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    (CNN)Amanda Seyfried has described coming under pressure to appear in nude scenes when she was just 19 years old and starting out in show business. Seyfried, who has been nominated for an Emmy for her portrayal of disgraced entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes, was discussing the progression of her career in a wide-ranging interview with Porter. She said she now enjoys "a respect level that I have never felt so fully around me" and that is not down to her achievements but her age -- 36. The "Mamma Mia" star then recalled how she had emerged "pretty unscathed" from her early days in acting, despite having been put in some difficult situations. Intimacy coordinators are screen stars new BFFs. But what do they actually do?Seyfried said: "Being 19, walking around without my underwear on -- like, are you kidding me? How did I let that happen?Read More"Oh, I know why: I was 19 and I didn't want to upset anybody, and I wanted to keep my job. That's why."Her comments come as numerous actresses are lining up to defend the role...
    More On: amanda seyfried Mean Girls star revisits premiere dresses Amanda Seyfried isolating from husband after COVID-19 exposure Amanda Seyfried: Postpartum depression still ‘feels so hidden’ Amanda Seyfried pens tribute to late ‘Big Love’ co-star Bill Paxton Amanda Seyfried is the latest to admit she too is a victim of reality television’s favorite guilty pleasure. The Dropout actress went on air to chat with SiriusXM hosts Jess Cagle and Julia Cunningham about her thoughts on “The Bachelor”, detailing her complicated love for the hit ABC franchise. “God, I struggle with it more and more each year,” the Emmy-nominated Seyfried admitted. “This formula works, it does, but it hasn’t evolved quick enough for me to feel, you know, guilty-free when I watch it.” Although the actress clearly has some mixed feelings about the show’s progress, Seyfriend did give her stamp of approval to “The Bachelorette” for their major pivot this season, where they cast two Bachelorettes, Rachel Recchia and Gabby Windey, instead of one. “It’s the best thing they’ve ever done,” the Mama Mia actress declared....
    (CNN)Amanda Seyfried as Karen Smith in "Mean Girls " has a special place in the heart of pop culture.But the actress now says one of the most famous scenes from the 2004 film caused some uncomfortable moments for her.In a cover story with Marie Claire, Seyfried said she still gets recognized from the movie all these years later.Recognition she didn't love came from some male fans who would come up to her and reference the scene in which her character squeezes her breasts when discussing the weather."I always felt really grossed out by that," she says. "I was like 18 years old. It was just gross."Read More"Mean Girls" was Seyfried's breakthrough role. The film starred Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams and Lacey Chabert. The popular teen comedy was also adapted into a Broadway musical.
    HOLLYWOOD -- The rise and fall of Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes has been written about; it's been the subject of podcasts... and now it's the basis of a new Hulu TV series, "The Dropout." It stars Amanda Seyfried as Holmes, a woman once celebrated for her ground-breaking idea... but who was later convicted after duping investors. She claimed her company "Theranos" had technology that could detect diseases and conditions just from a few drops of blood.Naveen Andrews co-stars as the COO of her company... and her boyfriend... who was also indicted for fraud.Even after doing a deep-dive into this real life character, Seyfried says she's not sure she really knows who Holmes is."Does anybody? That's why she's so fascinating. I will be forever fascinated and curious," said Seyfried. "I think it's very fair and very kind to portray somebody before they've gotten into this kind of mess. Because we're just adding a little context, and everybody needs a little context. We're not like not excusing anything, it's like everybody starts somewhere!""They're human beings," said Andrews."Don't we all want to know...
    If you closely followed the saga of convicted fraudster Elizabeth Holmes, you're probably going to want to find out how to watch The Dropout starring Amanda Seyfried as the disgraced Theranos entrepreneur. The Dropout premieres on March 3, 2022 on Hulu, debuting the first three episodes of the series. The rest of the episodes will be released each Thursday at 3.01 a.m. ET / 12.01 a.m. PT. To stream Watch The Dropout on Hulu Now!The Dropout without cable, you'll need the basic Hulu subscription, which will only set you back $6.99 a month. But, if you're not ready just yet to commit to the streaming service (though we think you'll find it to be totally worth it), you can sign up for Watch The Dropout on Hulu Now!Hulu's free 30-day trial to watch the show—or at least most of it depending on when you start your trial. Stream ‘The Dropout’ on Hulu Free 30-Day Trial AvailableBuy at Hulu$6.99 The Dropout is already getting rave reviews by nuermous critics and plublishers, including The Daily Beast's own, Kevin Fallon,...
