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Amy Adams Films in Snowy Boston (Photos)

An unexpected late-winter blast didn’t hold up production of The Untitled David O. Russell Project, which just started filming in Boston.

It did, however, make things difficult for Amy Adams as she warily ventured out of her makeup trailer. Bundled up and wearing a zebra-print shower cap over her hair, she took a look at the snowfall before walking onto the set, accompanied by an umbrella-carrying assistant.

She stood outside for a time, consulting with another coat-wearing figure, before heading back in – no need to stay out any longer than necessary!

The film, which also stars Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Christian Bale and Jeremy Renner, is based on the Abscam sting case from the 70’s and 80’s.

Don’t worry, Amy – we hear spring will be here one of these days!


  • A tentative peek 1 of 6
    A tentative peek
    Amy checks out the weather from the door of her makeup trailer.
  • Getting an escort 2 of 6
    Getting an escort
    An assistant stands by with an umbrella to keep her dry.
  • Stepping out 3 of 6
    Stepping out
    The actress braves the snow.
  • Isn’t spring almost here? 4 of 6
    Isn't spring almost here?
    The late-winter storm hammered New England - but didn't stop the film schedule.
  • Guarding the ‘do 5 of 6
    Guarding the 'do
    Amy doesn't look so confident that her cap will keep her style intact.
  • Back in 6 of 6
    Back in
    After a short consult outside, Amy returns to the dry trailer.

[Photos: via PacificCoastNews]

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