Category: Night at the Museum 2

2020 Aug 15

“Night at the Museum 2” & “Nocturnal Animals” Additional Stills

“Night at the Museum 2” & “Nocturnal Animals” Additional Stills

I switched a few stills of Amy Adams from “Night at the Museum 2” & “Nocturnal Animals” with higher quality ones and added some that were missing. Enjoy!



2011 Jan 14

“Night at the Museum 2” screencaptures

“Night at the Museum 2” screencaptures

Added HQ screencaptures of Amy in “Night at the Museum”. I totally love watching this movie, and it made Amy being totally favorite at home: my daughter loves her as Giselle and my boy loves her as Amelia. ^^

2010 May 05

‘Night at the Museum 2’ Production Stills

‘Night at the Museum 2’ Production Stills

While I am currently working on sorting through thousands of screencaptures for Leap Year, I decided to start working on pictures missing of Amy from Night at the Museum 2. The section is pretty much complete, but I added some production stills that we were missing. Film Screencaptures of Night at the Museum 2 will be coming soon!

Gallery Links:
Movies > Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009) > Production Stills

2009 May 19

Night At The Museum 2 Promotion

Night At The Museum 2 Promotion

Last week Amy took a break from filming in Ireland to begin promoting Night at the Museum 2. On May 14th and 15th she attended both a premiere and press conference in Washington. Amy was her usual fashion savy self in a lavender gown Roland Mouret Fall 2009 at the premiere and was elegant and chic in a black cocktail dress at the conference.


GALLERY LINKS:

• Appearances: Night at the Museum 2 Premiere
• Appearances: Night at the Museum 2 Press Conference

2008 Nov 20

Night at the Museum 2 First Still

Night at the Museum 2 First Still

USAToday brings us the very first still from Night at the Museum 2. The film releases in May 22, 2009.

Amelia Earheart comes alive in the form of Amy Adams. Here, she’s next to the full-scale replica of the Lockheed Vega plane in which Earheart made her trans-Atlantic solo flight.

The Airplane and several others, including the Wrights Brothers’ Flyer were built from scratch for the film.

“The sequel introduces a new element of romantic comedy,” Levy says. “Stiller’s night guard and Adams famed pilot spark to each other on the course of their adventure.”