Amy Adams promote ‘Vice’ at ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers’!

On December 17, Amy Adams was at the Late Night With Seth Meyers to talk about her character in the upcoming movie ‘Vice’.  During the interview Amy said that while her portrayal of Lynne Cheney in Vice was inspired by the former second lady, she also took inspiration from her grandmother while playing the part.

As I started researching her, there was something in her voice and something that sort of started to remind me of my grandmother,Adams said.

She noted that her grandmother was raised in Utah, while Cheney was born in Wyoming. “There was just something in the way she was raised,Adams said. “My grandmother was raised on a farm and there was a pioneering spirit.

My grandma, she was tough. She told it how it was. There was no sugarcoating it,” the actress continued.

We would go over to her house, and it was the idea that the kids would help out,” she recalled. “We would clean cans. There was no, like, Grandma spoiling you, which I was used to.

Seth Meyers asked what Adams would do with the can when she was done cleaning it. “You would put it back up with all the other cans in the cupboard,” she said.

She was great, but tough. We did a lot of chores,” the actress added. “We got worked hard at Grandma’s house, so I guess something about the work ethic that was instilled reminded me of Lynne Cheney.

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