But this ends now!

Our gallery was updated with the latest events Amy has attended in March (Academy Awards related). Enjoy them!

Amy Adams Attends 2018 G’Day USA Los Angeles Black Tie Gala

Amy Adams Attends 2018 G’Day USA Los Angeles Black Tie Gala

Hello, friends! Finally we have some (late) updates to do!

Last week Amy attended (in a very stealth way) the Producers Guild Awards. We didn’t have many pictures unless one of her alongside Batman v Superman’s director Zack Snyder (that was nominated for Wonder Woman).
This Saturday, she attended the 2018 G’Day USA Los Angeles Black Tie Gala. Margot Robbie was honored by the Australian entertainment community with an Excellence In Film Award and Amy presented her the award.

We finally have those pictures updated in our gallery. Enjoy!

Amy Adams Honored at American Cinematheque Awards

Amy Adams Honored at American Cinematheque Awards

Amy Adams was honoured last night at the American Cinematheque Awards in Los Angeles. Accompanied by husband Darren LeGallo and her family, she was looking stunning in a Andrew Gn Spring 2018 gown.

Sometimes, I question being an actress,” she said as she picked up the 31st American Cinematheque Award at the Beverly Hilton tonight, “Am I doing enough?

“What do you get out of movies?

This time, I asked my seven-year old daughter, ‘What do movies mean to you?’ She told me, ‘I like movies because they allow my imagination to grow and make me feel like I’m dreaming even though I’m awake.

So I want to thank all off you for allowing me to live my dream even though I’m awake.

Watch her speech below:

On tap to laud Adams were Tom Hanks, Kristen Stewart, Justin Timberlake, Jake Gyllenhaal, Chris Messina, Michael Shannon, Denis Villeneuve and Natalie Portman.

Villeneuve said during his speech about the actress, “You’re suppose to roast at these events. I don’t know how to do that, but you don’t roast angels.

Julie and Julia and HBO’s Sharp Objects co-star Chris Messina called Adams a “Babe Ruth” of actors “able to see something that no one else could see” just like the ballplayer when he stepped up to the plate.” He regaled the crowd with an experience over the summer when they were shooting a scene for Sharp Objects in a 100-degree diner in the valley. The steamy atmosphere was ideal for the fight scene they had to perform. However, after a few takes, Adams went to the monitor, studied her performance, and “pointed at the monitor. She wanted to do another take. It reminded me of when Babe Ruth would point to the bleachers,” said Messina. Adams called “Messy” Messina “Family. Working with you brought out the most genuine part of my spirit.”

Her Nocturnal Animals co-star Jake Gyllenhaal also delivered heartfelt praises earlier in the night, that her canon “is a mind-bending study in versatility” with roles such as a “bio-hazard single mother, a bad ass bar maid, a neurotic blogger, a starlet and a nun.”

“People sometimes presume that when someone is at the top of their game, that they’re a total nightmare. Amy is the opposite, instead she’s a wonderful person,” said Gyllenhaal, “In short, we’re honoring a unicorn, a virtuoso talent with serious chops.”

For Justin Timberlake who worked with Adams in Clint Eastwood’s Trouble With the Curve, she is a “karaoke monster” who “bullied me into singing ‘A Whole New World’ from Aladdin” while hey were shooting the film in Atlanta, GA. “Quite frankly, I will sing with you anytime. But next time, I’m choosing the god damn song. I have a history with Disney, there’s a whole PTSD,” joked Timberlake. Adams said that Timberlake equally is also a karaoke beast. Recalling their experience, Adams said “There may have been a dance. The tequila part (of the story) was true.” She extolled Timberlake for his excellent work ethic.

Portman never worked with Adams, but is still waiting for “the perfect buddy comedy” to come along for them. Portman said that she “traveled with Amy on the campaign trail” meaning the awards season track. “During these interviews that get repetitive, Amy said something that it was difficult to be an actress because you have to have a thick skin because of all things people say about you, but you have to have a thin skin and be vulnerable when you’re working. She maintains that incredible vulnerability when I see her,” said the Black Swan Oscar winner who balled throughout Arrival when she was five months pregnant last year. It was through Mike Nichols that the duo became acquainted with each other.

Hanks, who worked with Adams on Steven Spielberg’s Catch Me If You Can and Nichol’s Charlie Wilson’s War, said that when Adams first appeared as Brenda Strong in Spielberg’s caper, “The local 50 guys asked who is that woman playing Brenda Strong? Where did she come from? What food did they feed her as a child to become Brenda Strong? She’s a vision. She’s a plane so stellar that telescopes are needed.” Hanks recounted Adams’ path from dinner theater, to landing her first film role in 1999’s Drop Dead Gorgeous which encouraged the actress to move to Los Angeles to pursue a professional acting career.

Adams in her speech remembered how she never wanted to mess up a line in front of Hanks because he was a role model. During production on Charlie Wilson’s War, the sound production assistant had to move Adams’ mic, “because my heart was pounding so loud” said the actress; she was that nervous about potentially flubbing up in front of Hanks.

And while Stewart and Adams shared a small scene in a country house in Walter Salles’ On the Road, it was akin to a little-big sister relationship for the Twilight actress. But for Adams, “I was lactating through my dress. She was cool, just smoking and I’m trying to be cool with the young girls while I’m lactating” joked the actress.

You can find in our gallery several pictures from the event. And below, a moment with the tweets (videos included) made during the live ceremony.

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