Adams: I couldn't be intimidated by Clint
Amy Adams' daughter gets upset when she goes to work, but the actress hopes she can still take advantage of strong roles that come her way.
The 'Master' actress wants to cut down on the amount of roles she takes on in order to spend time with her Aviana, two, her daughter with fiance Darren Le Gallo, but is conflicted because there are a
number of things she still wants to achieve in her professional life.
Amy said: "I'd like to focus more on spending time with my daughter. My idea was to work a lot when she was young and when she started to be more aware of what was going on, I'd do less.
"She's a little less impressed with me working all the time now. Her lips are starting to turn down when I leave.
"But I have scripts I like and people I want to work with. This can be a fleeting time and I want to take advantage of as much as I can. But I also want to achieve a little more balance. I don't want to look back with any regrets."
Amy stars with veteran actor Clint Eastwood in 'Trouble With the Curve' and tried not to be intimidated by him because she plays his uncompromising daughter.
She explained: "I couldn't be intimidated by Clint because I had to play his daughter who was so not impressed by his bad attitude that I had to really take control.
"He's actually very warm. He's very tall and has a great personality and a lot of charm so it's easy for people to be intimidated by him."