TORONTO (AP) -- It was easy for Amy Adams for make like she loves Philip Seymour Hoffman in "The Master." That's because she says she adores him in real life. What was different this time is how she could hold her own going "toe to toe" with him. In previous movies they worked together, she says she was "a bit more submissive." She says it was "great to get to overpower" him on screen because "that's the only time it's going to happen" in her life." The Master opens in more theaters on Friday.