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Mar. 04, 2011
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.”
Feb. 22, 2011
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.
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.
SOURCE: Yahoo! Movies
Feb. 21, 2011
Amanda Seyfried has admitted to being a big fan of her Now co-star, Justin Timberlake’s music.
The actress says the best part of the film’s shoot was was listening to Justin singing during breaks in filming.
Although she loved to hear Justin warbling away, she has no plans herself to revisist singing roles, such as the one she played in Mamma Mia!
You can see Amanda starring opposite JT when Now hits cinemas on October 28.
Feb. 20, 2011
That’s what the 25-year-old actress told Justin Timberlake during a phone interview…which she conducted naked.
Seyfried and Timberlake star together in Andrew Niccol’s upcoming sci-fi flick “Now.”
Since the trailer for director Catherine Hardwicke’s “Red Riding Hood” debuted, the blogosphere has been buzzing with comparisons between the film and the first “Twilight,” which was also directed by Hardwicke.
Critics have pointed to similar storylines of a love triangle, supernatural occurrences and gruesome murders.
Nov. 26, 2010
LOS ANGELES — Catherine Hardwicke understands impetuous teen heroines the way George Lucas reverse-engineers robot sidekicks. In March, the director of “Twilight” and “Thirteen” will unleash her newest troublemaker upon the world with a dark, sensuous spin on “Red Riding Hood.” The trailer for “Red Riding Hood,” which stars Amanda Seyfried in the title role, is playing with the new “Harry Potter” film. It got us wondering about what’s in store.
This Red Riding Hood isn’t so little. She’s a young woman, apparently caught in a love triangle.
Read more: http://www.sunherald.com/2010/11/26/2668460/a-dark-and-sexy-red-riding-hood.html
Nov. 23, 2010
Fans have been clamoring for information about the Catherine Hardwicke-helmed, Amanda Seyfried-starring “Red Riding Hood.” And when the film hits theaters next year, Seyfried promises it will be nothing like the story they heard as children. This tale is a lot, lot darker.
“‘Red Riding Hood’ is a classic fairy tale that we all know, and what fans can expect from this version of the story is that it’s basically just a jumping-off point. Catherine Hardwicke has just completely turned this story into something edgy and gothic and dark, and she’s clearly somebody that’s very capable of turning something, everything into an extraordinary world, as we’ve seen before,” Seyfried said about the film in an interview with “The Seven,” which premiered a trailer for the flick Tuesday (November 16).
“And also there’s a romance aspect to the film, which isn’t in the fairy tale … a lot of romance and a lot of danger,” she continued. “There’s a wolf at the center of the story, and it’s exciting ’cause it’s a whodunit.”
Sure, the fairy tale that the flick is based on is plenty scary, but Seyfried reveals that whatever frightening elements were there to begin with have gotten much more frightening under Hardwicke’s supervision, and thanks to a cast that includes Gary Oldman and Julie Christie.
“Fans will be surprised by the tone of the film,” she explained. “Catherine just completely throws it into this dark world, and it’s a little scarier than it was meant to be when it was written. We had this freedom to go far with it, so whatever preconceptions the audience has, they should throw it out the door.”
Oct. 12, 2010
Join the lovely Mark Webber (Stephen Stills in ‘Scott Pilgrim Vs The World’) on his constant quest for love.
Jun. 05, 2010
Letters to Juliet star Amanda Seyfried reveals the perils of the screen kiss.
May. 19, 2010
Seyfried answers reader’s questions in Dear Abby-style, dishing about what it’s like to be an up-and-comer in Hollywood, why she’ll never do a raw food diet again and what made her move from L.A. back to the East Coast.
Seyfried offers up advice on what to do when you have mixed feelings about something or someone who used to make you happy.
Seyfried is a 2003 William Allen High School grad who has had roles in “Mamma Mia!”, “Dear John” and “Letters to Juliet”, which opened May 14.
May. 14, 2010
Earlier this week, at an event following the Hollywood premiere of the new movie “Letters to Juliet,” actress Amanda Seyfried found herself under friendly fire. Besieged by back-slapping studio executives and adoring fans — all eager to congratulate her on her role as a young journalist who stumbles into love in Italy — she was pinned down in a restaurant banquette, graciously thanking and hugging admirers as they approached.
But what she really wanted to do was to leave her own party.