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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.

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Amanda Seyfried talks about chopping off all her hair, her sexy Skype dates with her BF and her even sexier lesbian love scene!

Amanda Seyfried graces the May cover of InStyle Hair sporting some seriously gorgeous cascading waves. But, this could be the last time we see Amanda with such luscious locks. Like Demi Moore in G.I. Jane before her, Amanda would make a drastic hair change. “I would chop [my hair] all off for a movie, but the role would have to be worth it,” she says.

We wonder if boyfriend Dominic Cooper whom she met on the set of Mamma Mia! would be supportive of such a change. Unfortunately, Amanda and Dominic are often in different places at once. “There’s nothing easy about it,” she admits. “We get on airplanes. You have to be willing to get on one, plain and simple.” But, what do they do when their schedules won’t let them visit? “We Skype – it’s boring, but it’s true. We don’t even sit in front of the computer,” she confesses. “The other day, I was cleaning, he was cleaning. We couldn’t see each other – we were just scrubbing away and talking like we were in the same room.”

Have you checked out Amanda’s steamy love scene with Julianne Moore in Chloe yet? Apparently it wasn’t so steamy to film “Love scenes are always awkward- even in real life they can be awkward,” Amanda says. “In a movie they’re just very technical. We were both nervous, so we laughed a lot. And then the scene turned out exactly the way we wanted it,” she says. We think she looked amazing in the movie but Amanda was a little more critical. “I keep thinking my lips were so big in that movie! My look was all lips and all hair.” Well, cherish that hair while you have it, Amanda. You might be chopping it off soon!

Once upon a time, it was taboo for an actress to acknowledge struggling with weight. When reporters asked your secret, said the unspoken code, the correct answers were: “I have a good metabolism,” or “I love to exercise!” or “I dropped the pounds chasing after my kids.” To this day, few actresses admit they’ve had slimming surgery or suffered eating disorders. But the pressure to look thin on camera is more extreme than ever. Now, actresses like Amanda Seyfried, 24, are suddenly breaking the silence and admitting that staying thin is a struggle.

Seyfried (who stars in Letters to Juliet, opening in May) admitted in a recent interview that she does “a hell of a lot of work” to stay thin. “I’m not going to deny that I don’t think about it every day, it’s always on my mind,” the Mamma Mia star said candidly. “I have to stay in shape because I’m an actress. It’s f—ked up and it’s twisted, but I wouldn’t get the roles otherwise.”

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Amanda Seyfried first gained notice in a supporting part in “Mean Girls” (2004) and held her own against Meryl Streep, Colin Firth and Pierce Brosnan in “Mamma Mia!” (2008).

Now you can call her a legitimate star. Within three months, she front-lined a movie, “Dear John,” that was No. 1 in the country, albeit briefly; she gave out an Oscar with Miley Cyrus at the Academy Awards; her acclaimed HBO series, “Big Love,” is still going strong; and she is now starring in Canadian auteur Atom Egoyan’s latest film, “Chloe.”

Seyfried, 24, plays the title character, a mentally unbalanced prostitute, and co-stars with Liam Neeson and Julianne Moore. The role requires nudity, maturity and real acting chops.

The Allentown, Pa., native recently stopped by San Francisco to chat.

Q: “Chloe” is a change of pace for you – a far cry from “Mamma Mia!”

A: I’d like to do more serious roles – it’s much more fun to play people you can’t relate to. I mean, I’ve been playing myself for six years, so it’s really good to play a different character.

Q: And yet, you are again the younger person in a film full of established, A-list legends. First Meryl Streep, Colin Firth, Pierce Brosnan in “Mamma,” now Liam Neeson and Julianne Moore in “Chloe.” Do you ever get intimidated around such stars?

A: Yes. I’m still intimidated by Meryl. Which is sad, because she doesn’t lend herself that way. She’s really super cool and smart and generous, but I don’t … I couldn’t really get over that. But with Julianne it was different because that’s when I started letting go of all that and felt that I was good enough, that I belonged. You have to feel good enough to be good enough.
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Here’s an exclusive interview Amanda did with movieweb.com about Chloe

Waking up to these photos has officially made my day great. How AMAZING does Amanda looking in these Esquire photos? WOW!

