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Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal Become ‘Nocturnal Animals’ for Tom Ford

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by Britt Hayes 4 days ago
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Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal are two of the most talented actors working right now, so the idea of them eventually combining their talents for one film just makes sense. Early last year, the actors were set to star together in Ezekiel Moss, which was intended as the directorial debut of Philip Seymour Hoffman before his tragic passing. But now they've found another opportunity to team up on the big screen with director Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals.

Jeremy Renner Reuniting With Amy Adams for Sci-Fi Film ‘Story of Your Life’

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by Britt Hayes March 7, 2015 @ 1:30 PM
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In other Jeremy Renner news, following the announcement that he’ll officially reunite with some of his Avengers pals for Captain America: Civil War, Renner has signed on for another reunion: The actor will team up with his American Hustle co-star Amy Adams for the upcoming sci-fi thriller Story of Your Life, set to be helmed by Denis Villeneuve, the acclaimed director of Prisoners.

‘SNL’ Scorecard: Amy Adams Sings and Dances Her Way Through Christmas And Dr. Evil

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by Mike Ryan December 21, 2014 @ 10:40 AM
The narrative surrounding ‘SNL’ for the last year and a half is that it’s a show that’s “rebuilding.” And, yes, last season, that was true. But it’s weird: That narrative is still lingering even though, for people paying attention (I tend to pay attention), this 40th season has been very, very good. Last year, ‘SNL’ relied way too much on in-the-moment pop culture references (never a good sign). This season—including what we saw again during Saturday night’s Amy Adams-hosted episode—was all about great writing and great execution. It wasn’t quite as consistent as last week’s Martin Freeman-hosted show, but ‘SNL,’ right now, has a lot of momentum headed into its winter break. (When it returns with Kevin Hart, I really hope we see a sequel to ‘Z-Shirt.’ Please make this happen, Tim Robinson.)

‘SNL’: Kristen Wiig Joins Guest Host Amy Adams to Spread Some Christmas Joy

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by Jacob Hall December 21, 2014 @ 8:50 AM
Normally, when a guest host on ’SNL’ breaks into song during their opening monologue, it feels like a last resort, like no one in the writer’s room could come up with a better idea. And for a moment, it seems that way for Amy Adams, who talks about everyone really needing to enjoy their holiday season before the rest of the cast joins her to sing “We Need a Little Christmas.” But it’s all part of an elaborate set-up, since the great Kristen Wiig shows up to save the monologue and show Adams how to really celebrate the holidays.

Watch Amy Adams and Jimmy Fallon Celebrate the Holidays With a Very Special Drinking Game

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by Kate Erbland December 19, 2014 @ 10:19 AM
Amy Adams is adorably bad at flip cup. The ‘Big Eyes’ star—and hey, this week's ‘Saturday Night Live’ host!—hit up ‘The Tonight Show’ last night to play an extremely festive round of flip cup with host Jimmy Fallon. Although the cheery spirit was strong in this particular round of holiday-decked flip cup, that didn’t do much to help Adams’ overall performance.

‘SNL’ Preview: Amy Adams Gets Her One Direction Fandom Out

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 17, 2014 @ 9:57 AM
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Last weekend’s ‘SNL’ under ‘The Hobbit’ star Martin Freeman proved the best episode of the season by far, but will Amy Adams’ 2014 closer steal the title? Watch Amy and Taran Killam celebrate Christmas with computer snow and endless proposals in the first promos for ‘SNL’'s last episode of 2014!

Tim Burton on ‘Big Eyes,’ ‘Batman,’ ‘Birdman’ and ‘Beetlejuice 2’

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by Mike Ryan December 16, 2014 @ 10:35 AM
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A few months ago, the Internet celebrated the 25th anniversary of Tim Burton’s ‘Batman’ as the Internet is wont to do: retrospectives, lists about things we may or may not have known about ‘Batman,’ embeddable clips from Prince’s ‘Batdance.’ So it’s kind of fitting that both the director of ‘Batman,’ Tim Burton, and its star, Michael Keaton, currently have movies out that are considered respective departures. Burton, for dropping his signature style to make the Margaret Keane biopic, ‘Big Eyes,’ and Keaton for playing off his own persona as Batman in ‘Birdman’—a movie Burton has yet to see, but that fact doesn’t stop Burton from saying many wonderful things about Keaton.

Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams Paid Less Than Male Co-Stars, Revealing Disappointing Gender Wage Gap

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by Britt Hayes December 14, 2014 @ 12:16 PM
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Jennifer Lawrence is one of the biggest movie stars working right now, thanks to her roles in ‘The Hunger Games’ and ‘X-Men’ franchises, and more awards-ready fare like ‘American Hustle.’ Similarly, Amy Adams is also a pretty big deal, having been nominated for an Oscar five times now. It might surprise you to learn that Lawrence and Adams are still paid less than their male counterparts, even though they are two of our most acclaimed and beloved stars. In another leak from the massive Sony e-mail hack, we’ve learned that the reach of the depressing gender wage gap extends to these celebrated actresses.

‘Big Eyes’ Trailer: Tim Burton Opens the Windows to Amy Adams’ Soul

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by Nick Romano December 10, 2014 @ 9:45 AM
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The first footage of director Tim Burton's biopic of artist Margaret Keane has arrived with the 'Big Eyes' trailer, which first premiered on Yahoo Movies. As the Oscar race continues to heat up and more films reveal footage to the public, could Amy Adams' leading performance earn her more awards attention?

Amy Adams' Janis Joplin Biopic Gets a 'Wild' Director

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by Britt Hayes November 21, 2014 @ 5:36 PM
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The Janis Joplin biopic starring Amy Adams is still alive and very much kicking: the currently titled and long-gestating ‘Get It While You Can’ was previously set to be directed by Lee Daniels (of ‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler’), but it looks like Daniels has been replaced by Jean-Marc Vallee, director of ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ and the upcoming film ‘Wild.’