Amy Adams Doesn’t Get Why People Mistake Her for Isla Fisher
Nope, Amy Adams is not married to Sacha Baron Cohen. That’s Isla Fisher.
And it’s Fisher in Wedding Crashers, not Amy Adams.
While it seems perfectly reasonable to mix up the two redheaded bombshells – they have a similar look, they’re two years apart in age – Adams is 39 and Fisher is 37 – and an inch apart in height – Adams says she doesn’t understand why there’s any confusion.
“I get Isla Fisher all the time, still. And I know Isla, and for a while our kids went to the same dance school. When I’m with Isla, we both look at one another and … I get it but I don’t get it,” the actress tells Vanity Fair in their January cover story.
“But just like I tell her, it could be a lot worse. I could be mistaken for a lot worse people.”
Here’s a helpful hint: Adams is the one starring alongside Bradley Cooper and Christian Bale in American Hustle, out in theaters Dec. 13.
Actors And Athletes In Save The Children’s New Film Hit The Ground Running
Save the Children today launched a star-studded film featuring actress Isla Fisher, Disney actor Cameron Boyce, Bollywood megastar Kunal Kapoor and Kenyan former world record marathon holder Patrick Makau, to promote its World Marathon Challenge for kids.
The World Marathon Challenge, a global relay race in which teams of kids come together to complete a full marathon, is taking place globally throughout the month of October, and involves more than 50,000 children in 67 countries. The relay race aims to raise awareness and funds for programs focused on child survival and well-being.
The short film has each of the stars running a leg of the race in different corners of the world. The film kicks off in Kenya with athlete Patrick Makau deftly gliding through the rural countryside. It then cuts to Bollywood’s Kunal Kapoor as he charges past ruins on the outskirts of Mumbai, before passing the baton to the safe hands of Isla Fisher in the United States. Cameron Boyce (“Grown Ups,” “Grown Ups 2”) then takes center stage in Los Angeles, with baton-twirling breakdance moves his fans will love.
Jesse Eisenberg talks about Isla during the promotion for Now You See Me. These two need to do more movies together!!
Back in May Isla appeared on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno and Chelsea Lately to promote Now You See Me, and I have now added HQ photos and HD screencaptures from them to our Gallery. Isla looked gorgeous on both shows, and I particularly like her cute hair and little cream dress on Chelsea Lately.
You can watch the Chelsea Lately interview further down this post – Isla and Chelsea are friends ‘off screen’ I believe and you can see this in their chat as it was a very fun interview! I haven’t found a video from Leno to post yet, but am working on that. I was surprised when I remembered that this was Isla’s first appearance on Leno’s show! They talked about Isla’s name, her novel writing past, and Now You See Me, and Isla also did a card trick with them.
Enjoy HQ photos and screencaptures from these TV appearances in the Gallery…
Whilst promoting Now You See Me in London last month, Isla & Jesse Eisenberg popped into BBC Radio1 for a game of pie tennis ….
Jesse Eisenberg & Isla Fisher answer reader’s questions via Skype
MSN’s James Hurley hosts a session of fan questions via Skype for Jesse Eisenberg and Isla Fisher.
Whilst in London to promote Now You See Me, Isla appeared on talk shows This Morning and Daybreak. She went solo on This Morning, and talked about Now You See Me, the stunts in that movie and her co-stars, and also about The Great Gatsby. She also explained the rumour about her and Sacha complaining about Leonardo DiCaprio’s noisy party at Cannes – they did crash the party and pretended to complain, but it was a joke – and Isla let slip a (slightly) naughty word when recounting the story, which she was very apologetic about! Over on This Morning she was accompanied by Jesse Eisenberg, and they chatted about similar things, plus their careers. Isla looked pretty in an outfit from Australian fashion label Lover.
And we have all the coverage for you! To start with, screencaptures and stills from both shows are in the Gallery, and I’ve also uploaded both interviews for you in our Video section. Links to everything are below…..
• Outside the ITV Studios x35
Isla brightens up the cover of the July issue of UK Cosmopolitan magazine, with another brand new photoshoot and interview! Check out quotes from the interview and a behind the scenes video below, and find scans from the spread in our Gallery. Needless to say, Isla looks fantastic in the photos, and it is once again great to see her on the cover of a big magazine!
Pick up a copy of Cosmopolitan now.
Cosmo also have an article about how to get Isla’s hair here.
Isla Fisher opens up to Cosmo!
Star of The Great Gatsby, and Now You See Me, Isla Fisher is the perfect Cosmo cover star! In the July issue she reveals all about the rejection she experienced at the start of her career, and how she overcame it.
You’d think having a famous husband like Sacha Baron Cohen, you’d be sorted in Hollywood. But apparently not! Isla revealed exclusively to Cosmo: “I really have had no help. In fact, the one time I did ask for help was after my agent in LA fired me. I was auditioning for all sorts of things but kept getting told ‘no’, so she just fired me! So anyway, I said to Sacha, who was my boyfriend at the time, ‘Can you ask your agent if they’ll represent me?’ And his agent said, ‘No way.’ It was the only favour I’d ever asked, and I was like, ‘OK… great’. But it spurred me on.”
Looking at Isla now – especially in this month’s Cosmo – you’d never realise she was once a wallflower. Speaking about her childhood, she said: “I went to something like six different schools before the age of 12, so I was always the new girl and had to make friends quickly. It was difficult at the start because I was very bookish – I was literally sat in the corner reading books, with no friends. So I learnt to be funny and to take the piss out of myself in order to ingratiate myself. I think it’s one of the best skills in life.”