Amy Adams has to make a confession to make: she constantly calls people by accident. She's sorry about it too. The Academy Award-nominated actress is connected to many people in the sunny town of Hollywood. Sure enough, Adams has lots of high profile contacts inside her phone. Well, when she calls other people, her cheeks intercept the call, and she finds herself calling random celebrities by accident. The one person who ends up getting the most accidental calls from Adams? Christina Applegate, since she's at the top of the contact list. Here's what Amy Adams had to say about these embarrassing situations to Seth Meyers. Also, Christina Applegate isn't the only high profile person to get these random calls from Amy Adams.
As Amy Adams elaborates in this clip from Late Night with Seth Meyers, the Sharp Objects actress not only feels bad about calling Christina Applegate by accident so many times (she jokes that it's close to 300 times in the past two months), but Adams also think it's a bit rude on her part to not talk to Applegate on the spot or explain herself during these random and unprovoked phone interactions. But this is something the acclaimed actress wanted to make a point to apologize for in her most recent appearance on the NBC late night talk show. Hopefully, that clears the air up a little bit. Christina Applegate isn't the only celebrity who is getting random cheek-dialed calls from Amy Adams. Jennifer Aniston is also getting them as well, according to Adams. More specifically, Aniston is getting FaceTime calls from Adams while she's in the bedroom. Talk about awkward.
While Amy Adams is embarrassed about the whole thing, at least she has a good sense of humor about the whole thing. And if it happens again in the future -- and it sounds like it will -- hopefully Christina Applegate, Jennifer Aniston and the rest of the misdialed celebrities know why that's the case.
Check out the Late Night With Seth Meyers clip below.
Meanwhile, Amy Adams can currently be seen on HBO's acclaimed mini-series Sharp Objects, which is based on the book of the same name by Gillian Flynn. The actress also serves as an executive producer on the series, for the first time in her career. Additionally, Amy Adams will soon be seen in Adam McKay's upcoming untitled Dick Cheney biopic (rumored to be titled Backseat) later this year. She will play Lynne Cheney in the anticipated forthcoming film opposite Christian Bale's Dick Cheney and Sam Rockwell's George W. Bush. She is also attached to Joe Wright's The Woman in the Window and Pablo Larrain's The True American, both of which are expected to be released next year. Adams also made a cameo in Justice League.
Will is an entertainment writer based in Pittsburgh, PA. His writing can also be found in The Playlist, Cut Print Film, We Got This Covered, The Young Folks, Slate and other outlets. He also co-hosts the weekly film/TV podcast Cinemaholics with Jon Negroni and he likes to think he's a professional Garfield enthusiast.
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