Amy Adams is pretty in pink while posing at a Max Mara Dinner hosted in celebration of the launch of the Whitney Bag Anniversary Edition on Tuesday night (April 26) held at Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City.
At CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Amy opened up about the mixed response her hit film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has received.
“That’s life, right?,” Amy told MTV. “I mean, you want people to like you but like, what is that? I sort of follow Taylor Swift at that point, you know? I’m just gonna shake, shake, shake it off. We could all learn from Taylor Swift, but really it’s kind of what you have to do. I try to acknowledge what people think, I don’t just ignore the opinions, but at the same time I can’t change whats already been done.”
Amy Adams @ CinemaCon 2016 | MTV News
FYI: Amy is wearing a Dolce&Gabbana dress, Kurt Geiger pumps, and Irene Neuwirth jewels. Kristen is wearing a Camilla & Marc dress, Topshop jacket, Jennifer Fisher jewelry and Jimmy Choo shoes and clutch. Tracee is wearing a Suno dress. Rashida is wearing a Suno dress.
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Jeremy Renner keeps close to his co-star Amy Adams while attending the CinemaCon 2016 Gala Opening Night Event: Paramount Pictures Highlights its 2016 Summer and Beyond Films at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Monday (April 11) in Las Vegas.
The 45-year-old actor and Amy, 41, dropped the first trailer for their upcoming film Story of Your Life, which sees them as members of a team brought in to help determine a newly-arrived extra-terrestrial race’s intentions with our planet.
Meanwhile, according to THR, Amy‘s new series Sharp Objects – based on the book by Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn – was just picked up by HBO!
The show “centers on reporter Camille Preaker (Adams) — fresh from a brief stay at a psychiatric hospital — who faces a troubling assignment: She must return to her tiny hometown to cover the murders of two preteen girls.”
During the show, Amy revealed that filming scenes where Henry Cavill was shirtless made her self conscious.
“I don’t know why him shirtless makes me have low self-esteem but that’s exactly what it did. It was like two weeks of working out. I was like, ‘Wait. I’m never going to keep up with Henry.’ But I tried,” she explained.
The review embargo for the highly anticipated movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has been lifted and the first reactions from critics have been revealed!
The reviews seem to be mixed, with some critics pointing out strong performances, especially from Wonder Woman newcomer Gal Gadot. Read some review excerpts below:
The Wrap: “The movie’s only female non-pawn or hostage, Gal Gadot‘s Amazon warrior saves this sludgy epic from superhero sameness.”
Entertainment Weekly gives the film a C+: “Dawn of Justice starts off as an intriguing meditation about two superheroes turning to an all-too-human emotion: hatred out of fear of the unknown. Two and a half hours later it winds up somewhere very far from that—but at the same time, all too familiar. It’s another numbing smash-and-bash orgy of CGI mayhem with an ending that leaves the door open wide enough to justify the next 10 installments. Is it too late to demand a rematch?”
Forbes: “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is one of the most visually beautiful comic book movies you have ever seen. The picture is filled with moments of visual poetry and pure cinema in a way that resembles one glorious splash page after another.”
Uproxx: “I came for the escapism. I looked forward to the escapism. I wanted to embrace the escapism. But sometimes even Superman will let you down.”