"Reese inspires me all the time. She's such a go-getter.
"I like wake up and take my time. I always imagine she wakes up with like, a list. She's just ready to go, but she's inspired me in her role as producer and creator for a long time," Adams, who also headlines "Sharp Objects", told E! News.
Adams said she could connect with her role and that is one reason she agreed to to the show.
"I think that one of the things I really related to is that Camille is somebody who sort of keeps her pain on the inside.
"I mean, she has a lot of vices and a lot of outlets for her pain, but I think that's something that a lot of women relate to, is we tend to be private with our pain, and I really had that in common with her," she said.
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