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You Pick Amy Adams' Next Role from These Three Contenders
No one seems to be hotter than Amy Adams right now, who's quietly taking Hollywood by storm by starring in a number of hit movies. The gal will stretch her repertoire and get her blue-collar grit on for a role in The Fighter later this year, and now Entertainment Weekly is reporting on three more potential roles for Adams to take on next.
First up is the new Muppet movie, which comes from the brain of Jason Segel, who put on his own Dracula Muppet musical in Forgetting Sarah Marshall, proving he's definitely the man we want behind a big-screen Muppet revival. There's no word on who Adams would play, though we imagine it's some girl who helps out the Muppets and pisses off Miss Piggy by hanging all over Kermit … or something like that.
Next up we have a potential role in Cameron Crowe's (Almost Famous, Jerry Maguire) upcoming filmWe Bought a Zoo, which already stars Matt Damon as a man who buys a dilapidated zoo in order to also own a beautiful country estate. Adams would play a delightful zookeeper in this one, which seems to fit her personality perfectly, and falls (somewhat) in line with a few of Crowe's other dirty blonde leading ladies like Kirsten Dunst (Elizabethtown), Kate Hudson (Almost Famous) and Renee Zellweger (Jerry Maguire).
Finally we have a "significant role" in the film Welcome to People, which will mark the directorial debut of Alex Kurtzman, who's one of the writers behind films like Transformers and Star Trek. Here she would play the half-sister to Chris Pine, who's also a single mother and alcoholic. So three completely different roles (though two of them do have her dealing with animals), and we assume she'll only be doing one of them.
If you were in charge, which of these films would you cast Amy Adams in?
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