Robert Ito of The New York Times believes that her propensity for risky projects prevents her from being a bigger box-office draw.
Although Amy Adams struggled with self-esteem in her early career, she did have some notable successes.
Adams on the set of in 2006, which proved to be her breakout film Later in 2005, Adams had supporting parts in two critically panned films—the romantic comedy , starring and , and the ensemble coming-of-age film.
She felt that her character's personality was far removed from her own and worried about how people would perceive her.
I hope the very tired Disney fairy tale mocking genre is slain by this film.
She attracts little gossip or tabloid attention, and strives to keep a healthy work-life balance.