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Amanda and the rest of the cast of Letters to Juliet attended the New York premiere of the movie at Tribeca Film Festival yesterday. She looked absolutely fabulous in a rockn’ roll classy way. Enjoy pictures from this in the gallery! We’ll be adding more throughout the day.

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Public Events > Events in 2010 > “Letters to Juliet” Premiere

Posted on Monday, April 26th, 2010 - filed under Gallery, Public Events.

Amanda is the cover girl of the May issue of Flare Canada, the photoshoot isn’t new but the interview is. Enjoy the scans in the gallery!

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Posted on Sunday, April 25th, 2010 - filed under Articles & Interviews, Gallery, Magazines.

Entertainment Weekly: Hollywood Insider talks to the director of Amanda’s newest project The Girl With the Red Riding Hood, Catherine Hardwicke, about the movie.

There is nothing director Catherine Hardwicke likes more than casting new talent. The woman responsible for propelling Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson’s careers into the stratosphere has now cast two unknowns in her upcoming project for Warner Bros., Red Riding Hood starring Amanda Seyfried. Shiloh Fernandez (pictured, top) will play Peter, the edgy bad boy from the wrong side of town who attracts Seyfried’s character, and Max Irons (pictured, bottom) will play Henry, the refined son of the wealthy blacksmithing family who is engaged to marry Seyfried. The final decision to cast the two teenagers competing for Seyfried’s affection came after Hardwicke held a two-day “smack-down” where she brought eight young actors to a Hollywood sound stage and had them compete for the part. “It was wild,” says the director, reminiscing about the 21 hours of tape she culled from the intense two-day try-out. “We had eight guys all competing with each other for two parts. They all read with Amanda and they also had to do fight scenes with each other. It was kinda good to get their aggression out.”

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Posted on Saturday, April 24th, 2010 - filed under "Red Riding Hood", Articles & Interviews, Movies & TV.

Amanda attended the Los Angeles premiere of Mother & Child yesterday. Enjoy pictures from this in the gallery! I’m really digging her dress.

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Public Events > Events in 2010 > “Mother and Child” Los Angeles Premiere

Posted on Tuesday, April 20th, 2010 - filed under Gallery, Public Events.

A new TV spot for Letters to Juliet has surfaced. Watch it below!

Posted on Friday, April 16th, 2010 - filed under "Letters to Juliet", Movies & TV, Videos.

Here’s a new interview Amanda did for Irish Times in which she talks about fame, her successful career and much more.

All of a sudden, Amanda Seyfried is everywhere, and ahead of her next film, which involves working with Glenn Close adn John Banville, she discusses picking roles, long-distance relationships and writing songs with Damien Rice

FOR SOME LUCKY young Hollywood actors, there comes a moment when they become suddenly ubiquitous: out of nowhere, it seems, they’re constantly in the cinemas, on magazine covers, in gossip columns – everywhere they are supposed to be, essentially, and all at once. The speed with which this can happen is a mystifying part of the star-making process, so who better to ask about how it occurs than the suddenly ubiquitous 24-year-old actor Amanda Seyfried, who in short order has appeared in the steamy thriller Chloe , this week’s weepy Dear John , and another romance, Letters to Juliet , due later this summer, as well as the recent Vanity Fair Young Hollywood spread. Surely she can shed light on how a star is born?

“The only reason people say I’m having a moment is because all these movies are coming out at the same time,” she says, twirling a finger through her long blonde hair as she considers how she has reached this point. “But that wasn’t my doing at all. I did these movies separately, there were two and three months between all these films, but they’re all coming out in a short window. It’s dumb luck in the beginning, picking these parts, then it has to become calculated – you have to establish yourself a bit, and then you have to get quite strategic, which can be a pain in the ass, choosing between projects. It’s nice people are recognising me, though.”

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Posted on Thursday, April 15th, 2010 - filed under Articles & Interviews.

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