Amanda Seyfried: getting credit?
Sarah has a nickname for Amanda Seyfried that she uses on this site: oatmeal. I can understand why. But today I actually spent some timing thinking about Amanda Seyfried, her career. And you know what? Her choices don’t really suck. If they do ever suck, she doesn’t have to wear it. Like, we don’t blame her for The Big Wedding. Lovelace was too small to warrant a conversation. She was able to enjoy all the hype around Les Miserables without having to eat the backlash. The only thing she may have had to eat there was Anne Hathaway’s dress wrath at the Oscars.
Right now, Amanda is promoting A Million Ways To Die In The West. There are at least two people ahead of her who will have to own it if it doesn’t do well. And there’s something to her decisions lately to work in so many ensemble features, surrounded by more established talent – not only to shoulder the pressure, but also for the learning environment. Consider: Seyfriend has wrapped on Fathers And Daughters with a cast list that includes Russell Crowe, Octavia Spencer, Jane Fonda and more. Also While We’re Young. That also features Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts. After that it’s Pan. With Hugh Jackman, Rooney Mara, and Garrett Hedlund.
This is what the Jessicas, Alba and Biel, would have wanted, non? So many projects. Back to back to back projects. Or…maybe not. Maybe this is why they DON’T have Seyfried’s career. Because they were too busy looking for LEADING LADY MOVIE STAR parts? How do you explain it?
I would like someone to explain this eye shadow to me. The orange? To me it doesn’t look good this hair colour, this skin tone.
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