Amy Adams on Acting with Clint Eastwood in 'Trouble With the Curve'

Actress discusses working with actor in his new movie, "Trouble With the Curve."
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You can sprint like a guy, throw like a guy, take a real swing. How did you learn to play baseball? I had to get a coach. A private baseball coach because before I started this film, i could not do any of those. I could run. I was a good runner. And you play the daughter of clint. He's a scout, a baseball scout. You have to know something about the game. Yeah. You had to look like you could do it. I had to look like it was some place I grew up, that I was comfortable, and at home on the field. I heard when you got out there, you had something that could be called, in some places, a home run. Pretty good. Yeah. In a very small field. So, what is it like to work with a legend like clint eastwood? It's amazing. I grew up watching clint. Had a huge crush on him, of course. But he's just such a warm individual. And he just has such a great sense of humanity and of humor. And really made it easy not to be intimidated. You also get to work with justin timberlake. Yes. 3 is not the kind of dancing you usually expect from justin timberlake. Clogging. Clogging? Clogging. It's a dance. No. Where I'm from, they take you to a psych ward for that. I think you would like it. It's fun. You should try it. No, no, no. Come on. It will be fun. Try to keep up. You got him to do it. Are you a clogger? I would like to learn clogging, actually. They looked like they were having a lot of fun when they were doing, the professional cloggers. The last time we talked on "gma," you were still pregnant. Really pregnant. Now, your daughter's more than two. Hi. I told you t watch. Bet you she is. Hi. She's such a sweetie. Does she get the idea that mommy's a big movie star? I think you're the first person to tell her. Sorr abothat park this summer. Now whe I say I'm going to work, she thinks I'm doing shakespeare in the park. Likes that. And that fu for us. , An int diet. W that mean?T means I check my e-mail and sort of a couple of news stories. Bti'must spendin get sucked in, right? An much, I really wanted qualiyti with my wn I home, I'm really trying to just set it aside. You know? How does it feel? It feels good. Times it's very anxiety-inducing. I feel like I really was addicted. You feel like you need to know things. If yn on, you're missing someut then, you learn you can liveit.Cf you have one other big mo "the master," with philip seymour hoffman.& it. It is magnificent. Joaquin phoenix gi owners day. But they can't afford armies of lobbyists in washington. No one say but the systemis rigged against them. BIG, PROFITABLE CORPORATIONS Pay no taxes. Big oil companies pocketbillions in tax breaks. Elizabeth warren's plan... Get rid of the loopholesand special breaks, and level the playing fieldfor small businesses.

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