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Hillbilly Elegy is airing on Netflix since last month, so I thought it was okay to post HD screencaptures. Critics have been different and mostly not flattering. Personally, I found the movie to be intense, well done and the performances were amazing, but I can understand not being everyone’s cup of tea. Enjoy the caps!
The gallery has been updated with HD Screencaptures of Amy Adams in the 2000 short The Chromium Hook.
Disney Studios President of Production Sean Bailey made official Thursday an Enchanted sequel, Disenchanted, which will star Amy Adams and go straight to Disney+.
The 2007 live-action movie was a satire on Disney animated princess musicals, a fish-out-of water tale about a cartoon princess who is submerged in modern day New York City.
Bailey didn’t provide details about the project during his presentation at the Disney Investor Day. Adam Shankman is attached to direct; no word on who is penning the songs. The first movie was nominated for three Oscars in the Best Song category for Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz’s tunes “Happy Working Song,” “So Close” and “That’s How You Know..”
Amy Adams joined Live With Kelly and Ryan, and spoke about being in the upcoming “Dear Evan Hansen” film adaptation, “Hillbilly Elegy”, her thanksgiving and more. Check it out!
Netflix Queue released an interview and new shots with Amy Adams. I encourage you to go and read it on their site and admire the beautiful outtakes.
Few actors can stand shoulder to shoulder with Amy Adams. The six-time Academy Award nominee has delivered many extraordinary performances over the course of her career, from her breakout in the 2005 indie sensation Junebug, to her portrayal of Lynne Cheney in Adam McKay’s 2018 political biopic Vice. She’s captivated critics and audiences in Enchanted, Doubt, The Fighter, The Master, American Hustle, and Arrival — not to mention her striking turn in the Southern Gothic miniseries Sharp Objects, which she also produced.
Yet Adams remains grounded. She’s confident, committed to doing the work, but not necessarily Method. “I think sometimes the character comes with me a little bit more than I intend it to,” she says. “It seeps into my being a bit.”
It’s true that she seems to effortlessly inhabit the roles she chooses, including her latest, starring opposite Glenn Close in Ron Howard’s Appalachia-set drama Hillbilly Elegy. The film is based on the best-selling memoir by J.D. Vance, and is adapted for the screen by Vanessa Taylor (The Shape of Water). Adams plays Vance’s mother, Bev, a career nurse and single parent struggling with substance abuse and the scars of extreme trauma.
Her approach was shaped by time spent on set with the real-life Bev (who is now in recovery). “She’s very energetic and colorful and a big personality, ” Adams says. “I think her true desire was to be the best mother she could be, the best nurse she could be. And life got in the way.”
You can also finish reading this interview/article in our press library.
And to finish with yesterday’s interview of Amy Adams at the Seth Meyers show, still promoting Hillbilly Elegy. Enjoy!