Thursday, July 3, 2008

Amy Adams dines out with Ben Stiller in Vancouver

A big thank you goes to Jeff for informing us that Amy Adams and Ben Stiller were spotted dining out together at trendy Cioppino's restaurant in Yaletown recently.

Patrons inside recognized the stars, and ended up following them outside after dinner, where Stiller posed for pictures and signed autographs. The pair are in town working on the mega budget sequel "Night at the Museum 2: Escape From the Smithsonian".

Source: Darren Parkman for 'Vancouver 24 hours'

12 comments:

annie said...

LOOL ça fait limite douteux ton montage Steph xD
Thanks for the news anyway ! :)

xx

Stephany said...

MDR c'est pas moi qui l'ai fait je l'ai trouvé sur le net, haha.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if anyone took any pics of Amy. It would be nice to see some new ones

Lyudmila said...

Here it is - a public profession! Even don't let people to have a dinner without witnesses!

Tiffarazzi said...

She looks so pretty in that picture.

Anonymous said...

She also looks seductive in that picture, Tiffarazzi. It has to be a deliberate pairing by Shawn Levy in order to generate publicity.

Celine said...

did she dye her hair for the film? or is it just the lighting? i almost didnt recognize her! lol

Anonymous said...

Amy Adams was shopping in my store today at Pacific Centre, she came in briefly yesterday and she was back again today in a nice blue dress, i could've talked to her! but she left so quickly!

Anonymous said...

You actually saw her in your store? Wow! Any more details you can tell us? Wish you had a chance to talk to her.

Meg said...

I had a chance to talk to her TODAY!!! Amy came in to our store again during the afternoon (she's possibly staying in Four Seasons which is connected to the mall) but unlike the first couple times i saw her, she dressed very plainly and ...ordinarily so for a second there i almost doubted whether or not it was her, but when i had a chance to help her with a pair of shoes, i looked her in the eye and i saw the bags under her eyes, the pointy tip of her nose, (not in a bad way, she's very fair and beautiful in person) i knew it was her, (plus the red hair) unfortunately she didn't stay too long in the store because we didn't have the style of gold shoes she liked, although she was very polite and down to earth, no one would ever think she'd been an Oscar nominee. i wanted to acknowledge her quietly but didn't have a chance, however, im very happy that i finally spoke to her, oh so lovely.

Anonymous said...

http://vancouver.24hrs.ca/Columnists/StarringVancouver/

A couple of famous movie-goers were spotted at the big Scotiabank Theatre on Burrard Street a few days back.

Ben Stiller and his co-star Amy Adams showed up for an ultra- exclusive private screening of Stiller's new movie Tropic Thunder which also stars Jack Black and Robert Downey Jr.

Stiller and Adams have been hard at work in Burnaby on the sequel Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian, which also stars Owen Wilson, Ricky Gervais and Christopher Guest.

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