Joyanna Adams

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Nobody Reads About Amy Adams

Nobody Reads

I was putzing around in the latest Issue of Vanity Fair this morning. Vanity Fair is a double edged sword: you can read a lot of really good writers, saying absolutely nothing, but saying it in a very creative way, or entertaining way, and waste a good 20 minutes of your life, or…you can get some real insights into the lives of the rich and famous…and then there’s the fluff. Every month they are promoting somebody, with some fluff piece, and this month it was Amy Adams. Amy Adams, Hollywood’s Red Hot Winter Wonderland. (Okay, the title gives it away)Amy Adams on couch

But, if I were Amy Adams, I’m not sure what I would take out of these statements:

“Hoffman describes Adams as “a great actress” who will keep working until she gets it right.”

That’s like saying, the girl is such a moron we have to do 847 takes just until we finally get something we can use. Nobody Thinks that the definition of a great actress is someone who can do the scene in just one take..but maybe I’ve got it wrong.

He goes on:

“She s so vulnerable. She’s the person the director is either in love with or wants to kill. At bottom, she’s generous and she shows up to work.” In other words (This are the words of Nell Scovell) there’s no one he’d rather have jerk him off in the sink? He laughs. “Basically.”

So Amy, your duty here is to help the director jerk- off onset. (Hey…I’m living in a world of smut disguised as serious liberal journalism. Help me out here.)Amy Adams

Is it me? These liberals are SUCH big feminist supporters, and yet think nothing of insulting someone’s acting ability by saying she really is just there to add sex appeal to the movie, and add some fun to the director’s day.

Oh…but she is generous. That’s good in any winter wonderland I suppose.

UPDATE: Somebody should be more generous to Amy by the looks of this apartment.

December 21, 2013 - Posted by | American Culture, Entertainers, Uncategorized | ,

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