The Oscar nominated Amy Adams talks Doubt and working alongside such hollywood heavyweights as Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman.

She may have lost the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress but has no DOUBT she will eventually pick one up (we just hope she doesn’t end up the new Kate Winslet!)

For Doubt, the film version of John Patrick Shanley’s Tony Award-winning play, Adams plays the mild mannered Sister James – the pivotal, wide-eyed character in the tale of a priest in ‘60s New York accused of abusing one of his young male charges.

Adams has slowly been making a name for herself in Hollywood ever since the indie hit “Junebug” (for which she also got an Oscar nomination) right through to Disney’s “Enchanted” but was she phased by such Hollywood greats as Meryl Streep and Philip Seymour Hoffman?

With her trademark innocence of “Junebug”, “Enchanted” and “Charlie Wilson’s War”, Paul Byrne talks to the Oscar nominated actress about “Doubt,” working alongside such Hollywood heavyweights and her engagement to fellow actor and artist Darren Le Gallo:




“Doubt” is in Irish cinemas this Friday, Feb 27th.