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Category: Movies

(WATCH) Amy Adams’ interview at Jimmy Kimmel Live

(WATCH) Amy Adams’ interview at Jimmy Kimmel Live

Amy visited last night the Jimmy Kimmel talk show as part of the Vice promotion gig. Alongside all things to say about the movie, she entertained us with a funny story about her being “the first woman in history to reject a hug from Brad Pitt”.

Pitt’s production company Plan B was a producer on Vice, along with Adam McKay, the film’s writer and director, and his Gary Sanchez Productions partners Will Ferrell and Kevin Messick. Kimmel wanted to know if he did any actual producing on the film and Adams assured him that Pitt did. “He came to the set one day,” she explained, noting that before she knew the actor turned producer was set, all the women had put on lip gloss and were “skipping”. All the women, save for Adams, of course. Pitt’s visit coincided with a day that she was playing an older Lynne Cheney, complete with “70-year old Lynne makeup” and a suit that made her look “quite a bit heavier.” To top it all off, Adams had just been diagnosed with pink eye. That’s when she found out Pitt was on set.

“I have seen him before, but every time you’re thinking it’s going to be like A River Runs Through It,” she told Kimmel. “You imagine yourself looking really pretty in, like, a white nightgown. But that wasn’t the case. I was in my fat suit with pink eye.”

When he came to say hello to the star, he went in for a hug—but due to the pink eye diagnosis Adams couldn’t let that happen and stopped Pitt from giving her an embrace.

Watch the full interview below, and also check in our gallery screen captures and pictures from her studio arrivals. Enjoy!

Amy Adams attends “Vice” World Premiere

Amy Adams attends “Vice” World Premiere

Amy Adams walked the red carpet at the world premiere of her movie Vice last night (December 11) at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California. She was joined by husband Darren Le Gallo, and looking beautiful in a Chloe red dress.

Also in attendance at the premiere were cast members Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Sam Rockwell, Lily Rabe, and Alison Pill, as well writer and director Adam McKay.

Vice, which hits theaters on Christmas Day, was recently nominated for six Golden Globes and nine Critics’ Choice Awards.

Check pictures added in our gallery:

Amy Adams received Screen Guild Actors Awards Nominations!

Amy Adams received Screen Guild Actors Awards Nominations!

Nominations for the 25th annual SAG Awards were announced on Wednesday (Dec 12) and for the surprise of no one, Amy received, once again, nominations for her work on Vice and Sharp Objects. Christian Bale also received a nomination as Best Actor, for Vice.

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role – Amy Adams, “Vice”
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role – Christian Bale, “Vice”

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series – Amy Adams, “Sharp Objects”

The 25th Annual SAG Awards ceremony will be simulcast live on TNT and TBS on Jan. 27 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

Amy Adams receives Critics Choice nomination!

Amy Adams receives Critics Choice nomination!

Nominations for the 2019 Critics’ Choice Awards were announced live on KTLA this morning, honoring the best achievements in film and television and, once again, Amy Adams stands out as a nominee in both film and television for her roles in “Vice” and “Sharp Objects,” respectively. Sharp Objects received a total of 4 nominations, and Vice received nine.

Best Supporting Actress – Amy Adams
Best Acting Ensemble – Vice
Best Picture – Vice
Best Actor – Christian Bale
Best Director – Adam McKay
Best Original Screenplay – Adam McKay
Best Editing – Hank Corwin
Best Hair and Makeup – Vice
Best Actor in a Comedy – Christian Bale

Best Limited Series
Best Actress in a Limited Series or Movie Made for Television – Amy Adams
Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie Made for Television – Patricia Clarkson
Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie Made for Television – Elizabeth Perkins

The winners will be revealed Jan. 11, when the 24th annual ceremony airs live on The CW Network.

“Vice” Special Screening

“Vice” Special Screening

Amy Adams attended last night in Los Angeles a special screening of Vice. Check in our gallery:

“Vice” Press Conference

“Vice” Press Conference

Last Friday (November 30) Amy attended a press conference for her new movie Vice, alongside her co-star Christian Bale. We have some pictures added in our gallery, courtesy of our partner site Mr Cavill.

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:

“Vice” Movie Cast Covers The Hollywood Reporter

“Vice” Movie Cast Covers The Hollywood Reporter

Did I say to you they’re coming to fight for that Oscar? So…
The current The Hollywood Reporter issue brings Vice cast (Amy Adams, Christian Bale and screenwriter/director Adam McKay) on its cover.

Christian Bale (who gained 45 pounds) and Amy Adams star in a satirical takedown of one of the most cunning figures in American politics as the director  opens up about the current climate, Fox News, Bill Clinton (“one of the worst presidents”) and why he’d “choose Trump over Bush  and Cheney.”

We’ll have scans added in our gallery asap. By now, you can read the full article at the THR website. On it, Amy Adams talked about her need to defend Lynne.

“I still feel the need to defend Lynne when people talk about her,” the actress says. “For me, it was my relationship with my grandmother. My grandmother who grew up in Provo, Utah, working-class. She reminded me so much of Lynne. I would just think of her and her offering me money to rub her bunions. ‘Amy, I’ll give you a quarter.'”

‘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!