Amy Adams thinks weddings are a waste of money - but still wants to tie the knot.
Amy Adams thinks weddings are a waste of money.
The 'Master' actress is engaged to Darren Le Gallo and while she wants to get married, she can't help but think it's a lot of money to spend on just one day.
She explained to PEOPLE magazine: ''Weddings are not a good value and I like good value. Still, I'd be disappointed if we didn't have one.''
Amy also revealed she is less focused on her career since becoming a mother.
The 38-year-old star gave birth to the couple's daughter Aviana in 2010 and says the youngster is now the most important thing in her world, leaving work in the shade.
She said: ''I love my work but I'm becoming more successful at leaving it behind when I'm at home so my daughter feels I belong to her and not the world.''
Amy recently admitted Aviana hates seeing her go out to work and she wants to do more to put her family first, without leaving herself unfulfilled.
She 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.''