Amy Adams has revealed she used to punch walls to vent her frustrations, but now she uses pillows instead..
The Oscar-nominated actress stars in Trouble With The Curve with Clint Eastwood, which is about a baseball scout and his estranged daughter who try to rebuild their relationship on a road trip together.
Talking about what she finds therapeutic, Amy revealed: "Punching pillows is good. It took me a long time. I used to punch walls."
The Muppets star also explained how she had to find her inner child to play damaged character Mickey.
She admitted: "It's very hard to open yourself up to those emotions and to have to create a history for this character that is so raw.
"It's that horrible thing of things happening in the past that you haven't worked through. So you're a grown woman in your 30s and you still feel like a child. It's so frustrating to not have that control over yourself.
"So to go to those places and to have to find that place in me that is still a 12-year-old that feels really sad about things. It's never fun, but it's very cathartic."
::Trouble With The Curve is out on DVD and available to download now