When it rains in L.A., no one blames anyone for anything. The sultry and gentle compact with nature is broken then, and everyone tries to just get by. So now that it’s been raining for five days, why worry that Amanda Seyfried looks a bit housebound, wearing a mopsy little hoodie, too-loose sweatpants, and a pair of underused running shoes? Hood up, zipped up, purse clamped to her side like a knitting bag, she peers from inside the getup, gives a tick of a smile. “It’s you,” she says, over the hiss of rain on the skin of the parking lot, offering her hand, small and cool as a teaspoon. Just then, she allows a glimpse of her eyes, or she gives it. Or you steal it. Who can say? The eyes demand an adjective; they beg for a simile.

In those first moments outside the crowded gourmet shop in the Hollywood Hills, Seyfried says nothing particular. It’s not that she has nothing to say. She can rev up the chatter engine when she wants to. It’s just that the plan had been to sit outside, so there’s a sigh and a kind of you-believe-this-shit nudge at the world before she sets out up the street, the eyes scanning the boulevard storefronts for a place to talk.

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Amanda Seyfried admits the start of her relationship with Dominic Cooper was “messy”.

The ‘Jennifer’s Body’ actress met the British actor on the set of ‘Mamma Mia!’ in 2007 and while she knew there was a huge attraction between the pair she wasn’t sure what would happen because he already had a long-term girlfriend, Joanna Carolan.

She said: “I fell for Dominic’s sense of humour. He’s just really, really funny and we fooled around so much during the rehearsals for ‘Mamma Mia!’ But it was messy because there was some overlap with his girlfriend who he’d been with for 12 years. I didn’t know how he was going to deal with that, so we went our separate ways and I began dating someone else.”

However, Dominic had decided to end his relationship and flew over to the US to win Amanda back.

She said: “Dominic flew over to Charleston, where I was filming ‘Dear John’, and he made sure I never saw that guy again.”

Despite being extremely happy with Dominic, Amanda says she has no plans to marry him.

She told Britain’s Glamour magazine: “As silly as it sounds, I’ve learned that you can’t have expectations about a relationship. It’s healthier that way. The things I worry about are the health of my family, where my career’s going and my dog, Finn – but not relationship.”

AMANDA Seyfried opens up about the year ahead in this revealing interview.

Do you feel 2010 is a big year for you, with the release of Dear John as well as Letters to Juliet and Atom Egoyan’s Chloe?

This year feels stressful, because I don’t have a project lined up — I don’t know what I’m doing work-wise. I just know that I’m promoting three movies until June and that’s hard. It’s a lot of pressure: A) Are they going to perform well? That has a lot to do with what you’re going to do next, sadly. B) How tired am I going to get? Am I going to get sick again? And C) It’s just non-stop talking about yourself.

What’s going on with your role on TV series Big Love?

I finished my last contracted season in December. Basically, I wanted to be free of commitment. In the middle of the year I’ll be done promoting everything, so I can totally come back, but only on my terms. I want to focus on movies — I missed out on some big opportunities and I think that’s why they were willing to let me go.

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I think this is the best interview I’ve ever seen come from Amanda. It’s down right hilarious. She talks about her “butt crack” scene in ‘Big Love’ and how her parents were sitting in the same room with her watching it and how she thought her boyfriend Dominic Cooper was gay.

This year there are two films based on Nicholas Sparks books hitting your local cinema. On Friday (February 4), fans can see Amanda Seyfried and Channing Tatum fall in love in “Dear John” and, come this March, Miley Cyrus will find love with Liam Hemsworth in “The Last Song.” So, are Seyfried and Tatum feeling a little competitive?

“If ‘The Last Song’ was coming out the same weekend as ‘Dear John,’ we’d have to collaborate on some sort of sabotage mission,” Seyfried joked.

But Tatum notes that there’s no reason for them to worry since the films are opening weeks apart, with “The Last Song” not hitting theaters until March 31. “No, not any more competition than all the rest of his movies coming out,” he said. “I think all his films are very, very separate from one another with one theme: love. We’re not competing for the same weekend.”

With that all cleared up, it seems obvious that fans will love “Dear John” for the same reasons they have flocked to the theaters for other Sparks films: The man knows a lot about love. “Look, he’s got, like, a magic wand when it comes to heartstrings,” Tatum said. “I think he’s a hopeless romantic himself and he just really loves writing about it in really sexy places and really sexy ways. Not to be cheesy or melodramatic — everyone wants to feel loved and that their love is special, and when they read about these once-in-a-lifetime sort of relationships and loves, it’s a great place to go away and escape.”

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  Movie: Lovelace
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