    First they think you’re crazy. Then they fight you. Then all of a sudden you change the world. Well, at the very least you become the fascination of a society gaga for stories about scammers, capture the interest of Hollywood, and become the subject of several extremely high-profile TV and film projects, at least one of which—Hulu’s new series The Dropout—we can now say is quite good. Those first three sentences were actually spoken by Elizabeth Holmes and are now an indelible part of her notoriety. Holmes is the disgraced founder of Theranos, a company that frantically deceived its way to a $9 billion valuation and turned her, the youngest self-made female billionaire, into a tech star and—this not hyperbole—a global savior. The promise was a revolutionary blood testing method that would use just one small finger prick; the reality was that, outside of the truth that this technology could be game-changing, it didn’t work and she and her company were massive frauds. But what makes Holmes such a captivating figure is that the first two sentences of that infamous...
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    The black turtleneck, the red lipstick, the baritone voice - Amanda Seyfried has Elizabeth Holmes' number in the first trailer for The Dropout, released Monday. Seyfried, 36, stars in the Hulu limited series alongside William H. Macy, Laurie Metcalf, Elizabeth Marvel, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Kate Burton, Stephen Fry, Michel Gill, Michael Ironside, Bill Irwin and Josh Pais, as the disgraced founder and CEO of Theranos.   The Dropout follows the ripped-from-the-headlines true crime tale of Elizabeth Holmes, who was once billed as Silicon Valley's next Steve Jobs, her rise to self-made billionaire status and her dramatic fall from grace for defrauding investors.   Spitting image: The black turtleneck, the red lipstick, the baritone voice - Amanda Seyfried has Elizabeth Holmes' number in the first trailer for The Dropout, released Monday 'The world works in certain ways until a new great idea comes along and changes everything,' Seyfried says in Holmes' much-discussed affected voice.   The trailer introduces audiences to Elizabeth Holmes and the birth of the idea for a single-drop at-home blood testing device that would go on to be the basis of her medical...
    Partway through The Dropout trailer, I found myself deeply disappointed. So profound was my grief that I Slacked my editor: “Amanda Seyfried is not doing The Voice.” How could anyone play Theranos founder and convicted fraudster Elizabeth Holmes without a full-throated embrace of her absurd faux-low drawl? Moments later, however, there it was—and I’ve never been more thrilled to be wrong. The Hulu drama, which premieres March 3, observes Holmes’ meteoric rise and catastrophic fall. The blood-testing startup founder, who dropped out of Stanford University to pursue her idea full time, was convicted on four out of 11 counts of fraud in federal court in January. She will be sentenced later this year. The Dropout, adapted from the podcast of the same name from Rebecca Jarvis and ABC Audio, appears to be part of a growing trend in television: shows about scam artists that involve thick accents. Apple’s WeCrashed finds Jared Leto adopting another funny accent to play WeWork founder Adam Neumann, and Julia Garner recently broke the internet with her strange Germanic drawl in the trailer for...
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    Amanda Seyfried paid a special visit to her hometown in eastern Pennsylvania last week. The 36-year-old actress, best known for her roles in "Mean Girls," "Mamma Mia," and "Jennifer's Body," happily reminisced in the halls of Allentown's William Allen High School. It was her first trip back since graduating in 2003. "On Friday we welcomed a very special alumni back to William Allen HS - Amanda Seyfried," the Allentown School District said on Facebook. "Amanda visited the school for the first time since 2003 and also brought her uncle (WAHS Class of '73) back for a trip down memory lane!" She is a mother of two children and has won a Satellite Award for Best Cast in Motion Picture for her role in the musical film "Les Miserables."
    HOLLYWOOD -- Amanda Seyfried and Finn Wittrock star in the new movie, "A Mouthful Of Air."They play a very loving couple. Watching the film, you will likely feel that love but you may also feel sadness and anxiety. That's because of one of two is just trying to cope with life.In the film, Seyfried plays a devoted wife, celebrated children's author and loving mother. She's so loving, in fact, I was convinced the one of the babies in the film was her own!"I would think that you're referring to a 45-minute take, yeah, which is so rarely do you get that time.," said Seyfried. "They just kept the camera rolling and our camera operator, he was just moving around. And for 45 minutes, I just sat with this baby."There are some beautiful moments here but it also tackles the depression of Amanda's character head-on and what that can do to a person and to a family."It's a very helpless feeling to not be able to be there for the person who's going through something like this, you know, and not...
    Oscar nominee Amanda Seyfried blasted the US healthcare system for ignoring new mothers' needs beyond childbirth while on Tuesday's episode of Late Night with Seth Meyers. The 35-year-old mother-of-two was promoting her role as Julie Davis in A Mouthful of Air author Amy Koppelman's big-screen adaptation of her own 2013 novel, which hits US theaters exclusively this Friday. The postpartum depression indie drama - critically panned by THR, LA Times, and Yahoo - also features Finn Wittrock, Jennifer Carpenter, Michael Gaston, Amy Irving, and Paul Giamatti.   Learned from experience: Oscar nominee Amanda Seyfried blasted the US healthcare system for ignoring new mothers' needs beyond childbirth while on Tuesday's episode of Late Night with Seth Meyers 'It reflects, really, how we talk about mental health in general and also how we treat mothers in the health care system, which is... we don't,' Amanda noted. 'As soon as you have a baby, you go home. And that's it. There's no fourth trimester check-ins. There's no, "Hey are you feeling okay?"' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Amanda Seyfried...
