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Amanda Seyfried Stuns in Backless Oscar de la Renta Dress at Golden Globes 2021

Amanda Seyfried reveals her showstopping gown in this gorgeous image for the 2021 Golden Globes on Sunday night (February 28) from her home in Los Angeles.

The 35-year-old actress stunned in her Oscar de la Renta gown and Forevermark jewelry.

Amanda completed her look with a Jaeger‑LeCoultre watch, Stuart Weitzman shoes and makeup by Lancôme.

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Amanda Seyfried for the 2021 Golden Globes

Amanda is nominated at the annual award ceremony for her role as Marion Davies in Mank.

Mank also picked up five other nominations, including Best Drama Movie and Best Director. Stay tuned to see if they win!

The 2021 Golden Globes, hosted bi-coastally by Amy Poehler and Tina Fey, air tonight @ 8/7c on NBC.

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Amanda Seyfried Wants A Re-Do For One Of Her Iconic Roles

Amanda Seyfried is reflecting on her role in Les Miserables.

In conversation with Vanessa Kirby for Variety‘s Actors on Actors, the 35-year-old actress revealed that her role as Cosette is the one she’d like to redo again.

“I wish I could redo Les Miz completely,” Amanda confessed. “Because the whole live singing aspect just — I still have nightmares about it.”

She admits that for that particular performance she didn’t feel she had a voice that was “as strong as it needs to be.”

“I was very weak. I can’t — such a regret!” she added.

Since the movie’s debut in 2012, Amanda has continued to work on her voice so she can “have some kind of stamina, and working on my vibrato, which was just completely lost.”

“I feel like I definitely could play Cosette now,” Amanda declared.

Amanda just recently welcomed her second child with husband Thomas Sadoski.

Here’s what she said about giving birth during a pandemic…

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Amanda Seyfried Details Dog Finn's Friendship with Baby Duck - Watch!

Amanda Seyfried is loving life on the farm!

The 35-year-old actress appeared on The Kelly Clarkson Show on Monday (January 11) for a virtual interview.

During her interview, Amanda revealed that her beloved Aussie-Border Collie mix, Finn, has become best friends with a baby duckling who lives on her farm.

“Does he not ever try to eat them, or bite at them?” Kelly asked, and Amanda said he doesn’t, and that they have a great relationship.

She also shared an adorable photo of Finn with the baby duck sitting on top of his head!

Along with the duck, Amanda also has ponies, horses, goats, donkeys, chickens, and a cat all living on her farm.

“You just described them all like a family. You described them like the characters in a film,” Kelly said.

“There should be a film made of them,” Amanda replied. “I should make that happen.”

During a recent interview, Amanda talked about welcoming baby No. 2, a son, amid the pandemic.

Amanda Seyfried Opens Up About Having Her Son Amid Pandemic

Amanda Seyfried is talking family life amid the pandemic.

The 35-year-old Mamma Mia actress made an appearance on The Talk on Thursday (December 10).

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During her appearance, Amanda opened up about life at home with daughter Nina and her newborn son, which she welcomed with husband Thomas Sadoski earlier this year.

“It’s incredible. I just ran back to my house just to sniff him. It’s kind of crazy, you know everybody says it’s crazy to be home, but this is a silver lining, I get to be with him,” she gushed.

She also talked about life with her growing daughter.

“I think because she’s 3 and a half…we prepared her really well and she’s the sweetest, gentlest…she’s been a dream…she’s performing all the time. She sings all the time, decently. She’s a decent singer and she’s always performing. She has her dolls. She just doesn’t shut up and it’s a good thing. I don’t want her to stop, but sometimes we have to say to her, can you bring it down a notch… I don’t want to stop any of that, but, man, it’s too much sometimes. I’m just like, ‘Can you just be into science right now?’” she said.

She also revealed why she turned down this big role.

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Amanda Seyfried Explains Why She Turned Down Zoe Saldana's Role in 'Guardians of the Galaxy'

Amanda Seyfried could have played the role of Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy but turned down the part in the James Gunn-directed Marvel film.

Now, she’s explaining why she decided to pass on the smash-hit film.

“I didn’t want to be part of the first Marvel movie that bombed,” Amanda said on THR‘s Awards Chatter podcast. “I said, ‘Who wants to see a movie about a talking tree and a raccoon?’ Which is clearly — I was very wrong.” Worldwide, Guardians made exactly $772,776,600 at the box office, which is considered a massive success!

“The script was great, it was all based in not wanting to be ‘that guy,’” Amanda continued. “Because if you are the star of a giant movie like that, and it bombs, Hollywood does not forgive you. I’ve seen that happen to people and it was a giant, giant fear and I thought, is it worth it?”

The role eventually went to Zoe Saldana, who has portrayed Gamora in several movies now.

Amanda is not the only actress who almost starred in a Marvel movie. Find out the 13 other celebs who turned down the chance to play some of the most iconic superheroes.

Gary Oldman Rushes To Finish 'Citizen Kane' Screenplay in Netflix's 'Mank'

Gary Oldman and Amanda Seyfried have a chat in the new, black and white trailer for Netflix’s Mank.

Set in 1930s Hollywood, the film is a shown “through the eyes of scathing social critic and alcoholic screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz as he races to finish the screenplay of Citizen Kane for Orson Welles.”

Find out the true story behind Citizen Kane on now.

The film stars a lot of big Hollywood names including Lily Collins as Rita Alexander, Tom Burke as Welles, Charles Dance as William Randolph Hearst, and Tom Pelphrey as Joseph Mankiewicz.

Mank is set to debut on Netfix on December 4 and a lot of fans are already saying the film is Oscar-worthy.

Watch the full trailer below!

Lindsay Lohan & Rachel McAdams Recreate Famous 'Mean Girls' Phone Call With Lacey Chabert & Amanda Seyfried

Lindsay Lohan has reunited the Plastics to recreate that iconic four-way phone call in the Mean Girls movie.

Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert and Amanda Seyfried all returned as their characters for the scene, which Lindsay shared on her Instagram account.

The infamous scene sees Lindsay‘s Cady trying to catch Rachel‘s Regina George badmouthing Gretchen, played by Lacey, while she is secretly listening on the phone call.

After hearing the nasty things Regina has to say about her, Gretchen then dials in Amanda‘s Karen to gossip about it.

Karen then gets a call from Regina, who once again expresses her dislike for Gretchen.

The phone goes back and forth between all four of them, as they break promises, lie about just what was said and more.

The scene ends with Karen’s iconic fake cough and Regina’s equally memorable response: “Boo, you wh***!”

The iconic phone call was recreated with the purpose of urging more people to get out an vote in the upcoming election in November.

If you missed it, this Mean Girls star opened up about what they really thought of their virtual reunion.