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.
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.
The HFPA is currently announcing the nominees for the 2019 Golden Globes and started with a bang, since Amy Adams was the very first name to be announced as a nominee to Best Actresses in a Limited Series for Sharp Objects. Vice is also leading the nominations, counting a total of 6, including Amy as Best Supporting Actress. Our girl received three nominations, since she’s producer of Sharp Objects
Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television – Amy Adams Best Television Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television – Sharp Objects
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television – Patricia Clarke
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture – Amy Adams, Vice
Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy – Vice
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture – Christian Bale
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture – Sam Rockwell
Best Screenplay, Motion Picture – Adam McKay
Best Director, Motion Picture – Adam McKay
The ceremony itself will air on Sunday, January 6, with the duo of Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh hosting.
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.
Amy attended today the Giffoni Festival in which she received the Giffoni Experience Award. Below, the translated article right from the festival website:
Amy Adams won the jury of Giffoni Film Festival with small-great gestures, like heart-closed hands, and succeeded in the incredible mission of silencing the room, all concentrated in an ecstatic silence.
To a girl who asked her for advice on the world of the show, she said, “I’ve never been a good at making spectacles, but I understand that you never have to take it on the staff or rewrite it, but turn on the page, start over again Zero, never stop studying and believing. And you tell him that a young man was shy … actually he is still there.” While trying to keep responding, she excites, and with her glossy eyes adds: “Sorry, my daughter is in the front row and is trying to make me laugh at all costs. Incidentally, I called Aviana in honor of your beautiful country where I was born and where I still feel at home. Here people open the doors of your home and invite you to dinner even if you know them just and you do not feel uncomfortable to accept. That’s why I could not wait to come to Giffoni and come back very soon.”
A swearwoman has asked her with what criterion he chooses roles: “Now that I am aging, it is important for me to choose stories that can help people, something that leaves the mark.” Among the roles that hit her most in the foreground, she reserves it to the latest work, Arrival, where he talks with aliens as an expert semiologist and a boy in the room thanked her for this movie, that helped him to choose his profession. And she, said getting the Giffoni Experience Award, could not be more proud of it.
“The message of this work – she later added – is the promotion of the sense of unity among the peoples at a time when one can only talk about war. I know, I’m an idealist but I really hope we often realize that conflicts are not taking us anywhere and that we need to find a way to communicate. I say this for you, for the new generations who look to life and see you here at Giffoni, all together, it seems to me an excellent first step in this direction, in you I have all my hopes.” And about desires and dreams for the future, at least one would like to make it, or two: “I would like to try again in a musical and I would still work with Patty Jenkins (director of the acclaimed Wonder Woman with Gal Gadot, ndr.), One of the first directors with whom I collaborated in my career, a very talented woman.” The link with the worlds of superheroes is not lacking, as at the end of the year she will be back as Lois Lane reporter alongside her Superman / Henry Cavill in Justice League sums of all the most famous DC Comics characters, Batman included.
Amy Adams is set to visit the 47th edition of the Giffoni Film Festival (July 14 – 22, 2017). She will be honored with the Giffoni Experience Award on July 15th in Giffoni Valle Piana, Italy, where she will meet with the biggest and most colorful jury of youth in the world to discuss her incredible career.
The news was announced at the festival website today. As usual, you can expect full coverage in our website and twitter.
The American Cinematheque is presenting this year’s award to Amy Adams on Nov. 10 at The Beverly Hilton Hotel.
The American Cinematheque is extremely pleased to honor Amy Adams as the 31st recipient of the American Cinematheque award at our celebration this year. Amy Adams is one of the most beloved, admired, and respected actresses in movies today.
Her credits range from critical favorites like ‘American Hustle’ and ‘Arrival’ to blockbusters like ‘Enchanted’ and ‘Man of Steel,’ combining strong reviews and commercial success. Her appeal crosses all demographic groups and she continues to broaden her audience with performances that illuminate her movie-star qualities. She has been honored with many nominations and awards from critics, fans and industry organizations all over the world. In the words of one of her directors, she is smart, tough, funny, warm, ambitious and, of course, beautiful.
Adams was the unanimous choice of the Cinematheque Board of Directors selection committee.
Last night the SAG Awards took place in Los Angeles, and Amy Adams was nominated as Best Actress for “Arrival”. Fellow redhead Emma Stone took the award, but Amy was amazing in a black Brandon Maxwell gown, joined by husband Darren Le Gallo.
I have in our gallery pictures of her arrival, and inside the show’s venue. Enjoy!
Amy Adams received another nomination for her work in Arrival, this time from The British Academy of Film and Television Arts , which announced its nominees for the 70th BAFTA Awards early Tuesday morning.
Amy is nomination as Leading Actress alongside fellow actresses Emily Blunt (The Girl on the Train), Emma Stone (La La Land), Meryl Streep (Florence Foster Jenkins) and Natalie Portman (Jackie).
Arrival received a total of 9 nominations, including Best Film, Adapted Screenplay, and Director (Denis Villeneuve).
Nocturnal Animals received a total of 8 nominations, including Director (Tom Ford), Best Actor (Jake Gyllenhaal), Best Supporting Actor (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), and Adapted Screenplay.
You can see the full list of nominees at the BAFTA official website.
Amy Adams attended last night the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards. She looked stunning in a black Tom Ford gown, and was joined by husband Darren Le Gallo. She also posed on the red carpet with her Arrival co-star Jeremy Renner.
Amy was nominated as Best Actress in a Drama Motion Picture, for her work in Arrival, but the winner was Isabelle Huppert.
The highlight of the night goes to Amy’s former Doubt and Julie & Julia co-star Meryl Streep for her amazing speech!
Amy also took part of the ceremony opening video, with host Jimmy Fallon spoofing La La Land‘s opening song “Another Day of Sun”. You can watch it below:
Check the first batch of pictures added in our gallery.