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    More On: amanda seyfried Amanda Seyfried spotted as Elizabeth Holmes on ‘The Dropout’ set Amanda Seyfried hid her pregnancy while filming ‘Mank’ Amanda Seyfried shares throwback pregnancy pic after secretly giving birth Amanda Seyfried secretly gave birth to her second child, a baby boy Amanda Seyfried took time out Friday night to honor her “Big Love” co-star Bill Paxton, who died of a post-surgery stroke in 2017 at the age of 61. “Bill and me,” Seyfried, 35, began her caption of a photo of the pair on-set of the former HBO series. “Sorting through the thousands of photos I’ve packed away over the years has been mostly fun but every once in a while I find one that brings me to my knees,” she continued. “I got so lucky to know this man and feel his bright, warm light so often while playing his daughter on Big Love. He was wonderful and so deeply loved and I miss him.” Paxton and Seyfried co-starred on the polygamy drama from 2006 to 2011. The late actor — who also...
    BATTLE OF THE VEGAN BURGERS: Beyond vs. Impossible vs. Real Beef! Who will win Serie A? Juventus favorites again in 2021-22 © Provided by People Amanda Seyfried/instagram Bill Paxton and Amanda Seyfried Amanda Seyfried is remembering her late Big Love costar Bill Paxton, four years after his death. The actress, 35, shared a touching tribute to her on-screen father on Friday, posting to a throwback photo of the pair on her Instagram. "Bill and me," she began in the caption. "Sorting through the thousands of photos I've packed away over the years has been mostly fun but every once in a while I find one that brings me to my knees." "I got so lucky to know this man and feel his bright, warm light so often while playing his daughter on Big Love," she continued. "He was wonderful and so deeply loved and I miss him." © Provided by People E. Charbonneau/WireImage Bill Paxton and Amanda Seyfried RELATED: From His Secret Passions to His Famous Roots: 13 Things You Never Knew About Bill Paxton Big Love starred Paxton...
    Amanda Seyfried was spotted for the first time on the set of the Hulu series “The Dropout,” in which she plays tech darling-turned-pariah Elizabeth Holmes. Seyfried, 35, was seen wearing a black turtleneck, loose-fitting navy pants, black socks, sandals and shades while on set Monday. She later traded in the turtleneck for a pink T-shirt while appearing to eat lunch on the go. Seyfried dons a black turtleneck as she plays "Steve Jobs wannabe" Holmes. P&P / MEGA Seyfried dons a black turtleneck as she plays "Steve Jobs wannabe" Holmes. P&P / MEGA Ad Up Next Close Michael Jai White reveals his oldest son died from COVID-19 months ago The "Spawn" actor said that his son, who had a... 2 View Slideshow Back Continue Share this: Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Flipboard WhatsApp Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Click to copy URL August 3, 2021 She was photographed with several crew members as well as...
    TikTok users have been sent into a frenzy by a woman with an uncanny resemblance to Hollywood A-lister Amanda Seyfried.   The Tunisian-born social media star Rou, who is in her 20s, boasts 118.6K followers and 3.8M likes on the platform after sharing her incredible likeness to the American actress.  Her most watched video, which has gathered over two million views, sees the double reply to a comment likening her to the actress by sharing comparison photos of the two of them.  Some users were adamant that they had stumbled across the real Amanda while they were scrolling through the app, with comments insisting Rou 'must be related' to the actress and calling the pair 'twins'.   @russsah Reply to @sweetlikehani since I get this every day ##fyp ##amandaseyfried ¿ LAY ALL YOUR LOVE ON ME - Owen Kelley Tunisian-born social media star Rou who is in her 20s, boasts 118.6K followers and 3.8M likes on TikTok after sharing her incredible likeness to American actress Amanda Seyfried The Mean Girls star and Hollywood A-lister is pictured during the 76th Venice Film Festival in Italy...
    Products that are worth spending more on Naomi Osaka showed up ready to pursue gold — and ready to face the media © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo TikTok users have been sent into a frenzy by a woman with an uncanny resemblance to Hollywood A-lister Amanda Seyfried.   The Tunisian-born social media star Rou, who is in her 20s, boasts 118.6K followers and 3.8M likes on the platform after sharing her incredible likeness to the American actress.  Her most watched video, which has gathered over two million views, sees the double reply to a comment likening her to the actress by sharing comparison photos of the two of them.  Some users were adamant that they had stumbled across the real Amanda while they were scrolling through the app, with comments insisting Rou 'must be related' to the actress and calling the pair 'twins'.   Full screen 1/3 SLIDES © Provided by Daily Mail 185001275 2/3 SLIDES © Provided by Daily Mail Her most watched video, which has gathered over two million views, sees the double...
