Amy Adams And Ashton Kutcher Reminisce About ‘That ’70s Show’ On ‘Ellen’

Amy Adams stopped by “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Tuesday and took a trip down memory lane with guest co-host Ashton Kutcher.

The “Arrival” star reminisced with Kutcher about her role in an episode of “That ’70s Show”, the popular Fox sitcom that ran from 1998-2006. She revealed she was “so nervous” while on set because she was such a big fan of the show.

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“These guys were so great, so fun to work with, but so good at what they did and I was just like terrified,” she confessed. “I was like, ‘It’s a good thing the jeans are cute.’ I’ll never be able to wear jeans like that again.”

Kutcher disagreed with Adams’ self-deprecation, telling her that she essentially knew what she was doing from day one.

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The 10-time Golden Globe nominee also chatted about her upcoming movie, “Vice”, the Dick Cheney biopic, where she plays former Second Lady of the United States Lynne Cheney.

“I’m not a very political person,” Adams said, “so diving into this was really a character study.”

Kutcher then had to be “shushed” by DeGeneres when he almost accidentally revealed a big spoiler from the film.

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“Vice” opens in theatres on Christmas Day this year.

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