Amy Adams on How Being a Mother Changed Her ‘Disenchanted’ Role (Exclusive)
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Wednesday night, Amy Adams hit the red carpet for the Los Angeles premiere of “Disenchanted,” the long-awaited sequel to 2007’s “Enchanted”!
“Extra’s” Jenn Lahmers chatted with Amy Adams about how becoming a mother in the interim has changed the way she approaches the role of Giselle.
Amy commented, “Oh, it changes everything, the importance of family and the focus on family… I know that’s what Giselle’s thinking of primarily in this film and sort of how she can be the best for her family. That’s something I identify with.”
She also spilled on what a fairy-tale day would look like for her. Amy was all for a “chill” day, saying, “First off… someone brings me coffee in bed and then I don’t move, just food, coffee… we all watch a movie, dog, husband, daughter.”
Amy also recalled being pregnant at the same time as her co-star Maya Rudolph when they first met, saying, “She was further along, I was just early days pregnancy.”
While Amy didn’t tell anyone but her family, Maya just “knew.”