    Amanda Seyfried's character, Catherine, in the new Netflix supernatural thriller, "Things Heard & Seen," not only must confront spirits occupying her upstate New York home but also dark secrets within her marriage.  The Oscar-nominated actress revealed playing someone who is going through such personal turmoil was "exhausting." "It is intense... a lot of the physical [stunts] that I have to do. But in terms of [emotions], it's a little exhausting but the truth is I know every part of this character," she explained to Fox News while promoting the film.  "It's one of the reasons I was attracted to the movie and to tell the story is because there was such an arc and it happened over the course of a couple of months. You get to explore all these different facets of this one woman in this marriage that's terrifying," Seyfried added. EVERYTHING COMING TO AND LEAVING NETFLIX IN MAY 2021 Her on-screen husband, James Norton, confirmed he did deep background preparation to play such a manipulative spouse.  "It was important because obviously [the character's past] was obviously contributing to his unraveling and he...
    Washington, April 26: Actor Amanda Seyfried, who is nominated for an Oscar for her role in Mank, arrived at the 93rd annual Academy Awards and brought the high-fashion glamour we expect from the movie’s biggest night. The first-time Oscar nominee looked elegant in a custom scarlet Giorgio Armani Prive strapless tulle ball gown, reported People magazine. She pulled her hair back into a low bun with classic finger waves, wore a crimson lip, and accessorized with simple drop earrings. The whole look appeared to be a nod to Mank, the film for which she’s nominated, which takes place in 1930s-era Hollywood. Viola Davis Looks Stunning in Flowing White Alexander McQueen Gown at Oscars 2021 (View Pics). Amanda Seyfried (Image source: Instagram) Seyfried, who’s up against Olivia Colman (The Father), Youn Yuh-jung (Minari), Maria Bakalova (Borat Subsequent Moviefilm), and Glenn Close (Hillbilly Elegy) for Best Supporting Actress for her role in ‘Mank’, joked during E!’s Oscars pre-show that it was surreal to be out in the world after a year of quarantine. Amanda Seyfried (Image...
    NEW YORK -- What's It About: 1930s Hollywood is reevaluated through the eyes of scathing wit and alcoholic screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz as he races to finish "Citizen Kane."Oscar Nominations: Best Picture, Best Director (David Fincher); Best Actor (Gary Oldman); Best Supporting Actress (Amanda Seyfried); Cinematography; Music (Original Score); Best Sound; Costume Design; Makeup and Hairstyling; Production DesignThe true story of old Hollywood about a screenwriter everyone called "Mank" has garnered the most Oscar nominations with 10.It won Oscars for best production design and cinematography.Amanda SeyfriedAmanda Seyfried, recognized for her supporting role as movie star Marion Davies, who was also the companion of the powerful newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst.Speaking from her home in the Catskills, Seyfried said her mother woke her up to let her know she'd been nominated."Just swung the door open and said, 'You got it,'" she said.WATCH: Amanda Seyfried says 'Mank' gives inside look at old HollywoodEMBED More News Videos In an interview with On the Red Carpet, Amanda Seyfried says "Mank" allows the audience to get to know someone they didn't know, referring to screenwriter...
    NEW YORK -- What's It About: 1930s Hollywood is reevaluated through the eyes of scathing wit and alcoholic screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz as he races to finish "Citizen Kane."Oscar Nominations: Best Picture, Best Director (David Fincher); Best Actor (Gary Oldman); Best Supporting Actress (Amanda Seyfried); Cinematography; Music (Original Score); Best Sound; Costume Design; Makeup and Hairstyling; Production DesignThe true story of old Hollywood about a screenwriter everyone called "Mank" has garnered the most Oscar nominations with 10.Amanda SeyfriedAmanda Seyfried, recognized for her supporting role as movie star Marion Davies, who was also the companion of the powerful newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst.Speaking from her home in the Catskills, Seyfried said her mother woke her up to let her know she'd been nominated."Just swung the door open and said, 'You got it,'" she said.WATCH: Amanda Seyfried says 'Mank' gives inside look at old HollywoodEMBED More News Videos In an interview with On the Red Carpet, Amanda Seyfried says "Mank" allows the audience to get to know someone they didn't know, referring to screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz. The star called the role...
