The gallery has been updated with HQ production stills from Vice — stay tuned for the movie captures to be added shortly!
The gallery has been updated with the 2 missing events from 2019; gallert links & previews are below, enjoy!
Events in 2019 > February 24 | Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones
Events in 2019 > September 22 | 71st Emmy Awards
EXCLUSIVE: Amy Adams’ Bond Group and eOne are to produce a television adaptation of Robert Beatty’s fantasy thriller Willa of the Wood.
The YA project is the latest development for Adams’ nascent company Bond Group Entertainment, which the Arrival and Vice star established with her manager Stacy O’Neil. It also sees Adams reunite with eOne, with whom she worked on Sharp Objects, the HBO thriller based on the book by Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn.
Willa of the Wood is set in a dark, mysterious forest where its ancient inhabitants, known as the Faeran, don’t trust the destructive, tree-cutting humans. Willa, the clan’s best forager and thief, has been taught to avoid humans at all costs. As Willa’s adventures offer her insight about mankind, she becomes a bridge between two competing worlds, but soon encounters conflict from all sides.
The two companies are to adapt Willa of the Wood, which was published by Disney-Hyperion in July 2018 and is the first book in a multi-book series, as a television series. eOne will serve as the studio.
Beatty, who is also behind the bestselling Serafina Series, will exec produce. Adams, Kathleen Clifford, Eddie Adams and Stacy O’Neil will produce for Bond Group, while Amanda Bowman Gerisch and Kristen Barnett will oversee for eOne.
It is the latest high-profile project for Bond Group Entertainment, which is also working with Laura Dern and Jayme Lemons’ Jaywalker Pictures to develop an adaptation of Claire Lombardo’s The Most Fun We Ever Had, for HBO, where Bond Group has a first-look deal.
HBO is developing a series adaptation of the Claire Lombardo novel “The Most Fun We Ever Had” with Amy Adams and Laura Dern onboard as executive producers.
Described as a multigenerational saga spanning half a century, the story follows four sisters, each struggling to exist in the shadow of their parents’ idyllic marriage, whose lives are complicated by the unexpected return of the son one of them gave up for adoption fifteen years earlier.
Lombardo will pen the adaptation in addition to co-executive producing. Adams and Stacy O’Neil will executive produce under their Bond Group Entertainment banner, with Bond Group’s Kate Clifford co-producing. Dern and Jayme Lemons will executive produce via Jaywalker Pictures. Anya Epstein is onboard as showrunner. The Gotham Group’s Rich Green negotiated the deal on behalf of Ellen Levine and Alexa Stark at Trident Media Group.
Both Dern and Adams have found success with similar stories on HBO in the past few years. Dern won an Emmy for the her role in the first season of “Big Little Lies” along with a Golden Globe for the first season. She also picked up an Emmy and Golden Globe nomination for starring in the HBO film “The Tale.” Adams, meanwhile, earned an Emmy and a Golden Globe nomination for her starring role in the HBO limited series “Sharp Objects” in addition to another Emmy nomination for best limited series as a producer on “Sharp Objects.” Both the first season of “Big Little Lies” and “Sharp Objects” were based on novels by female authors, while the second season of “Big Little Lies” was based on an original story by “Big Little Lies” author Liane Moriarty.
Adams and Epstein are also currently working on a series adaptation of the Barbara Kingsolver novel “The Poisonwood Bible” at HBO as part of Adams’ first-look deal with the network. It was announced last year that Dern is set to star in and executive produce the limited series “The Dolls” alongside Issa Rae at the premium cabler.
“The Most Fun We Ever Had,” Lombardo’s debut novel, was first published back in June and became a New York Times bestseller. Her short fiction has appeared in Barrelhouse Magazine, Little Fiction, and Longform, among others. Her short story, “I Only Want to Talk About the Nice Things,” was one of 2016’s Best of the Net, and was number one on Longform’s 2015 fiction list.
Amy’s latest movie, The Woman in the Window, shall be released on May 15, 2020. View the trailer below!
Hello everyone! I’m the new owner at Amy Adams Fan since Luciana has had to step down from fansites completely. I’ve been a fan of Amy for a long time and I’ve also been a long time visitor of this site- even back to when it was first opened in 2008 by Mycah & Riikka! So, I’m excited to bring the site up to date and hopefully look after it well, like its previous owners have!
Please bare with me as I update the site content (broken links, etc) and don’t be alarmed if the site goes offline for a short while since I shall be moving hosts, but hopefully the downtime won’t be for longer than 48 hours. Thanks for visiting!
It’s been a while since we spoke last time, and that’s for a reason. My computer broke back in December and it took me two months to acquire a new one. Well, now things are fixed and finally updates are coming – again. Amy has been insanely busy – as expected – so please bare with me while I catch up.
To start, here are pictures from events she attended since December. Enjoy!