Rachel McAdams looks back on her impressive career after being honored with the Vanguard Award at CinemaCon on Thursday.
The Oscar-nominated actress was at the annual event held at the Caesars Palace Colosseum Theater in Las Vegas to promote her upcoming film. are you there god? it’s me, margaretand received the trophy during the CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards.
Speaking with ET’s Kevin Frazier, McAdams joked that the honor “makes me feel old!”
“Do I have that much to celebrate? It’s been added, and I didn’t realize it,” McAdams said.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of his mainstream Hollywood film debut in comedy hot chick, and over the past two decades she has earned an impressive collection of endearing roles and accolades. But it’s gone too fast for the famous star.
“I mean, in some ways I feel like I’ve just started, so it’s fun to hear that,” she said of the milestone. “In other ways, I just feel lucky that I’ve been able to do it for so long. So, that’s great.”
“I don’t think I’ve really taken the time to think about it, I was like, ‘You’ll give me an award? I’ll show up. Sure!'” McAdams added with a laugh.
This year’s CinemaCon is particularly special for many involved, as it comes amid a gradual return to cinemas for many filmmakers after nearly two years of lockdown and restrictions due to the pandemic.
McAdams shared, “It’s a gorgeous moment to be a part of. I was enjoying it from my local movie theater last weekend. I was watching a comedy, but was crying with joy sitting in that seat.” “So, coming here for this event, for those who have persevered through it and are still passionate about bringing back the community of watching movies and movies together – it’s emotional.”
McAdams actually has two movies coming out this year, starting with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which hits theaters May 6, and then are you there god? it’s me, margaretWhich comes on 16 September.
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