The ‘Doubt’ actress is nothing like the pure, innocent characters she
portrays on screen, her ‘Junebug’ co-star Embeth Davidtz claims.
Embeth told BlackBook magazine: “The sweet girl in ‘Junebug’ is not who Amy
really is. Amy’s much naughtier than anyone I know.
“I can’t give you examples because they are so beyond X-rated. She’s got the
wickedest sense of humor and says what nobody else would think to say.”
Amy, 34, doesn’t understand why people think she is so meek and virtuous.
She said: “It’s interesting to be perceived as innocent. Innocent of what?
I’m certainly not naive.
“I misbehave. I just do it in private.”
The actress – whose performance in ‘Doubt’ earned her an Academy Award
nomination for Best Supporting Actress – thinks her next role will help
shatter her good-girl image.
She is playing Amelia Earhart in ‘Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the
Smithsonian’ and her pants are almost indecently tight.
She adds: “It’s going to be an Amy Adams butt show. I’m not known for
showing my a*s on camera, but there it is.”