    Amanda Seyfried wears Armani Privé at the Oscars on Sunday. Pool/Getty Images Amanda Seyfried attended the Oscars on Sunday in a red Armani Privé ball gown. The dress was strapless with a plunging, V-shaped neckline. The actress also wore diamond jewels and an updo hairstyle. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Amanda Seyfried stole the show on the 2021 Oscars red carpet. She arrived at the event on Sunday in a strapless red ball gown designed by Armani Privé. The dress had a plunging, V-shaped neckline that split the dress down the middle, and short ruffles across the top. The gown also rounded at her hips and extended into a floor-length pleated skirt. Amanda Seyfried at the 2021 Academy Awards. Pool/Getty Images Seyfried accessorized with gold and diamond Forevermark jewelry, an updo hairstyle, and burgundy lipstick. She was styled by Elizabeth Stewart. The actress is nominated this year in the best actress in a supporting role category for her role in "Mank." It marks the first time Seyfried been nominated for an Oscar. Representatives for Armani Privé...
    Supreme Court justices push back on allowing temporary immigrants to apply for green cards NASA Ingenuity video shows Mars helicopter making first flight on another world © Tristan Fewlings/Getty The Mean Girls actress is nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her performance as Marion Davies in Mank Amanda Seyfried is sharing her first Oscar nomination with her biggest fan. The actress, 35, who's nominated for Best Supporting Actress at this Sunday's Academy Awards for her performance as Golden Age film star Marion Davies in Mank, reveals to PEOPLE how much her dad's admiration means to her. "I get so much from his pride," the star, who was recently awarded the Montecito Award at the 36th annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival, says. "I want to share these wins with him. Set in Hollywood during the 1930s, Mank tells the story of screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz and his turbulent relationship with director Orson Welles as they co-wrote the script for Citizen Kane. Oldman plays Mankiewicz, known as Mank by those close to him, alongside Tom Burke as Orson Welles, and...
    While filming “Mank,” Amanda Seyfried had to keep mum about being a mum-to-be. Seyfried, 35, revealed it was tough shooting the film — which has been nominated for an impressive ten Oscars — while pregnant, telling Julianne Moore during a Vanity Fair Cocktail Hour, Live! chat on Thursday, “I’m so glad because I love my son but I was so ill.” “The weekend before one of the big scenes where actually I don’t have any lines … I thought that it was going to be a little easier [even] knowing that I was going to have to be in the makeup chair at 3:30 [a.m.] on one of the days,” she continued. But, “I was in bed the whole weekend thinking I don’t think I can do this. I can’t be sick and working with David Fincher and play Marion Davies at the same time.” The only person Seyfried confided in on set was costume designer Trish Summerville. “I’m four and a half weeks pregnant, I’m not supposed to say anything but I’m bloated and I can only eat cream...
    More On: amanda seyfried Amanda Seyfried shares throwback pregnancy pic after secretly giving birth Amanda Seyfried secretly gave birth to her second child, a baby boy Best star snaps of the week: Madonna, Amanda Seyfried and Bella Hadid Celebrities dress up for Met Gala 2020 at home While filming “Mank,” Amanda Seyfried had to keep mum about being a mum-to-be. Seyfried, 35, revealed it was tough shooting the film — which has been nominated for an impressive ten Oscars — while pregnant, telling Julianne Moore during a Vanity Fair Cocktail Hour, Live! chat on Thursday, “I’m so glad because I love my son but I was so ill.” “The weekend before one of the big scenes where actually I don’t have any lines … I thought that it was going to be a little easier [even] knowing that I was going to have to be in the makeup chair at 3:30 [a.m.] on one of the days,” she continued. But, “I was in bed the whole weekend thinking I don’t think I can do this. I can’t be sick...
    NEW YORK -- A real story of old Hollywood, about a screenwriter everyone called "Mank," has garnered the most Oscar nominations with 10.It's up for Best Picture, but also honored with a nod was Amanda Seyfried, recognized for her supporting role as a movie star Marion Davies, who was also the mistress of the powerful newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst.Speaking from her home in the Catskills, Seyfried said her mother woke her up to let her know she'd been nominated."Just swung the door open and said, 'You got it,'" she said.The star calls the role "a turning point."RELATED | Oscar-nominated 'Feeling Through' breaks barriers with deaf-blind leadEMBED More News Videos "Feeling Through" is the first movie ever to feature a man who is both deaf and blind in the lead role. It was made on the streets of New York City, with the help of the Helen Keller National Center. In real life, Herman Mankiewicz and Davies both came from New York City, and though she reached the heights of Hollywood, Davies never lost her Brooklyn accent.For Seyfried, that meant...
    Amanda Seyfried. Angela Weiss/Getty Seyfried says her body goes into "fight or flight" when she has anxiety. "The endorphin rush and the dump that happens after the panic attack is so extraordinary," she said. The Oscar nominee says her home life on a farm helps her mental health. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Oscar-nominated actress Amanda Seyfried says she struggles with showing people she's "normal" despite being famous. In fact, the "Mean Girls" star admits it has led to anxiety and panic attacks that feel like "life or death." "That's what a panic attack is, really," Seyfried told Willie Geist on Sunday's episode of "The Today Show." "Your body just goes into fight or flight. The endorphin rush and the dump that happens after the panic attack is so extraordinary. You just feel so relieved and your body is just kind of recovered in a way. It's so bizarre because it's physiological, but it starts in your head." Amanda Seyfried stars as actress Marion Davies in "Mank." Netflix Seyfried, 35, has been famous most...
