Movie princess Amy Adams can't wait to see what happens after her fairy tale's "happily ever after" ending, she tells MTV. Her hit musical Enchanted pulled in $50 million over the Thanksgiving weekend and looks like an early awards favorite, meaning the the veteran actress-turned-overnight sensation's years in the background may be over.
Adams, 33, worked at the Gap and Hooters before breaking into movies and TV. She spent years in supporting roles before wowing the indie circuit with 2005's Junebug; her scene-stealing turn earned her an Academy Award nomination. Now hitting the big time with Enchanted, Princess Giselle's alter ego is headed for the A list.