Added HQ screencaptures of Amy in “Night at the Museum”. I totally love watching this movie, and it made Amy being totally favorite at home: my daughter loves her as Giselle and my boy loves her as Amelia. ^^
Category: Night at the Museum 2
While I am currently working on sorting through thousands of screencaptures for Leap Year, I decided to start working on pictures missing of Amy from Night at the Museum 2. The section is pretty much complete, but I added some production stills that we were missing. Film Screencaptures of Night at the Museum 2 will be coming soon!
Movies > Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009) > Production Stills
Amy has been nominated for a 2009 Teen Choice Award. Go here to vote for her! All it takes is a short registration.
Your votes pick the winners of the Teen Choice 2009 so be sure to tune in Monday, Aug. 10 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX and see how your favorites did.
Movie Actress: Comedy
Anne Hathaway – Bride Wars
Isla Fisher – Confessions Of A Shopaholic
Jennifer Aniston – Marley & Me, He’s Just Not That Into You
Kate Hudson – Bride Wars
Amy Adams – Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian
Ben Stiller beat Christian Bale in the North American weekend box office duel between their respective Night at the Museum and Terminator sequels, according to studio estimates issued on Sunday.
The 20th Century Fox comedy Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian sold $53.5 million worth of tickets during the three days beginning Friday, far exceeding the $30.4 million debut of its 2006 predecessor.
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian widened its first place lead by grossing $20 million on Saturday, according to box-office estimates. This brings its three-day weekend estimate to $53.5 million. By comparison, the original Night at the Museum opened to a three-day weekend tally of $30.4 million in December 2006, and then showed incredible stamina during the following months. As for Terminator Salvation, the future may be looking bleak. Salvation grossed $14.8 million on Saturday — a small drop from its estimated Friday harvest of $15 million. Nearly all of the movies in the Top 10 saw Friday-to-Saturday boosts of at least 20%, so the fact that Salvation’s numbers are actually dropping is cause for concern. Salvation is on track for a three-day weekend total of $43 million. The last Terminator movie, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, opened to $44 million during Independence Day weekend in 2003. Saturday’s figures are below, and check back here on Monday for a full four-day holiday weekend recap.
1. Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian — $20 mil
2. Terminator Salvation — $14.8 mil
3. Star Trek — $8.4 mil
4. Angels and Demons — $8.1 mil
5. Dance Flick — $3.9 mil
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.
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!
• Night at the Museum 2: Trailer #2
You can now view the poster for Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian. I previously brought you some snaps from a standee at my theatre and now we can see the poster properly. The movie comes out May 22, 2009.
Security guard Larry Daley infiltrates the Smithsonian Institute in order to rescue Jedediah and Octavius, who have been shipped to the museum by mistake.
• Night at the Museum 2: Posters & Covers