    10 deals you don’t want to miss on Sunday: $7 Kasa smart plugs, $72 2K camera drone, Fire TV Stick 4K, Echo Show 10, more This is surreal: Warriors guest PA announcer Aaron Taylor shines, shares moment with Steph Curry © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo Amanda Seyfried's baby son made an appearance during an interview with Willie Geist for Today on Sunday. The Mank actress was in the middle of a conversation about her home life when she was handed her child, whom she greeted with visible enthusiasm. The 35-year-old's mood noticeably changed when she began to hold her son, leading Geist to remark, 'Oh my god, what a cute guy.'  © Provided by Daily Mail Special guest: Amanda Seyfried's baby son made a surprise appearance during a interview with Willie Geist for Sunday's episode of Today Before she was handed her second child, Seyfried discussed the advantages of living on an isolated farm and spending more time with her family during their period of quarantine. The Mean Girls actress expressed, 'there's some benefits, and there's some...
    Netflix’s new movie “Things Heard & Seen” looks chilling. The plot of the film, according to Netflix’s PR site, is, “A Manhattan couple moves to a historic hamlet in the Hudson Valley and come to discover that their marriage has a sinister darkness, one that rivals their new home’s history. Based on the acclaimed novel by Elizabeth Brundage.” (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) Judging from the trailer, the film is going to be incredibly dark and sinister. Give it a watch below. While I’m not huge into horror films, “Things Heard & Seen” looks right up my aisle. It seems like it’s more of a psychological thriller that deals with the paranormal. Yeah, you can go ahead and sign me up immediately for this one.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Amanda Seyfried???? (@mingey) Plus, Amanda Seyfried is a very strong acting talent. While I haven’t seen a ton of her stuff, I’ve seen enough of it to know she can carry a movie. There are...
    10 Zara Items You Can Score For $50 Or Less Right Now Has Evan Mobley or Jalen Suggs shaken up No. 1 pick debate with NCAA tourney runs? The show must go on. Amanda Seyfried is stepping in as Kate McKinnon's replacement on Hulu's upcoming Elizabeth Holmes drama, PEOPLE confirms. © Provided by People Daniele Venturelli/WireImage; George Pimentel/WireImage The Academy Award nominee, 35, will both star in and produce the limited series, titled The Dropout. Created by Taylor Dunn, Rebecca Jarvis and Victoria Thompson, the show follows businesswoman Elizabeth Holmes as she creates her controversial medical company, Theranos, after dropping out of Stanford University.  Seyfried's casting comes one month after McKinnon, 37, departed the project after signing on in April 2019. The Saturday Night Live star was also supposed to serve as an executive producer.  The comedic actress is gearing up to star in and produce a series based on Tiger King's Joe Exotic for NBCUniversal, however. She will play Joe Exotic's nemesis Carole Baskin.  RELATED: Meet The Inventor Elizabeth Holmes: The Woman Accused of Scamming Silicon Valley for...
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    AWARDS season continued tonight as the 2021 Critics' Choice Awards arrived, and while most stars couldn't be there in person, they still brought the best in style and showed off their looks. From Hollywood notables Amanda Seyfried and Gal Gadot to music superstar H.E.R, these famous faces were ready to still shine. 3Amanda Seyfried was more than ready for the Critics' Choice AwardsCredit: Instagram 3So was Wonder Woman, Gal GadotCredit: Instagram Amanda, 35, made sure to bring her best as she looked nothing but glam in diamond-infused top, a bow-tie and some sleek black trousers. The star had her hair pulled back as she stood and posed in a stunning photo. Wonder Woman herself, 35, rocked some ruffles and reminded people everywhere why she's the heroine she is. Gal, who had her hair tied back, had some navy blue pants to top it all off. 3Orlando Bloom was looking dapper! Hitmaker H.E.R stunned as well in a floral-printed blazer with matching pants, as she wrote, "chosen one... million dollar diamonds and miu miu hunna." Katy Perry's fiancé Orlando Bloom, 44,...
    Amanda Seyfried wore a custom gown to the 2021 Golden Globes. Marcus Mam/Sunshine Sachs Amanda Seyfried wore a custom Oscar de la Renta gown to the 2021 Golden Globes on Sunday. Her stylist, Elizabeth Stewart, told People the dress actually went missing for 36 hours. Stewart said an Oscar de la Renta employee had to drive to a FedEx hub to find the dress. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Amanda Seyfried almost didn't have a dress to wear at the 2021 Golden Globes. The actress, who was nominated for her role in "Mank," wore a custom Oscar de la Renta gown on Sunday. The neckline of Seyfried's coral-colored dress was made up of handmade silk-taffeta flowers that were inspired by Savannah, Georgia, which is the location where she was tuning in to the awards show. She paired the gown with Forever Mark jewelry, a Jaeger-LeCoultre watch, and Stuart Weitzman heels. Seyfried was arguably one of the best-dressed celebrities of the night, but her stylist, Elizabeth Stewart, told People that the stunning look almost didn't come together in time. ...
