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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.

She told Total Film: “The best part was when Justin kept bursting into song on set. He’d just be mocking something but it’d sound beautiful. God, I love it when he opens his mouth that way.”

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!

Amanda explained: “It is just not happening. And if it does, I honestly don’t thing they could make something good. I don’t see the point in trying to stop it because Mamma Mia! was so sweet and positive and people love it – to try and do it again would be a big mistake.”

You can see Amanda starring opposite JT when Now hits cinemas on October 28.



Amanda Seyfried has a message for critics who say her upcoming “Little Red Riding Hood” feels an awful lot like “Twilight”: It’s totally different!

That’s what the 25-year-old actress told Justin Timberlake during a phone interview…which she conducted naked.

“I think I should mention that I’m not wearing any clothes,” Seyfried revealed to the singer in the March cover story in Interview magazine.

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.

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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.

Q: Where did the idea of sexing up this folk tale originate?

A: It came from Leonardo DiCaprio. He came up with the idea: “Wouldn’t it be cool to do a Gothic twist on Red Riding Hood, with the wolf being a werewolf, and just have a cool, sexy romantic thriller?” His company, Appian Way, commissioned David Leslie Johnson, who wrote “Orphan” with them, to write the screenplay.

Q: Where did you shoot this?

A: Vancouver. It’s mostly a stage build. We had to build the village from scratch. It’s our own created world. Our village has very muscular, heavy timber construction. All the buildings are raised up on stilts, and they have spikes because 1/8the people have3/8 lived in fear and paranoia for decades as they’ve been menaced by this wolf.

Read more: http://www.sunherald.com/2010/11/26/2668460/a-dark-and-sexy-red-riding-hood.html



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.”



Join the lovely Mark Webber (Stephen Stills in ‘Scott Pilgrim Vs The World’) on his constant quest for love.
In the first of a series of interviews, Mark uses the full wattage of his puppydog charm on Amanda Seyfried. Will our hero succeed?



Letters to Juliet star Amanda Seyfried reveals the perils of the screen kiss.



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.

“Well, first, for immediate gratification, eat some Ben & Jerry’s Phish Food,” Seyfried advises. “Then call someone who knows you. Not everybody is blessed with great parents, but I’ll call my best friend or sister or mother and get perspective. The things in your life that you usually enjoy aren’t supposed to make you more sad than not.”

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.



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.

“I’m so ready to go,” she sighed while eyeing the next group of people waiting to talk to her. It wasn’t that she was ungrateful for the attention, but rather that she was still rattled after a long day; before the premiere, she had taped an appearance on “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno, during which she said she had a panic attack. And it was clear that, hours later, she was still feeling anxious.

“I have realized that I hate going to the premieres of the movies that I’m in,” she whispered. “Because I feel this tension after the movie is over that everyone feels obligated to say something nice to you. It’s so unnatural and uncomfortable. You’re not sure if they’re saying it because they feel like they have to or because they genuinely feel that way.”

Read more at latimes.com



Amanda stopped by Live With Regis & Kelly this morning to promote ‘Letters To Juliet’.



All-American beauty Amanda Seyfried sparkles in her new romantic comedy, Letters to Juliet. (IN THEATRES TODAY!)
It’s 3 p.m. on a gorgeous sunny day in Los Angeles, and Amanda Seyfried is sitting at an outdoor café, wearing a light-blue long-sleeve button-down and shorts, her signature glamorously wavy blond hair peeking out from a mustard-yellow cable-knit cap that she made herself. In a bag on the table is a DIY dog-collar kit for Finn, her blue-eyed Australian shepherd who lies lazily at her feet. The actress isn’t hiding under huge sunglasses, sitting in a dark corner, or ignoring the passersby who stop to pet her adorable pup. (In fact, she’s chatting them up, making it difficult for anyone to get a word in edgewise.)

Amanda is the rare young star who has managed to continue to thrive in Hollywood despite having no background in anything remotely Disney or Nickelodeon, and in case you haven’t noticed, she’s having a moment. In the past year, the 24-year-old actress from Allentown, Pennsylvania, has hit a movie genre trifecta—Dear John, a Nicholas Sparks tearjerker; Chloe, an indie thriller; and this month’s rom-com Letters to Juliet. And beyond the occasional red carpet and the Oscars, where she presented alongside Miley Cyrus, the paparazzi have generally left her alone. The closest they’ve gotten are a few snaps of the actress with beau (and Mamma Mia! costar) Dominic Cooper, although one guy was daring enough to follow Amanda and Finn on a recent six-mile hike.

“I don’t really care about paparazzi—like, I’m not wearing makeup right now and I should be—but when someone follows me around on a day like that, a really wonderful, beautiful day . . .” she trails off. “Had I known he was there, I would have been really upset.” Amanda’s going to have to get used to it.

Read more at teenvogue.com





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