Amy Adams Considers Working with People, Muppets and a Zoo
Though she had a spectacular supporting performance in Steven Spielberg's 2002 film Catch Me If You Can, the beautiful actress Amy Adams didn't see her career truly blossom until after an Academy Award nomination for her performance in Junebug about 5 years ago. Thankfully she's churned out some great work in the form of Enchanted, Doubt, Julie & Julia and David O. Russell's forthcoming film The Fighter. Now it seems she's quite in demand at the moment as EW reports Adams is in the midst of considering a trio of different projects that would involve some Muppets, Alex Kurtzman's directorial debut and buying a zoo. Details below!
Apparently Adams is in talks to join Jason Segel and Nick Stoller's newest Muppet incarnation The Greatest Muppet Movie Ever Made (though the new Disney venture may currently be untitled). In addition, she's also been discussing roles in Cameron Crowe's adaptation of We Bought a Zoo and writer/producer Alex Kurtzman's directorial debut Welcome to People, which just brought on Chris Pine to lead the film. EW says her role in the Muppet movie is the most likely, but the schedule is still being tweaked as she contemplates involvement in the other two projects. It has to be quite difficult deciding between working with Matt Damon, Chris Pine and Kermit the Frog. Hopefully we'll find out more news on all of these projects soon.