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Watch American Hustle Online replacing common envy with refreshing appreciation. “I get excited for people when I know I should be competitive. I’d say in an audition, ‘I don’t think I’m right for this, but you know who you should get?’ ” she says, adding, “I used to do that when I was an unemployed actress.” She then mimics herself pitching in a meeting: “Has Zooey Deschanel come in? Because she’d be fantastic … Have you met Emily Blunt? Because she is really wonderful.”
Throughout the interview, the praise flows freely for colleagues she has worked with … and some she hasn’t.
Christian Bale: “I’m completely in love with him.”
Jessica Chastain: “One of the most amazing actresses.”
Mark Wahlberg: “He’s fun. And he’s smart. ‘Wicked smaht.’ ”
Laura Linney: “I just love her so much.”
Joaquin Phoenix: “I think he’s one of the most genuine and honest people.”
Jessie Mueller: “A startling talent.”
Jennifer Lawrence: “She’s such a powerhouse. I could learn from her. She’s for real.”
Marion Cotillard: “I mean … I want to be her.”
Meryl Streep: “She lives it.”
None of this friendliness and enthusiasm feels forced, but it does come across a tad … provincial. Adams is not in Colorado anymore. This is L.A., baby, where Bernie Brillstein subtitled his memoir, You’re No One in Hollywood Unless Someone Wants You Dead. The idea is raised that it might help Adams’s career if she started a feud with another actor.
She laughs. “I can’t imagine starting a feud—that’s the funniest thing!” Then she wonders, “With …?”
It should be someone famous, for impact. Hey, maybe she could start a feud with Tom Hanks!
“Oh my gosh, can you imagine how I’d look?” She drops her voice low and gives it a frosty edge: “Tom and I have worked together twice. We’re probably not going to work together again. He knows why.” She drops the act and shakes the thought out of her head. “That’s the most horrible thing. No, if I was going to start a feud I’d start a real one. With someone who deserved it.”
The way she says it, she’s thinking of someone. But she has the discipline to keep the name to herself. While honest and open, Adams is not transparent. “People have an idea of who Amy is in their minds. In reality, she’s hard to pin down,” says Hoffman. “She’s a mercurial person.”
Adams doesn’t pretend to be perfect. “I fluctuate from The Master to The Muppets in my daily routine,” she says, copping to being human. Perhaps this self-knowledge allows Adams to deliver with equal aplomb lines like “I like Frosty the Snowman” (Doubt) and “I’m not fuckin’ fucking you” (Hustle). She also credits boyfriend/fiancé/“my guy” Darren Le Gallo with helping her to deal with her moods and to transition from the energy and conflicts of the set to being present at home. They’ve been together for eleven and a half years; their daughter, Aviana, was born in 2010. “I’m not pregnant. I’m not getting married anytime soon,” Adams declares for the record.
They met in acting class, but these days Le Gallo focuses his creativity on the visual arts, turning their Hollywood Hills garage into an art studio. Like Adams, he has the talent to move between diverse styles. His list of influences includes Yves Tanguy, Magritte, Bill Plympton, and Ralph Steadman’s pen-and-ink work.
Adams and Le Gallo’s partnership makes both their artistic lives possible. It feels natural to them but still raises cultural eyebrows. Adams recalls how she once took a business trip while Le Gallo stayed home with Aviana, prompting surprise. “You left your husband alone with a child?” exclaimed one woman. Adams responded, “Well, yeah.” She supports his choices; he supports hers. “I know he’s completely capable and lovely, and beautiful, and offers something I could never hope to offer just in the nature of his being,” she explains to a world that should not require an explanation