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Justin Timberlake had an unusual stipulation in his contract for his upcoming film “In Time” with Amanda Seyfried.

“I have a clause in my contract that says if you put someone as beautiful as Amanda in the movie, I have to fall in love with her,” the actor joked at a press conference during Comic-Con.

In the sci-fi thriller — which hits theaters in October — the duo is on the run after Timberlake’s character is accused of murder.

Although they spent a lot of time together during the filming of the movie, they also spent a lot of time with each other off-camera, as well.

“There are a lot of guns [in the movie], which we both really enjoyed,” Seyfried revealed at Comic-Con. “We sometimes went shooting after hours.”

In regards to Timberlake’s other leading lady, Olivia Wilde, the actor-singer had a little bit of trouble working alongside her.

“It was a mind trip for me,” he said of the newly-single actress, who plays his mother in the film. “Olivia is two or three years younger than me, so to have her playing my mother was definitely a head trip.”

Timberlake was reportedly romantically linked to Wilde back in April, but the “House” star took to Twitter to dispel any rumors, saying that the pair’s relationship is strictly platonic.



THE Red Riding Hood star has the world at her feet, writes Lisa Marks

Amanda Seyfried is young and beautiful, with deep, soulful eyes that are as round as saucers. Petite, and wearing a gorgeous black and white Missoni dress, the actress looks like she could melt a thousand hearts with a bat of an eyelid.

But Amanda’s the first to admit she’s just as lucky, and unlucky, in love as the rest of us.

The 25-year-old was in a relationship with her Mamma Mia co-star Dominic Cooper for two years, and, after meeting at Kate Hudson’s Halloween party last October, she’s been dating Reese Witherspoon’s ex-husband Ryan Phillipe. (She’ll only say that she’s been “seen” with him).

You’d be forgiven for thinking that her life is a modern-day fairytale — just like Red Riding Hood, her latest movie. But the softly-spoken blonde reveals that she’s still finding her feet when it comes to dating.

“Relationships are hard,” she says decisively. “It’s hard to find a good partner, and the older I get, the more I realise how hard it is to find the right person.”

She pauses to reflect before adding. “Also my brain is developing. I’m still figuring out what I need, and what I want from a relationship, particularly because I have such a busy lifestyle.”

Of course, having shot to fame in Mamma Mia, she’s now under scrutiny everywhere she goes — which means that she’s become accustomed to people talking about her.

“Any actor, no matter how young or old, if you’re in the public eye, people will judge you and your relationships,” she sighs. “They are going to judge who you are with, and why, and how long. People will have opinions about it, so that’s hard, especially if it’s someone you care about.”

Red Riding Hood is director Catherine Hardwicke’s dramatic vision of the fairytale, and also stars Gary Oldman and Julie Christie. But, thanks to her red cape and flowing locks, Amanda’s character Valerie steals the show as the feisty village girl who breaks boy’s hearts. Some of the love scenes are much racier than you may remember and that’s thanks in part to the mysterious, brooding Peter, played by Shiloh Fernandez, and eager-to-please Henry, played by Jeremy Irons’ son, Max.

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Petite, and wearing a gorgeous black and white Missoni dress, the actress looks like she could melt a thousand hearts with the bat of an eyelid. But Seyfried is the first to admit that she’s just as lucky, and unlucky, in love as the rest of us.

The 25-year-old was in a relationship with her Mamma Mia co-star Dominic Cooper for two years and, after meeting at Kate Hudson’s Halloween party last October, she’s been spotted in the company of actor Ryan Phillippe (she’ll only say that she’s been “seen” with him).

You’d be forgiven for thinking that her life is a modern-day fairytale just like Red Riding Hood, her latest movie.

But the softly spoken Pennsylvanian blonde reveals that she’s still finding her feet when it comes to dating.

“Relationships are hard,” she says decisively. “It’s hard to find a good partner and, the older I get, the more I realise how hard it is to find the right person.”

She pauses for a moment to reflect before adding: “Also, my brain is developing. I’m still figuring out what I need and what I want from a relationship, particularly because I have such a busy lifestyle.”

Of course, having shot to fame in Mamma Mia, she’s now under scrutiny everywhere she goes, which means that she’s become accustomed to people talking about her.

“Any actor, no matter how young or old, if you’re in the public eye, people will judge you and your relationships,” she sighs.

“They are going to judge who you are with, and why, and how long. People will have opinions about it so that’s hard, especially if it’s someone you care about.”

Read more @ Adelaide



LOOKING at Amanda Seyfried, one is inclined to recall an iconic line from the classic fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood.

“My, what big eyes you have,” one thinks while gazing into her doe eyes from across a table swamped by journalists.

But don’t let the American actress’ pale blue peepers fool you, innocent though they may seem.

Sure, the 25-year-old, who stars in the cinematic reimagining of the familiar story, has carved a reputation for being a good girl.

