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Feb. 14, 2010
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.”
Feb. 03, 2010
Amanda Seyfried has revealed that filming her sex scene with Channing Tatum in Dear John was not, as the French say, le comfortable.
Seyfried plays Savannah Curtis, a “buttoned up conservative” gal who falls for Channing Tatum’s John Tyre, a soldier who is on leave.
That’s not the only love makin’ going on for the actress. Seyfried ups the ante in her upcoming film Chloe with Julianne Moore. She plays an escort girl who is hired by a wife, played by Moore, 49, to seduce her husband, played by Liam Neeson, who she suspects is cheating on her. Seyfried does ye olde lesbian kiss with Moore and shows off her naughty bits.
Feb. 03, 2010
The March issue, due out Tuesday, features Seyfried as part of a three-page pullout cover with other young actresses — Abbie Cornish, Carey Mulligan, Kristen Stewart, Evan Rachel Wood, Rebecca Hall, Anna Kendrick, Mia Wasikowska and Emma Stone. The photographer was the legendary Annie Leibovitz. The headline blares: ”A New Decade. A New Hollywood.”
This is the second time Seyfried has been on Vanity Fair’s cover. In August 2008, she was declared part of ”Hollywood’s New Wave” and appeared with Kristen Stewart, Blake Lively and Emma Roberts.
Seyfried stars in three movies opening over the next four months. The first, due out Friday, is ”Dear John,” a romance based on a Nicholas Sparks book about a college student who falls for a soldier.
Vanity Fair wrote of Seyfried:
Seyfried will be on ”Late Show with David Letterman” tonight to promote ”Dear John.”
Feb. 03, 2010
Teen.comTV posted videos of Channing TatumF and Amanda answering fan mail on their youtube channel.
Feb. 01, 2010
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Feb. 01, 2010
She was more dippy than mean in her 2004 film debut, Mean Girls, announcing vacantly that her breasts could predict the weather. But it took a most unlikely confection—the movie musical Mamma Mia!—for the world to see Amanda Seyfried in her full, dewy, wide-eyed loveliness. Since then she has become the go-to girl for modern fairy tales, including Lasse Hallström’s Dear John and the forthcoming Letters to Juliet. But watch for a 180-degree turn in this month’s Chloe, Atom Egoyan’s artsy sexual thriller, in which 24-year-old Seyfried plays the alluring, troubled complication in a failing marriage. Read more.
I love to see some of my favorite actresses with Amanda in the March issue of Vanity Fair. Amanda has done an issue with Kristen Stewart before and Emma Stone replaced Amanda in her upcoming movie Marmaduke. I’m glad to see Anna Kendrick and Evan Rachel Wood on there too!
Jan. 30, 2010
As if “The Notebook” didn’t already raise women’s romantic expectations high enough, now guys have to deal with “Dear John,” another romance flick based on a Nicholas Sparks novel, which features a more muscular, Abercrombie model-looking heartthrob in the male protagonist role.
Channing Tatum (or “Chan” as he introduced himself to me) plays John Tyree, a soldier who meets Savannah Curtis (Amanda Seyfried) when he jumps off a dock and into water to rescue her purse. The two instantly fall for each other and stay in touch when he’s away on duty by writing letters.
Like any other bitter male, I went into my interview with Tatum and Seyfried at their downtown hotel on Thursday hoping somewhat to find a flaw in Tatum. You know, so I could tell my female friends who swooned over him in the dancy-heavy “Step Up” films that he’s an arrogant jerk, a womanizer or, at the very least, a meathead.
Unfortunately, that plan backfired.
Tatum, who married his “Step-Up” co-star, Jenna Dewan, is hoping to get the website, postthelove.com, done before “Dear John” hits theaters Feb. 5.
Jan. 30, 2010
Just from looking at her, anyone can guess the answer to this question. But ask it anyway, man. You’re a professional!
Ms. Amanda Seyfried, star of Mamma Mia! and the new romantic tear-jerker Dear John, have you ever gotten a “Dear Amanda” letter?
She’s young. Give her time.
Letters are very much on Seyfried’s mind these days. Dear John is about a long distance romance between an Army Ranger and a college girl he met over spring break, a love kindled by letter writing. And Letters to Juliet, also starring Amanda and coming in May, is a lighter romance about a girl who discovers a “letter to Juliet” that lovers leave in the Verona courtyard where Shakespeare’s characters are thought to have lived, and sets out to find its author. Seyfried is just 24, and these movies have her believing she and her generation missed out on something.
One thing she isn’t struggling with is her career. A former child model turned screen ingénue (She made her film debut in Mean Girls), Seyfried studied and groomed herself for stage musicals (She was in Grease on Broadway), she could be pronounced a “charming discovery” by critics like Pete Hammond (Hollywood.com) when Mamma Mia! came out. But the girl had been prepping for that break-out. She sings in Dear John – no big surprise there. The novelty is that she accompanies herself on guitar and wrote the song herself.
Seyfried (pronounced SIGH-frid) is on the critically acclaimed cable TV polygamy drama Big Love. A film of Oscar Wilde’s A Woman of No Importance is in her future. And her present? Maybe a little less time online and a little more with pen in hand.
Jan. 28, 2010
Amanda Seyfried decided to quit Big Love because she felt the TV show’s producers weren’t maximizing her potential.
The actress shot to fame in 2006 after landing a lead role in the series as a member of a polygamous Mormon family – but she announced last month she will be leaving after the fourth season.
And Seyfried admits she made the decision so she can focus on landing more film roles that will allow her to show off her talents.
She tells Britain’s OK! magazine, “I was frustrated because I wasn’t really working that much on it and it was six months of my life. My career is going places and I wasn’t able to do the things I wanted to. And I had to live in L.A.”
Jan. 20, 2010
Over at Hollywood Outbreak, Amanda Seyfried sat down and did a short audio interview about Chloe and her other films. She said in Chloe, it shows a ‘ridiculously different side of the world’, also included is the trailer again, which can also be viewed a few post below. She also talks about the hardest parts of filming Dear John in a separate interview.