admin • February 2,2010 • 1 Comment on Big Love Caps.

I’ve added caps from episodes 2.01 to 2.05 and Christine uploaded 4.04 caps. I’m sad that Amanda is gonna be gone from the show. It won’t be the same.






admin • February 2,2010 • 0 Comments

She sounds incredible.

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There are three additional clips on their website you can view them here.

Amanda: Who is your favorite on-screen romantic couple of all time? Claire Danes & Leonardo Dicaprio (Romeo and Juliet)

Amanda: Dog or Cat? Dog, I have one that is an Australian Shepherd named Finn.

Amanda: Is it harder to do a film adapted from a novel or a musical? Musical, because you have to sing and dance and you have to lip sync.

Amanda: If you can buy one thing everyone to own on the planet, what would it be? A good book. Some classic novel.

Amanda: If you could star in any musical with any singer, who would it be? Josh Groban

It’s not word for but I tried my best!

admin • February 2,2010 • 0 Comments

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!

admin • January 1,2010 • 0 Comments

Amanda and Channing looked adorable at Macy’s at Union Square yesterday, you can tell they’re really good friends.

admin • January 1,2010 • 0 Comments

And not the other way around.

Last night, the always-lovely Amanda Seyfried landed at LAX. Also touching down was Dear John co-star Channing Tatum.

We’ll assume they pair is in town to begin a promotion frenzy. We assume the film, an adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks novel, is a tear-jerker about the trials and tribulations and heartbreak involved in being really really painfully good-looking.

Luckily, Seyfried’s travels involved no lost luggage this time around!

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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.

Thanks, Hollywood.

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.

“Chan didn’t get much sleep last night because he’s working on a website devoted to expressing love,” said Seyfried, 24, who knitted a hat while answering questions alongside Tatum. “He’s reaching out to the public to share their love stories.”

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.

“You can put up a poem, a youtube video of yourself singing a song or a photo of yourself with ‘I love you’ written on your hand,” said Tatum, 29. “I don’t care what it is. I just want a venue for people to express themselves.”

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