Not only does she not party wildly like the Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton crew, but she’s also made her name through tame, girl-next-door roles in movies like drama Dear John (2010), chick flick Letters to Juliet (2010), and Mamma Mia! (2008).

But the lass has an edgy side.

“I’d love to play a bad girl,” she said during an interview at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles last Thursday, eyes twinkling mischievously.

“(The movie) Chloe was really the only one where I ventured into that territory… I’d love to play somebody’s archnemesis.”

Seyfried – a former child model who started out acting in soap operas like All My Children and As The World Turns – played the eponymous character, an escort, in that 2009 erotic thriller which also starred Liam Neeson and Julianne Moore.

In real life, too, the Pennsylvania native is obviously racier than one might think. When asked about her favourite French word, she effortlessly rattles off an unprintable sentence about oral sex.

“It sounds beautiful. My exboyfriend taught me that,” Seyfried said while muffling a giggle with one hand.

Read more of the interview here.



Amanda made an appearance on “Live with Regis and Kelly” last Wednesday (March 9th) to promote “Red Riding Hood.” She talked about filming with Justin Timberlake, the last episode of Big Love, and Colin Firth at the Oscars! Here are over 200 captures of the interview and video!



Check out these amazing black and white photos of Amanda in the upcoming issue of Elle Magazine on newsstands March 22nd! Interview snippet is below!

On her outspoken personality: “I talk like I know what I’m saying, but I don’t.”

On being honest with herself: “I like the freedom of being exactly who I am. And that’s gotten me into trouble.”

On being told she needed to get botox: “I was like, Damn you! But we’re in Hollywood. I’m on a huge screen. With these new digital cameras, you can see the peach fuzz on my face.”

On being fired from her first-ever acting gig: “I was bad, I was really bad.”

On her love of the romantic comedies: “I don’t think I’m being very ‘artistic’ when I do them, but I’m not doing it for that reason. Romantic comedies make me happy. I watch Love Actually every Christmas.”

Read more on Elle.com



Amanda Seyfriend has revealed that she believes Leonardo DiCaprio is like a younger Robert De Niro.

Seyfried spoke to Access Hollywood about her upcoming film Red Riding Hood, stating that the cast and crew often found themselves starstruck by DiCaprio, one of the movie’s producers.

“When [DiCaprio] came to visit there was a weird tension on set,” Seyfried said. “Everybody was whispering, ‘He’s here! He’s here!’

“You know, he’s like a godfather. He’s like De Niro to the younger generation of actors.”

Seyfried also revealed that DiCaprio played a large role in casting the film.

“He was a big part of the casting process, which is good because his input is always wanted,” she said. “He’s been working for a long time and he makes great choices.”



Here is a video and captures of Amanda backstage of Red Riding Hood set giving an exclusive interview to ET.



With the fifth and final season of “Big Love” coming to a close (there are only three episodes left, to be exact), fans of HBO’s off-kilter — and ground-breaking — polygamy drama are gearing up to say goodbye to Bill Henrickson (Bill Paxton) and his entire brood. And while viewers must part ways with the extended Henrickson clan, it seems some of the cast plans to stay something of a family, even after the show has gone off the air.

When MTV News caught up with Amanda Seyfried, who played defiant daughter Sarah Henrickson on the Emmy-nominated series for four seasons, she told us letting go of the show wasn’t too tough for her.

“I already dealt with the goodbyes. I’m cool,” said Seyfried, who is promoting her latest film, the fairy-tale adaptation “Red Riding Hood.” Turns out, the 25-year-old star was already close, in proximity or otherwise, with some of the show’s cast and crew.

“I live right next door to Jeanne Tripplehorn and very close to Ginny [Ginnifer] Goodwin. My best friend, who’s the producer of the show, lives down the street,” Seyfried said, adding, “My brother on the show [Douglas Smith] is like my brother in real life. [They] are already incorporated into my life, so I’m not that sad.”

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Amanda Seyfried will find returning to London “difficult”.

The ‘Red Riding Hood’ actress hasn’t been to the UK since splitting from boyfriend Dominic Cooper in May 2010 after three years together, and though she loves “easy” life in Britain, she is worried about visiting.

She said: “I haven’t been back to London since before we split. It’s tough. I need to get back. But it’s hard when your relationship starts there and then goes on for three years.

“It’ll be difficult to go back but I love it. Oh god, it just feels so easy to be there. You don’t have to watch yourself all the time.”

Amanda – who was most recently romantically linked to actor Ryan Phillippe – also revealed she no longer feels uncomfortable watching raunchy film footage of herself with her family because she knows she isn’t like that all the time.

She explained: “I can turn my sexuality on and off. It doesn’t exist in everyday situations. I don’t really think about it then, but there are certain situations where I will make myself be aware of it. Just to keep myself in check.”

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  Movie: Lovelace
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