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Amy Adams IS The Woman in the Window: Trailer

Just when I thought it was safe to back to blogging ... the subscription widget I was using is going away! 

Which means while usually I only feel like I’m talking to myself when I blog, come this summer I really will be. Without feedburner, my book-to-movie content will just sit here, withering away, unread, unloved in the vast desert where failed blogs go to die. 

That’s fine.  Even before COVID hit I was spending less and less time here and more and more time tinkering away at a novel of my own  I just didn’t have the creative energy to pour into Chapter1-Take1 any longer. 

What I’d like to do—besides have my novel published—is invite you to check out my personal website SimCarter.com. If you decide to follow me there via TinyLetter I can pretty much guarantee I won’t intrude on your already overcrowded inbox more than once—maybe twice—a month.  

So this is my “Hey! Good to see you and oh, by the way, Goodbye” post but before I go, a book to movie adaptation that’s coming to Netflix in May. It’s a book many of us loved, The Woman in the Window by AJ Finn starring Amy Adams as Anna Fox, the agoraphobic, alcoholic, child psychologist. Aren’t you glad the author titled it WOMAN in the Window rather than calling her a “girl”

The film also stars Gary Oldman, Julianne Moore, Anthony Mackie and Wyatt Russell. Joe Wright directed with a script from Tracy Letts based on Finn’s bestselling thriller. Watch the trailer below. 

And thank you for following me here, some of since the inception. I appreciate the loyalty, the love and the comments. I will always have an avid interest in movies and books, especially movies based on books even though, let’s face it, they often don’t live up to the original. So if you’re watching, chances are, I’ll be watching too. Reach out on Twitter @SimCarter or on Instagram @simcarter28. And if you’re so inclined stop by Simcarter.com and give me a follow. 

Thanks everybody  That’s a wrap.



Confined to her home by agoraphobia, a psychologist becomes obsessed with her new neighbors — and solving a brutal crime she witnesses from her window.
Starring:Amy Adams, Gary Oldman, Anthony Mackie