    Amanda Seyfried, Angela Bassett, and Margot Robbie attended the 2021 Golden Globes on February 28. Marcus Mama/Sunshine Sachs/Todd Williamson/NBC/Getty Images The 78th annual Golden Globe Awards took place on Sunday.  Nominees and attendees like Amanda Seyfried and Elle Fanning were among the night's best dressed. Some standout trends included statement sleeves and fun colors.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Awards season kicked off on Sunday with the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards. It's the first time the awards show has ever been bicoastal, with Tina Fey hosting from The Rainbow Room in New York City and Amy Poehler at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.  Whether they were there virtually or in person, celebrities like Amanda Seyfried and Elle Fanning looked amazing in Oscar de la Renta and Gucci, respectively.  Here's a look at what stars wore to this year's show.
    By LINDSEY BAHR, AP Film Writer Amanda Seyfried has one big regret about “ Mank.” Yes, the David Fincher film about “Citizen Kane” screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz has earned her some of the best marks of her career and made her, for the first time, a top awards contender. Yes, her performance has helped reframe the narrative around silent movie star Marion Davies. Yes, she has even been able to push aside her self-deprecating nature and publicly admit that she’s proud of her work. But her father never got to come to the set. And it breaks her heart. Classic movies are Jack Seyfried’s entire world. When she got the role, part of her was just excited to share in something he loves. He’s not just a casual Turner Classic Movies watcher (although the television is usually turned to the channel). He is an old Hollywood die-hard. Growing up, Seyfried said, there were projectors and nitrate films and reels “everywhere.” “Every night after seven o’clock, the floor would be shaking. The whole house would rumble with the noise of the...
    Amanda Seyfried has one big regret about “ Mank.” Yes, the David Fincher film about “Citizen Kane” screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz has earned her some of the best marks of her career and made her, for the first time, a top awards contender. Yes, her performance has helped reframe the narrative around silent movie star Marion Davies. Yes, she has even been able to push aside her self-deprecating nature and publicly admit that she’s proud of her work. But her father never got to come to the set. And it breaks her heart. Classic movies are Jack Seyfried’s entire world. When she got the role, part of her was just excited to share in something he loves. He’s not just a casual Turner Classic Movies watcher (although the television is usually turned to the channel). He is an old Hollywood die-hard. Growing up, Seyfried said, there were projectors and nitrate films and reels “everywhere.” “Every night after seven o’clock, the floor would be shaking. The whole house would rumble with the noise of the projector and the 60mm films,...
    Objects of Desire: The 10 Coolest Tech Gadgets You Can Buy in 2021 Australian Rules: Collingwood promise change after review finds systemic racism at club Amanda Seyfried says she has nightmares about her Les Misérables performance © Universal Pictures Amanda Seyfried played Cosette in "Les Misérables." Universal Pictures Amanda Seyfried said she "regrets" her role as Cosette in "Les Misérables." She told Vanessa Kirby she thinks her singing in the movie was "weak" and has "nightmares" about it. Seyfried said she could play Cosette now as she has worked "diligently" to improve her singing. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Amanda Seyfried says she still has "nightmares" about her performance in "Les Misérables" and wishes she could "redo" the role today. Seyfried was talking with "The Crown" alumni Vanessa Kirby for Variety's "Actors on Actors" series, and Seyfried told Kirby she regrets her performance as Cosette in the Oscar-winning movie - an adaption of the world-famous stage musical. "I have had a lot of moments where I just felt complete regret. I wish I could redo 'Les...
    Amanda Seyfried played Cosette in "Les Misérables." Universal Pictures Amanda Seyfried said she "regrets" her role as Cosette in "Les Misérables." She told Vanessa Kirby she thinks her singing in the movie was "weak" and has "nightmares" about it. Seyfried said she could play Cosette now as she has worked "diligently" to improve her singing. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Amanda Seyfried says she still has "nightmares" about her performance in "Les Misérables" and wishes she could "redo" the role today. Seyfried was talking with "The Crown" alumni Vanessa Kirby for Variety's "Actors on Actors" series, and Seyfried told Kirby she regrets her performance as Cosette in the Oscar-winning movie — an adaption of the world-famous stage musical. "I have had a lot of moments where I just felt complete regret. I wish I could redo 'Les Misérables' completely because the live singing aspect, I still have nightmares about it," Seyfried said.  Amanda Seyfried. Pascal Le Segretain/Getty The actress, who has also sung in "Mamma Mia!" and its sequel, said her voice wasn't as...
