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2008 National Board Of Review Awards Gala – More Photo Coverage

A slew of new images from the 2008 National Board Of Review Awards Gala have been added. Bringing the photo count to just above 50.

We have now learned Amy is wearing a one-shouldered Giambattista Valli dress with sheer overlay and black waistband. She also wore black peep-toes with it.

Doubt won Best Acting by an Ensemble, It’s just nice to be recognized for their work, the actors said. Amy Adams, by now considered a pro on the awards circuit, admitted that for her it’s all about “the ritual burrito at the end of the night.” 😉


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2008 National Board Of Review Awards Gala

Yesterday was the 2008 National Board Of Review Awards Gala, and Miss Adams was in attendance. She looked classy in a black one shoulder cocktail dress and her hair elegantly pulled back. Our girl is certainly busy right now!


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2009 Golden Globes Awards – Supporting Actress Result

Amy Adams, who was nominated for Doubt unfortunately lost Supporting Actress to the wonderful Kate Winslet for her work in The Reader, she actually thanked Amy in her speech and Kate actually won two awards tonight, Supporting Actress and Best Actress Drama, so congrats to her for her wonderful achievements too.

Although Amy lost we still wish to congratulate her for the wonderful honor of being nominated with such wonderful actresses!

BAFTA Longlist Nomination

Amy is nominated in the BAFTA longlist for supporting actress for her role in Doubt. Furthermore Doubt is up for best film, adapted screenplay, director, editing, cinematography, and leading for Streep and Hoffman and also supporting for Davis. (All long list but congratulations non the less!)

The BAFTA longlists include 15 contenders in each category, from which the five nominees will be chosen in the second round of voting. Once the nominees are finalized, the whole membership votes again to decide the best film, four acting prizes and film not in the English language. In all remaining categories, the members of each chapter (or jury) determine the vote.

The awards will take place Feb. 8 at London’s Royal Opera House.

Supporting Actress
Amy Adams – Doubt
Charlotte Rampling – The Duchess
Elsa Zylberstein – I’ve Loved You So Long
Emma Thompson- Brideshead Revisited
Freida Pinto – Slumdog Millionaire
Judi Dench – Quantum of Solace
Julie Walters – Mamma Mia!
Kathy Bates – Revolutionary Road
Marisa Tomei – The Wrestler
Penélope Cruz – Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Rebecca Hall – Frost/Nixon
Tilda Swinton – The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Tilda Swinton – Burn After Reading
Vera Farmiga – The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
Viola Davis – Doubt


2009 Critic’s Choice Awards – First Pic

The first photos of Amy Adams have begin to surface. She looks gorgeous in a little blue dress!

The award show is currently airing now and unfortunately Doubt did not win for Acting Ensemble, instead the cast of Milk won. Also the writer of Slumdog Millionaire won screenplay, not John Patrick Shanley. Earlier Amy was interviewed on the red carpet and then she presented Best Animated Feature to Wall-E. Amy was spotted several times in the audience. Lastly, Meryl Streep (for Doubt) tied Anne Hathaway (for Rachel Getting Married) as Best Actress. View the list of winners here.

Continue following the event with us on the forum, now! There will be plenty of coverage tomorrow so be sure to come back then as well.

Palm Springs Film Festival Awards Gala

We previously reported Amy would honored with the Spotlight Award for her performance in Doubt at the 20th annual Palm Springs Film Festival and the event was held last night in Palm Springs, Florida.

Amy looked beautiful at her first appearance of 2009. She wore a strapless royal purple dress cut just below the knee, with a black bow and black heels. Amy also wore purple eye shadow and diamond accessories like a really interesting ring on her finger. We’d like to congratulate Amy Adams on the honor!

You can view over 100 images of Amy from the event, including red carpet shots and pictures from her accepting on stage.


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Screen Actors Guild Nominations!

Huge congrats to Amy! She has done it again! Miss Adams is nominated yet again for her performance in Doubt at the 15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards! This time nabbing herself two nominations!

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role
Amy Adams / Sister James – Doubt
Penelope Cruz / Maria Elena – Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Viola Davis / Mrs. Miller – Doubt
Taraji P. Henson / Queenie – The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Kate Winslet / Hanna Schmitz – The Reader

Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
Slumdog Millionaire
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

Not only was Amy nominated, but the rest of the Doubt family continues to reign high as well. Meryl Streep was nominated for Best Actress, Viola Davis will be against Amy again in the supporting category, Philip Seymour Hoffman is up for Best Actor and as you can see the entire cast was nominated for ensemble!

The awards will take place Sunday, January 25, 2009, with a live telecast airing on TNT/TBS at 8 PM (EST).

Online Interview Captures & More

Yesterday I added captures from several online interviews floating about on Youtube, AOL and various other resources. I also made caps from an additional Doubt TV Spot and Access Hollywood’s Night at the Museum 2 featurette. All these videos can be easily accessed online at the above mentioned resources, however I’ll be posting them all tomorrow sometime just in case you can’t find them. The CBS News interview is especially engaging! :tongue:


• Online Interviews: Last Uploads
Doubt: TV Spot #4
Night at the Museum 2: Access Hollywood Footage (Behind the Scenes)

San Fransisco Chronicle Article

From: The San Fransisco Chronicle

“In Julie and Julia and Night at the Museum 2, I play people who are a little more womanly. I’m excited to continue the exploration of being a woman, as opposed to being girly,” she says, although she allows of her Amelia Earhart in Museum: “I think she’s girly. It’s me, I’m girly. I’m only playing with the instrument I have to play with. I’m a girly girl.”

“I think I’m harder on myself than anyone else is – well,” she switches tracks, her voice picking up the perkiness of a daily affirmation. “I’m sure there are some bloggers who dislike me more than I dislike myself, and that is OK.”

When asked if Meryl Streep, who appears with her in Doubt and the forthcoming Julie & Julia, is stalking her: “She was signed on to play Julia Child before I was attached, so technically I’m stalking her, I guess. But that’s not going to surprise anybody reading this. That was a little bit of pressure going into Doubt – if she hates me, then we’ve got another movie, and she’d be like, ‘Oh, her.’ “

The View – December 12, 2008 & Doubt Release!

Happy Doubt Day! The film arrives into a limited number of cinemas today so if there is one playing the movie near you be sure to go and check out Amy’s Golden Globe nominated performance. Be sure to leave your thoughts with the other fans in the comments or forum!

Today Amy and Meryl Streep stopped by and chatted with the ladies of The View. They were the first guests and spoke for about 15 minutes. Amy didn’t talk a whole lot in comparisons with other interviews but when she did she sounded lovely but when doesn’t she? Meryl was very funny as always and the little Amy imitation was very cute! I have added 400+ captures and the clips may be streamed below in two parts. Happy viewing! Also tonight Charlie Rose airs for me so I will be doing my best to make a clip as always.


• Talk Shows: The View – December 12, 2008

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