Rachel McAdams and her agents are priming her for a run toward an Academy Award within the next couple years. When one looks at the roles she is currently filming and what she has recently filmed her projects give the indication that she is focused on demonstrating her ability to show herself to her colleagues and the film award judges that she is a complete actress who can handle any type of role and bring the necessary levels of emotion and strength to make the character alive.
Rachel McAdams recent film "A Most Wanted Man" is being shown at the Sundance Film Festival and this is a project in which the cast consisted of the incredibly talented and focused Phillip Stewart Hoffman, William Dafor and Robin Wright. Her other projects, "The Untitled Cameron Crowe Project", "Everything Will Be Fine", "Passengers" and even the animated film "The Little Prince" are projects that are not 'light and easy' projects but movie roles that will require her to be locked in to every scene.
Everything Rachel McAdams is doing is suggestive of an actress who has reached the point in her career where she wants to be involved in at least one to two projects per year that are substantial acting projects which will be considered as top tier efforts worthy of award consideration. This subtle change seems to have begun in 2012 with the movie "The Vow" and is now in full swing with her current projects.
Rachel McAdams fans and entertainment insiders are rejoicing when they look at who she is working with and the projects she is working one because now one of the best actresses in the business is working with others of similar talent and ability. The result of Rachel McAdams working with her acting peers will likely be spectacular performances that will result in her name being called to the awards podium in the near future.