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Production on Will Ferrell’s latest comedy He’s F**king Perfect has stalled due to scheduling issues.

Les Miserables star Amanda Seyfried was cast in the film late last year (Dec13) after Emma Stone dropped out, but now the troubled project has been shelved indefinitely because the actress and co-star Rebel Wilson are preparing to shoot sequels to Ted and Pitch Perfect, respectively.

A source tells the New York Post, “(Moviemakers are) unsure whether the project will come back together with the same cast.”

The film centres upon a woman who helps her friends find love online.




First off as you can see we have a new layout here at the main site and in the gallery made by my friend Samantha I hope you love it as much as I do! Today marks the 7 year anniversary of the launch of Amanda Seyfried Fan. Thank you to everyone who has continued to visit and donate to the site to help make it what it is today. It’s my honor to support Amanda in this way and I look forward to many more years.


Amanda Seyfried: Go West, Go Wild

“I am most scared of being bored,” Amanda Seyfried said. She was calling from her home in Los Angeles in mid-February, having just returned from her first vacation in years. “I was at a resort!” she continued. “And I thought, I should be loving this—but I wasn’t getting anything done, and that terrified me. When I feel like I’m not accomplishing something, I feel like I failed the day. I guess I missed work.” The only reason Seyfried was on vacation at all was because a scheduled movie project had been canceled abruptly. From the age of 15, when she first appeared on the soap opera As the World Turns, to this May, when she’ll play the ex-girlfriend of a sheep farmer in Seth MacFarlane’s period comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West, Seyfried, 28, has worked pretty much nonstop. Although the actress, with her blonde hair and wide blue eyes, looks like a beautiful doll, she has always resisted being cast as arm candy or the typical ingenue. She may have pin-up looks, but Seyfried is direct and quirky, and her career choices have been eclectic—from the broadly romantic (Dear John, 2010) to the musical (Mamma Mia!, 2008) to the bold and independent (last year’s Lovelace, in which she was stunningly vulnerable as the emotionally battered Deep Throat star Linda Lovelace). Seyfried is not afraid of a challenge, whether it is singing live (in 2012’s Oscar winner Les Misérables) or doing a steamy sex scene, as in 2009’s Jennifer’s Body, where she and Megan Fox had a memorable make-out session. “We kissed really well together,” Seyfried once told me about the latter. “We have similar kissing styles! If I watch the scene, it’s actually really sexy…We got it done for the masses, and, sadly, the masses didn’t show up.” (The film did not fare terribly well at the box office.)

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Magazines: 2014: W Magazine (April)
Photoshoots: 2014: Session 3




On Thursday March 13, 2014 Kristen Bell, Rob Thompson and the cast of the Veronica Mars movie took the stage at the PaleyFest to talk about the iconic show and the movie brought to life thanks to the fans and the kickstater campaign that was run last year to get the movie made. There were a few mentions of Amanda and her character Lily Kane so I thought I would share. If you were a fan of the show be sure to check out the movie! If it’s not playing in a theater near you can get a digital download on amazon or itunes.

Rob Thomas almost made the movie about Veronica as an FBI agent. We know from the film’s trailer that Veronica heads to law school instead, but just like the last-ditch mini-pilot that was shot after season 3, Thomas still thought of his girl as a fed. “The six months before Kickstarter, I was thinking of a plotline that revolved around Veronica as a young FBI agent, but when it became a fan-financed movie, I couldn’t figure out a way that an FBI case could roll in Wallace and Mac [and everyone else]. So I sort of abandoned that FBI idea and tried to find a plot to get back to all the characters we know and love. Because if the fans are going to pay for a movie, I want them to see the characters they love.” Another idea left on the cutting-room floor? A possible post-credits scene involving Duncan (Teddy Dunn) and Lilly Kane (Amanda Seyfried). Speaking of Veronica’s late best friend…

“Did I kill Lilly Kane?” The TV series’ first big mystery, of who killed Veronica’s best friend Lilly Kane, was such a mystery that the cast didn’t even know. So before the real killer was revealed, a few actors were sweating that it would be them. “I thought any day, Rob was just gonna come up and sit down and be like, ‘So, for this episode, we’re gonna see Eli snap. And we’re gonna see Eli’s real dark side,’” Francis Capra recalled of his character, Eli “Weevil” Navarro. “Man, I thought it was me many, many times.” Percy Daggs III (Wallace) meanwhile just wanted some answers. “For me, it was hard because you have family asking you who did it, and you really don’t know. So that automatically made me try to figure it out. And I spent a lot of time with Kristen, and the hardest part about that is when you were trying to figure it out, she wouldn’t tell you if she knew who did it, but she would definitely shoot down what you think.”

Veronica Mars is in theaters now.

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This is worse than wearing sweatpants: Mean Girls isn’t getting a Tina Fey-penned sequel!

Despite some hopeful speculation from fans recently, Fey confirmed the news to Extra on Wednesday, saying, “We’re coming up next month on the 10-year anniversary of the original movie… We’re going to see if there’s any way to get everyone together, but not a movie, sadly. We’re all past high school age.” (Mean Girls 2, the 2011 TV movie sequel with a whole new group of girls, is best not mentioned.)

Like any good twenty-something, I love the movie, but the “no sequel” news is totally for the best. There’s no way people wouldn’t be disappointed by whatever they came up with, and now, fans can just continue to watch and love the original as the perfect high school satire that it is. For those that would like a little more, all hope isn’t lost: Fey is directing her energy towards a possible Mean Girls musical (which she told EW about last year in her EW Interview).

Karen Smith: Karen’s weather reports quickly went viral, and she was snapped up right out of high school to become one of the weather people for Fox News, a job she holds to this day. Smith still keeps up with Wieners and her daughter via Facebook; she’s fond of “Like”-ing nearly every post, and still hasn’t totally figured out hashtags. Regina has not responded to her friend request.

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Amanda Seyfried (Lovelace) is set to star in Seth MacFarlane‘s upcoming sequel to Ted. Seyfried will join returning star Mark Wahlberg in the upcoming comedy, which continues the story of John Bennett and his crass, foul-mouthed teddy bear (voiced by MacFarlane). As for Mila Kunis, according to Deadline, who broke the news, she will return for Ted 2 but in a much smaller role

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Another batch of “older” stuff I need to clean off my computer I have caught up on some older magazine scans for Amanda. I know several people have sent some of these to me but I’ve lost my list of who to credit so thank you to all that have sent these in!


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