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Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski stopped by ‘The View’ this morning to promote ‘The Way We Get By.’



I’ve added never-before-seen stills to our gallery of Amanda Seyfried in ‘While We’re Young.’



I’ve added photos to our gallery of Amanda Seyfried’s photoshoot by Mario Testino.



As Ted 2 hits the big screen, Amanda Seyfried gears up for her stage debut in a sizzling two-hander from Neil LaBute.

Amanda Seyfried is a serious hugger. Even in our newly hug-happy world, one in which political rivals routinely embrace one another like sorority sisters at a reunion, Seyfried’s capacity for the deep hug stands out. For example, one rainy Friday morning in early April, as I arrive in the rehearsal room at Second Stage Theatre at Forty-third Street and Eighth Avenue, Seyfried, wearing black jeans and a hoodie, leaps out of her folding metal chair and wraps her whole tiny little self around me, hanging on for a bit longer than customary. Granted, she has been hugging me hello and goodbye over the past several weeks that we’ve been meeting, but there is something extra-intense about this hug that seems to say, Oh, thank God. Something familiar.

It’s the third day of rehearsals for The Way We Get By, a new Neil LaBute play directed by Leigh Silverman that goes into previews in less than a month. Though Seyfried, who turns 30 later this year, has been working in TV and film since she was a teenager, this is her first play. And while it may sound like business as usual, yet another Hollywood actress out to prove she’s serious, it’s a very big deal for Seyfried because the thought of getting up in front of any audience has always been paralyzing. A few years ago, she famously downed a couple of shots of Jameson to calm her nerves before going on Letterman and appeared drunk on TV. “It made it fun for me,” she says, “but then I watched it and was like ‘That is not what I want to promote about myself.’ ” Soon after, she started seeing a shrink to help get over her debilitating fear. “I have a lot of anxiety that I’ve been struggling with my whole life,” she says. “So I have been working through it. I’m terrified, but this is exactly what I wanted.”

The fact that it’s Off-Broadway, and the character is a beautiful 29-year-old, certainly doesn’t hurt. “She’s made a really smart choice,” says LaBute, “She didn’t say, ‘Yeah, I think the first thing I’ll do is Cordelia in King Lear in Central Park.’

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Amanda Seyfried has joined the cast of “Young Americans,” which stars Daniel Radcliffe as Lee Atwater and Dane Dehaan as Karl Rove, TheWrap reports.

Seyfried’s casting comes with the news announced that StarStream Media will finance and produce the road-trip buddy movie directed by John Krokidas (“Kill Your Darlings”) and written by Wes Jones.

Based on true events from the 1970s, “Young Americans” follows Atwater and Rove on a wild road trip through the South all the way to the White House in a crash course of dirty tricks and politics. Seyfried joins the party as a young political femme fatale who secretly threatens to beat the boys at their own game.

Bruce Cohen (“Silver Linings Playbook”) and Liz Destro (“Life After Beth”) of Destro Films are producing alongside Kim Leadford of StarStream Media and Frank Frattaroli of Circle of Confusion. XYZ Films is handling international sales rights at the upcoming Marche du Film at Cannes.

Principal photography is set to begin this fall.

Seyfried most recently starred alongside Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts and Adam Driver in Noah Baumbach’s “While We’re Young,” and will be seen in “Ted 2” this summer.

“Everybody at StarStream Media and Destro Films are excited to finally be making this movie. We have been trying to get this script since it won the Black List in 2010 and thanks to the incredible team who kept this film alive (Bruce Cohen, Rena Ronson, Wes Jones and John Krokidas), we have the pleasure of working with Krokidas and DP, Reed Morano,” said Kim Leadford, CEO of StarStream Media. “We loved their 1940s aesthetic in ‘Kill Your Darlings’ and are looking forward to watching them build the look of the 70s; which is one of the coolest eras, in my opinion.”

UTA Independent packaged the film and will be representing North America.

Source: Panarmenian.net



I’ve added photos of Amanda Seyfried attending the ‘China: Through The Looking Glass’ Costume Institute Benefit Gala in New York City from earlier tonight May 4, 2015.



I’ve added two brand new never before seen stills of ‘While We’re Young’ to our photo gallery.



I’ve added a brand new still of Amanda Seyfried from ‘While We’re Young’ to our gallery.



The bright side to the weather-walloping that Pittsburgh has taken this winter: It’s going to make for one heck of a holiday movie.

The frigid, snow-covered city serves as the idyllic Christmas Eve setting for Love the Coopers, still shooting on location, but heading to theaters Nov. 13.

The dramatic comedy was originally titled Let it Snow, and Mother Nature definitely heard that plea.

“We do snow dances instead of rain dances on set,” says director Jessie Nelson (I Am Sam), who began shooting on location in late January. Since then, the city has seen near-record low temperatures and more than three feet of snow. “It’s cold but beautiful. We are so lucky with the weather, it’s just been a winter wonderland.”

Nelson says the title change to Love the Coopers, which is how the featured family signs their Christmas cards, was needed to give the movie a more year-round viewing appeal.

But it takes place around an emotionally packed Christmas Eve dinner for the sprawling ensemble cast. John Goodman and Diane Keaton portray the hosts, Charlotte and Sam Cooper, a couple married for 40 years with many family branches.

“It’s one day in everyone’s lives,” says Nelson. “We pick each one up in the morning and we follow them until they get to the dinner at 5 p.m., and then we show what happens when they all collide at the house.”

Ed Helms and Olivia Wilde portray the couple’s single, grown children. Helms’ Hank is divorced and Wilde’s Eleanor invites a soldier (Jake Lacy) she met at the airport to dinner.

Alan Arkin, as Keaton’s father, dines each morning at a restaurant where he encounters a waitress played by Amanda Seyfried. June Squibb portrays Goodman’s elderly, kooky Aunt Fishy.

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