I was just observing how our sidekick heroines keep fueling our clichés (Star Trek, anyone? think it through and see how women are really portrayed in superheroes flicks)… Then again, Amy Adams is not really your ordinary bombshell beauty after Hollywood standards! She’s a ginger. And a lovely, human-looking one! I look at her and I don’t get that ‘plastic’ feeling I get from the vast majority of A-lister. I look at her and I feel that she’s almost normal. Not too skinny, not too worked-out, not too botox-ed. Amy Adams may just be the next big thing when it comes to Hollywood leading ladies (not to mention her double initial name thingie: Lois Lane-Amy Adams? LL-AA?)! Can’t wait for The Man of Steel to be released in theaters – I’m actually more interesting in her performance as I’m certain Henry Cavill delivered a Super-act!
Until then, however, let’s see how marketing is pushing the movie through its heroes: Henry Cavill and Amy Adams do Interview magazine and their pictorial is super-promising.
Amy Adams is on the cover of Allure’s latest issue – a standard portrait, nothing outstanding about it. But she’s also the star of Lacoste’s newest perfume ad campaign for women.
And it’s a lovely advertising, clearly Amy had a little help from the montage/after-effects team, but she makes a credible juggler, her dexterity, even if enhanced via computer, was nonetheless gracefully executed. And in all rightfulness as the perfume, Eau de Lacoste, is launched under the slogan: ‘The sensual feeling of pure white cotton on your skin’. Soft and sensual are the key words and fruity and floral its main notes.