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March 06 2006

Check out Cousin Beth at the Oscars! Tune in tonight to see if Amy Adams nabs the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in "Junebug".

Amy Adams guest starred on the BtVS episode "Family".

She made the cover of this week's "Life" magazine supplement to newspapers! :-)
I just saw her on the red carpet. Adorable dress.
Heh, yeah, me too, on CNN.

Anyway, I'm in The Netherlands, and there's no way to tune into the Oscars here. I believe the ceremony is aired all over Europe - except for this little part of the 'verse. Which sucks. I'd love to watch the whole thing.
I truly believe she is the ONLY person who deserves to be nominated for an Oscar this year. I really hope she takes it. It's the only reason I'm going to watch tonight.
Yeah, I saw her on the red carpet too and thought, huh maybe I should post this...
I truly believe she is the ONLY person who deserves to be nominated for an Oscar this year. I really hope she takes it. It's the only reason I'm going to watch tonight.


Are you really serious? For example, you don't think Reese Witherspoon and Philip Seymour Hoffman deserve their nominations, to name just two examples? You obviously have very exacting standards.

I haven't seen every single film that has recieved nominations but I certainly couldn't dispute those I have seen.
Yep, saw her on CNN. Haven't seen her in "Junebug" but it would be so cool if she won.

We don't get the Oscars on TV here in Norway either. Well, not live anyway. I have to wait to see an edited version on Wednesday. Boo!!!
Guess I'll have to keep the computer and the TV off for three days...
Are you really serious? For example, you don't think Reese Witherspoon and Philip Seymour Hoffman deserve their nominations, to name just two examples?

Ditto my confusion. Really? Did you see any movie besides Junebug? Because even though I didn't like Capote, I thought Hoffman was great in it, and Heath Ledger is amazing in Brokeback Mountain, as is Michelle Williams. In fact, despite the Buffy-alum associations, I'm rooting for Williams this year. I've seen all of 2 episodes of Dawson's Creek, but I thought she was something special even then. And her tiny part in The Station Agent confirmed it. In fact, her work in Brokeback made me long for her to work in a Joss-movie. She doesn't have much in the way of dialogue, but her wide-open face, so innocent and quietly beautiful, was eloquent. She can do with her expression what Summer can do with her voice: break my heart.
Michelle in The Station Agent was a revelation for me. She's fantastic. Would be a very well deserved win for Brokeback, she had a very tough role.

Also with the love for Rachel Weiz in The Constant Gardener - she sold the part very well.
Well, Rachel won. I haven't seen either movie, but they both seem lovely.
Michelle Williams floored me in "The Baxter" this year, but it all started with "The Station Agent."
I read in the Amy Adams article in "Life" that she was thisclose to being a Power Ranger. Talk about wise moves.
She also mentioned on E! that if the producers of "The Office" want her back, she'll come.
Amy's so adorable and it would have been awesome if she had won. Who did she play on THE OFFICE?
I believe her part in The Office is "The Hot Girl".

Amy Adams was enchanting throughout the night and you could tell she was having the best of times. She got a front row seat and a lot of face time during the broadcast, and everytime she was on camera she had the widest and most genuine smile on her face, like she was drinking it all in and living it up.

First time at the Oscars, and she is such a star. (Cruel Intentions 2 notwithstanding.)

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