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Exclusive: Amy Adams interview

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Oscar-nominated actress Amy Adams tackles a "plucky, contemporary" role of a young woman torn by ambition versus relationships in her latest movie, baseball drama Trouble With The Curve.

In this video exclusive, she discusses why the film, co-starring Clint Eastwood and Justin Timberlake, is "the best contemporary thing I've done in a long time" and how it reflects her own attempts to create a work-life balance.

See what she has to say below and stay tuned for the release of Trouble With The Curve out in UK cinemas on 30 November.

Picture credit: Rex Features

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