Actress Amy Adams missed a Golden Globe for best actress this year, but her efforts were recognized on Wednesday by receiving a star on Walk of Fame in Hollywood, reports Reuters.
Amy Adams, aged 42, received this recognition for her latest role in the sci-fi movie produced by Paramount Pictures, ‘Arrival’, which has brought her many nominations during the awards season in Hollywood.
The actress also starred in Tom Ford’s ‘Nocturnal Animals’, which brought her worldwide praise from critics.
Amy Adams, who was accompanied at the ceremony by her husband, daughter and her partner in ‘Arrival’, Jeremy Renner, recalled her early years in Hollywood and the road she traveled so far.
‘When I first came to Disney, it was the first audition I have ever given to Hollywood and I have never ever imagined I’d get to this moment and receive this award’, she said.
‘I was not expecting to receive a phone call to be announced that Steven Spielberg wants to know me, that he wants to give me a job. And when I thought I would leave this industry for good, Phil Morrison said Junebug’, stated Amy.
Adams has made a remarkable image in Hollywood with her role in ‘Catch Me If You Can’ with Leonardo DiCaprio and received her first Oscar nomination for her role as a pregnant woman with problems in Junebug (2005).
The actress will soon resume her role of Princess Giselle in ‘Disenchanted’, a sequel to the 2007 Disney film ‘Enchanted’.
Walk of Fame, a long stretch of a mile from Hollywood Boulevard, honored many influential people in the entertainment industry starting in the 60s.