Amy Adams talks 'Arrival's awards buzz and the timely relevance of the sci-fi film. Rough Cut / No Reporter Narration
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Despite having five Oscar nominations under her belt, actress Amy Adams said she feels "inauthentic" campaigning for herself during Hollywood's awards season, although buzz is building around her latest role as an intuitive linguist in sci-fi film "Arrival." The film, which was shot a while ago but is being released the weekend after the U.S. presidential election, feels very timely. "Arrival" hits theaters on November 11.