Another old TV show-turned feature length movie has managed to find a way out of development hell--at least for the moment. Try to contain your excitement. After languishing for years as an in-development project and on the heels of not-great Bewitched and The Dukes of Hazzard, I Dream of Jeannie has a new writer, energized producers and is back in active development. The producers are so energized in fact, that it's hard not to get a little excited for them.
Man we love Amy Adams. Is there nothing she can't do? No role she can't play? Enchanted princess, reserved nun, Amelia Earhart? It sure doesn't seem like it. We bet she could have even played chef Julia Child in Julie and Julia, but the casting of Meryl Streep is just too perfect. And we're just as happy to see Adams as Julie, the modern-day woman who tries to cook her way through the entire Julia Child cookbook. To see the other movies that Adams has made better through her presence, check out our highly scientific Guide to Amy Adams Being Awesome.