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I announced it on twitter but, completely surrounded by computer issues, forgot to make a post about it. Sorry about that!
Amy Adams is, once again, among the stars on Vanity Fair’s Hollywood Issue. She was first featured in 2008 and later in 2015. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, she share the issue with fellow actresses Emma Stone, Natalie Portman, Lupita Nyong’o, Ruth Negga, Janelle Monáe, Dakota Johnson, Elle Fanning, Dakota Fanning, Aja Naomi King and Greta Gerwig.
36 films, including Nocturnal Animals and Arrival (2016).
An air of expectancy is what Amy Adams has brought to the movies ever since her breakthrough, in Junebug (2005), an avid acceptance of come-what-may that made her exiled princess in Enchanted such a piquant charmer. The most un-showy of actresses, a smooth canvas each time out, Adams buoys nearly every movie she’s in, her ready calm establishing an oasis amid the testosterone sweatbox of The Fighter and the hurly-burly of American Hustle (both directed by David O. Russell), keeping the multi-narrative crisscrosses of Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals on track, and elevating her performance in the critical and box-office hit Arrival—Denis Villeneuve’s Jungian science-fiction meditation, in which the aliens communicate through enso ink circles, as if blowing Zen smoke rings—to a state of grace. She’s been nominated five times for an Oscar: perhaps this will be the year—finally!—that she gets to lug one home.
The website published the behind-the-scenes video, also a cute video of Amy on their ‘Secret Talent Theater’, you can watch it below:
Check the already added pictures in our gallery.
Scans of the actual magazine will be up as soon its available! Check full scans already added in our gallery.