    Smart Ways to Make Your Small Bathroom Feel So Much Bigger 2021 NFL coaching carousel: Tracking the latest firings, hirings, interviews Oscar contenders Tom Holland, Amanda Seyfried, more join EWs The Awardist We still don't know yet what the 2021 Oscars will look like, exactly, but one thing we can be sure of: They won't be short on talent. © Provided by Entertainment Weekly Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images; Tristan Fewings/Getty Images; Dave Benett/Getty Images As this unpredictable, expanded awards season, progressing as COVID-19 continues to surge around the globe, officially kicks off (SAG and Golden Globe nomination voting begins this week), EW returns with our new, bigger-than-ever edition of The Awardist. This year, we'll welcome nearly two dozen contenders for in-depth conversations on their films and careers. From Oscar-winning veterans returning with new career bests, like Ammonite's Kate Winslet and Da 5 Bloods's Spike Lee, to thrilling breakout turns from potential first-time nominees, including Cherry's Tom Holland, Mank's Amanda Seyfried, and Judas and the Black Messiah's Dominique Fishback, The Awardist will present the wide swath of great work put on...
    Actress Amanda Seyfried has recalled the time when she became obsessed with ghost stories. Seyfried, incidentally, was a big fan of the “Scooby-Doo” cartoons as a child, reports contactmusic.com. “I became really obsessed with ghost stories when I was young, so my first memory is how comfortable and safe I felt exploring those tales,” she said. “It was an opportunity to let my imagination go wild and the ‘Scooby-Doo’ group really made me feel like it was exciting and safe to do so along with them. I watched it all the time,” she added. Amanda Seyfried Welcomes Second Child With Husband Thomas Sadoski, Shares the First Glimpse of the Baby Boy in Daddy’s Arms (View Pic) The actress, now 34 years old, is one of the voice cast members of the film “Scoob!” She thinks it will be a “memorable” moment for her three-year-old Nina, who she has with husband Thomas Sadoski, to realise her mom is in the animated film. She believes her child will connect with her character Daphne. “She (Nina) is gonna love it. We’re going to...
    Chuck Yeager, first pilot to break the sound barrier, dies at 97 Alaska officials call off search for 2 people lost in Haines mudslide, citing ongoing rain and safety concerns Amanda Seyfried turned down a lead role in Guardians of the Galaxy because she thought it may bomb © Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images, Marvel Studios Amanda Seyfried turned down playing Gamora in "Guardians of the Galaxy." Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images, Marvel Studios Amanda Seyfried ("Mank") turned down playing Gamora in "Guardians of the Galaxy." The actress told The Hollywood Reporter's Awards Chatter podcast she didn't think anyone wanted to see a movie "about a talking tree and a raccoon." Seyfried also said if you're a star and a giant film bombs, "Hollywood does not forgive you." "GotG" grossed over $772 million worldwide at the box office in 2014. A third film is currently in the works. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Amanda Seyfried said she turned down a lead role in 2014's hit "Guardians of the Galaxy" because, at the time, she wasn't sure it would be a...
    Amanda Seyfried turned down playing Gamora in "Guardians of the Galaxy." Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images, Marvel Studios Amanda Seyfried ("Mank") turned down playing Gamora in "Guardians of the Galaxy." The actress told The Hollywood Reporter's Awards Chatter podcast she didn't think anyone wanted to see a movie "about a talking tree and a raccoon." Seyfried also said if you're a star and a giant film bombs, "Hollywood does not forgive you." "GotG" grossed over $772 million worldwide at the box office in 2014. A third film is currently in the works. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Amanda Seyfried said she turned down a lead role in 2014's hit "Guardians of the Galaxy" because, at the time, she wasn't sure it would be a success and in Hollywood she knew that could make or break an actor. "I didn't want to be part of the first Marvel movie that bombed," Seyfried said on The Hollywood Reporter's Awards Chatter podcast on Friday. "I said, 'Who wants to see a movie about a talking tree and a raccoon?' Which is...
    Amanda Seyfried celebrates her birthday today and it’s time we take a look at her sartorial offerings. The Mean Girls actress is a red carpet darling who weaves magic with all her appearances. Chic, charming and utterly sophisticated are some of the words that best describe her style preferences. A stunner who’s born to rule our hearts, she carefully navigates her way through her multiple offerings while we get mesmerised every time. She never disappoints when it comes to her choices and believes in nailing all her outings. Amanda Seyfried Welcomes Second Child With Husband Thomas Sadoski, Shares the First Glimpse of the Baby Boy in Daddy’s Arms (View Pic). For someone who made Anne Hathaway change her outfit for the evening, Amanda’s a name we admire. Her style statements have evolved with time and yet the alluring factor in it is intact. She struts in style while dropping some major style bombs on us and her love for elegance cannot be even. Every time Amanda decides to step out of her residence, she vows to take streets by storm...
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