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Amy Adams Fan turns 10!

Amy Adams Fan turns 10!

Ten years ago the very first version of Amy Adams Fan came online, built by fellow (and now missed) Riikka and Mycah and designed by my favourite Frederik. Back then, Amy was already a fan favourite due Enchanted and some of her critical claimed projects as Doubt, Sunshine Cleaning and Julie & Julia was still awaiting release.

I came on board of the website two years later (2010) and have been enjoying the ride since then. It’s being a pleasure to follow Amy’s career (and to scream over Academy every year due their lack of judgement), and I want to thank you all, visitors from website and twitter, for the support over the years. It wouldn’t be as fun without you guys!

To celebrate, there’s a new layout up (since the weekend, because I’m not the waiting type of person), which I hope you guys have enjoyed. Let’s now prepare for more years ahead!

Amy Adams to star in “The Woman In The Window”

Amy Adams to star in “The Woman In The Window”

Amy Adams is attached to star in The Woman in The Window, a Hitchcockian thriller directed by Joe Wright, Empire is reporting.

The movie is an adaptation of AJ Finn’s bestseller, that follows Dr. Anna Fox (Adams), who spends her time hiding away in her New York home, drinking too much, watching old movies and spying on her neighbours.

But when she starts focusing on the seemingly perfect Russell family across the way, she witnesses something she shouldn’t have. Which is when things get dangerous…

‘Sharp Objects’ Teaser Trailer

‘Sharp Objects’ Teaser Trailer

HBO’s Amy Adams-starring miniseries Sharp Objects is set to be released this July and last night, during the premiere of WestWorld second season, a teaser trailer has been released.

Based on the novel by Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn, Sharp Objects stars Adams as Camille Preaker, a reporter who returns to her hometown of Wind Gap, Missouri to investigate a gruesome double murder. But she’s fresh out of a mental hospital herself, and her half-sister Amma seems to think Camille might be having visions of the undead. As the local police chief warns Camille’s mother about her daughters, “one of them is dangerous, and the other one’s in danger.”

The supporting cast is stacked, with Six Feet Under‘s Patricia Clarkson as Camille’s mom and Mindy Project alum Chris Messina as a local detective. Plus, Big Little Lies fans, take note: Director Jean-Marc Vallée, who won an Emmy for helming BLL, is behind the camera here.

It is Emmy winner that we call it?

‘Sharp Objects’ To Be Presented At ATX Television Fest

‘Sharp Objects’ To Be Presented At ATX Television Fest

Amy Adams will be on ATX Festival to present Sharp Objects in June.

ATX Television Festival scored big when it announced the premiere of HBO’s adaptation of Sharp Objects, the latest onscreen conversion of a work by Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl). Now the star/executive producer, five-time Oscar nominee Amy Adams, has booked her ticket and will be flying to Austin for the opening night screening.

She’s not coming alone: aside from Flynn, she’ll be joined by director/executive producer Jean-Marc Vallée, showrunner/executive producer Marti Noxon, and the irrepressible Jason Blum, head of Blumhouse and responsible for a big chunk of your favorite horror films, plus (with Whiplash and Get Out) no stranger to Oscars himself.

ATX Television Festival runs June 8-10. For more info and announcements, see our ATX TV page

Screen Captures of Justice League

Screen Captures of Justice League

Our gallery has finally been updated with screen captures of Amy’s scenes as Lois Lane in Justice League! They were taken from the blu-ray version of the movie, which you can buy on Amazon, Best Buy and iTunes.

Amy Adams in Talks to Star in Annapurna’s ‘True American’

Amy Adams in Talks to Star in Annapurna’s ‘True American’

Amy Adams is in talks to star in the upcoming Annapurna Pictures drama ‘The True American’, according to Variety. Annapurna will be produce the movie, but no finance it. Amazon Studios are in talks to take over financing and distributing it.

“Jackie” helmer Pablo Larrain is on board to direct, and Mark Ruffalo and Kumail Nanjiani are also in talks to co-star with Adams.

Based on the nonfiction book by Anand Giridharadas, “The True American” is set in Texas in the days following the 9/11 attacks. It follows Rais Bhuiyan, a Muslim immigrant and Bangladesh Air Force veteran who narrowly survived a killing spree that took the lives of two other immigrants. Employed at a Dallas-area convenience store as he established himself in America, Bhuiyan worked to have his attacker, self-proclaimed “Arab slayer” Mark Stroman, spared from execution.

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 in 2017: A Year in Review

Amy Adams in 2017: A Year in Review

2017 is coming to its end and then I decided to put together, once again, a summary of Amy’s professional activities this year.

We started with Amy collecting the accolades for the amazing year she had in 2016 with Arrival and Nocturnal Animals.

The first event she attended was in January 3rd. She stepped out at the 2017 Palm Springs International Awards Gala, to receive the Chairman’s Award for her work in Arrival. Two days later, she attended the National Board of Review, again as winner. On the next day, she attended a W Magazine celebration for the Best Performances Portfolio which she was included. Again, the day next, she attended the AFI Awards Gala.

The awards season got busy, with Amy attending the Golden Globes, BAFTA Awards, SAG Awards, Directors Guild, Producers Guild… Amy was nominated in the every single awards BUT the Academy’s, which still infuriates me. This didn’t prevent her to attend, and presenting the Best Adapted Screenplay to Moonlight director Barry Jenkins.

Before the Academy unveiling their nominees, Amy was still promoting the movie. She visited Jimmy Kimmel and attended a Q&A at the SAG-Aftra Foundation, while kept doing interviews to several outlets.
Continue reading Amy Adams in 2017: A Year in Review

FIRST LOOK: Amy Adams in ‘Sharp Objects’

FIRST LOOK: Amy Adams in ‘Sharp Objects’

The current issue of Entertainment Weekly (on stands this Friday) brings the first official look of Sharp Objects.

Camille and her mother, Adora — the women at the center of Gillian Flynn’s 2006 debut novel, Sharp Objects — have a relationship so toxic they should be reported to poison control.

In the eight-episode adaptation developed by Marti Noxon (UnREAL) and directed by Jean-Marc Vallée (Big Little Lies, Wild), their venomous connection only grows more potent when Camille (Amy Adams), a crime reporter fresh out of a psych hospital for her years of self-harm, returns to her hometown of Wind Gap, Mo., to investigate the murders of two little girls. The assignment lands her back in her childhood home under the critical eye of picture-perfect small-town socialite Adora (Patricia Clarkson), which forces Camille to confront personal demons, including spoiled half sister Amma, played by Eliza Scanlen.

Like Flynn’s other novels, Dark Places and Gone Girl — which have both been adapted into films — Sharp Objects has no shortage of disturbing twists, but the author says this book most needed the extra TV screen time. “I was really nervous it would just turn into a horror movie and lose a lot of the nuance,” she explains. “The mystery is as much about who Camille is and what happened in this town as it is about the murders.”

Diving into the unsettling world of Wind Gap hasn’t been easy on the actors, either. “I think it’s been a burden for [Amy] to carry that character,” Noxon admits. The same goes for Clarkson, who calls Adora “the beauty and the beast,” before adding, “It’s a very brutal part and one that can take a toll on you.” Like mother, like daughter — off camera, at least.

Sharp Objects debuts on HBO summer 2018.