This actress is really impressing me right now. She seems to have about 3 or more movies out at one time, and they are all doing fairly well. I remember her best from Mean Girls (using her breasts to predict the weather), but I guess her biggest movie is Mamma Mia! I know she is/was also on Big Love on HBO. \
I think it is interesting when an actress seems to come out of nowhere and suddenly be everywhere.
To me, she will always be Lilly Kane.\
I always bitched that my favorite characters wind up dying, figures that in this case, she''d frickin'' be dead before the show even started.
[quote]I think it is interesting when an actress seems to come out of nowhere and suddenly be everywhere.\
Only if their agents suffer from premature ejaculation. Then everyone gets sick to death of them and soon they fade into oblivion.
R2 is correct.\
Every once in a while someone emerges from the pack and becomes a real actress and star. I think she is one and predict big things, and respect, for her.
Does a Nicholas Sparks movie augur well for anyone?\
Well, I guess Costner survived it.
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R3, I''m not a fan of Scarlett but appearing in Iron Man 2 is hardly "fad[ing] into oblivion."\
Back to Amanda Seyfried, it''s amazing the career trajectory she''s currently on compared to Lindsay Lohan given they were both in Mean Girls. Like night and day. And then there''s Rachel McAdams - who would have thought that Lindsay would be so outshined by her costars. Thank god for Lacey Chabert not doing much of anything these days.
I have seen her in a few films, including most recently, "Letters to Juliet" (oh be quiet--Vanessa Redgrave is also in it) and honestly, she''s a very charming and winning presence on screen.
I thought she came across really well in Mamma Mia! And I''ve liked since Veronica Mars as well, Mermaid.
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Anyone who can hold her own for 90 minutes opposite Vanessa Redgrave must be something special.
A Poor Man''s Marley Shelton.
R9, she certainly does hold her own. She is great with Vanessa.
She''s the only name above the title on Letters from Juliette.
I am surprised she didn't get bigger.
I agree OP, she has range. She was really sad and sweet in the movie "Chloe " with Julianne Moore and Liam Neeson.
And she took over the Linda Lovelace role from Lohan. That movie could be a game changer for her.
I fell in love with her in the movie, Chloe - her breasts are gorgeous sumptuous incredibly beautiful in that movie, as is she
She's yet to really impress me in anything, and I think that's the general consensus about her. Even in DEAR JOHN, she was overshadowed by Channing Tatum. She really needs to make something where the first thing that comes to mind about that film is Amanda Seyfried. She needs to make an impact, and soon.
R19, have you seen the movie called Chloe?
Amanda meets the criterion you outline in that movie.
I did see it, r20. Julianne Moore is who I think of though, but maybe that's just me.
R18 - Her boobs are now a shadow of their former glory.
Amanda NEVER looks anything like the way she looked in the movie Chloe.
I cannot quite figure out why she looks so different on the streets of New York and everywhere else for that matter - from the way she looked in the movie.
She was absolutely stunning in Chloe. And is never stunning now.
I see lots of photos of her on radaronline.com and justjared.com etc And I've seen her on awards shows and on TV talk shows.
As for her breasts, I did read her somewhat recent quote from an interview where she said her breasts are quite a bit smaller now.
R23 - She's slimmer now. She lost weight over the course of Big Love.
I couldn't figure out if the OP was a satire.
R24, you're not understanding.
She was absolutely stunning and gorgeous in Chloe, and she never looks stunning and gorgeous now.
She can still be a good looking woman when at her best these days, but nothing like the gorgeousness she was Chloe.
She does not look slimmer these days than she was in Chloe.
She was very slim and slender in Chloe.
And she even looks larger now than she was in Chloe.
Isn't Chloe the movie where she fingers Julianne Moore? I thought it was a cop out that she didn't go down on Julianne.
She is one of THE gayest young actresses out there. Amanda actually looks like she's about to explode sometimes!
[quote]I cannot quite figure out why she looks so different on the streets of New York and everywhere else for that matter - from the way she looked in the movie.
Even when I know she's in a photo, I find myself looking at the captions to see which one she is.
She reminds me of a young Jodie Foster. Jodie had the same ability to go from drab to glam just by changing her posture or the expression on her face.
It's going to be interesting to see how she ages. She has such an unusual face, especially the eyes, and she's either going to lose her looks completely or turn into a very beautiful 40 year old.
R36 - I think she will be a stunning 40 year old, if she takes care of herself.
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