Happily ever after Amy Adams: Interview by Naomi West Trailer: I really am a goofy person. Her responsible bearing is hardly surprising: The film is a brilliantly absurd and affectionate distillate of every fairy tale Disney has told, featuring talking animals, a square-jawed handsome prince James Marsden , a wicked queen Susan Sarandon and her devoted henchman Timothy Spall , and, less conventionally, a single-dad divorce lawyer Patrick Dempsey.
Adams plays Giselle with winning enthusiasm and guileless charm. I can be a bit chipper, a bit perky. And when I think what I was like in my early twenties! Her best supporting actress nomination was for her funny and tender portrayal of Ashley, a heavily pregnant young woman living with her monosyllabic husband and parents-in-law, in the independent film Junebug.
I think of them as people of conviction. Ashley knows more than she lets on. Her behaviour is a choice. Your twenties are brutal, a hard time. I would have been too self-conscious.
He played the guitar and had a keyboard that he played with his feet. I got into musical theatre, which was much better suited to my personality.
She was off work, nursing a pulled muscle, when local auditions were held for the film Drop Dead Gorgeous, a satire on beauty pageants set in Minnesota co-starring Kirsten Dunst and Ellen Barkin. Adams, playing a libidinous cheerleader, ended up earning her own share of laughs. I was so sad and lonely. I was always surprised when people turned out to be nasty. Adams turned 30 that year; her two sisters were pregnant, while Adams was wearing her nine-months-gone prosthetic belly.
Girlishly pretty, her neat little upturned nose lending a touch of mischief physically she has something of the Bewitched star Elizabeth Montgomery about her , it is certain that thousands of little girls are about to fall for Adams-as-Giselle. She took the rest of the summer off and she and Le Gallo spent three weeks touring Italy, taking in Venice, Florence, Vicenza Adams was born while her father was stationed there and Ravello: With a big family you are always travelling to see them.
So that was a milestone for me — just to go somewhere. They bonded back in February in the isolation of Albuquerque, New Mexico, while filming Sunshine Cleaning, a dark comedy about two sisters Adams playing the uptight Rose, and Blunt the eccentric pothead Norah who work as cleaners mopping up after crime scenes.
And so composed… Ah, enough about Emily! People thought I was very stuck up, which made me feel so misunderstood.