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June 12 2022      115 
2022 Public Appearances Update

I’ve added over 500 photos of Amanda attending events from this year to the gallery.

Public Appearances > 2022 > February 10 | L’Avenue at Saks during New York Fashion Week [+08]
Public Appearances > 2022 > April 04 | “Take Me Out” Broadway Opening Night [+11]
Public Appearances > 2022 > April 05 | The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon [+08]
Public Appearances > 2022 > April 10 | Deadline Contenders Television – Panels – Day 2 [+01]
Public Appearances > 2022 > April 11 | Los Angeles Finale Event For Hulu’s “The Dropout” [+116]
Public Appearances > 2022 > May 05 | Variety’s 2022 Power Of Women: New York Event Presented By Lifetime [+120]
Public Appearances > 2022 > June 08 | 2022 Time 100 Gala [+129]
Public Appearances > 2022 > June 08 | 2022 TIME100 Gala – Cocktails [+23]
Public Appearances > 2022 > June 08 | 2022 TIME100 Gala – Dinner [+29]
Public Appearances > 2022 > June 11 | “88” Premiere – 2022 Tribeca Festival [+83]
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May 30 2022      124 
New Owner & Site Back Online

Amanda Seyfried Vault has a new owner! My name is Samantha and I will do my best to continue the amazing work that Elise has done on this website. I want to say a huge thank you to her for letting me take over! We have gorgeous new themes up. The themes are by Sin21 and the header is by Insomniac Wonderland Designs! For my first update I have been trying to catch our photo gallery up. I’ve added over 8,000 photos. I still have more to add so please keep checking back for updates. Previews and links below…

Public Appearances > 2022 > February 10 | L’Avenue at Saks during New York Fashion Week [+08]
Public Appearances > 2022 > February 24 | Premiere Of Hulu’s “The Dropout” [+216]
Public Appearances > 2022 > February 24 | Premiere Of Hulu’s “The Dropout” – After Party [+07]
Public Appearances > 2022 > February 25 | Visits ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” [+05]
Public Appearances > 2022 > March 01 | Visits Late Night with Seth Meyers [+06]
Public Appearances > 2022 > March 22 | “The Dropout” Screening & Conversation [+63]
Public Appearances > 2022 > March 24 | Vanity Fair And Lancôme Celebrate The Future Of Hollywood [+44]
Television Productions > The Dropout (2022) [+5,951]
Feature Films > A Mouthful Of Air (2022) [+2,289]
Press > 2022 > Heroine Magazine (May) [+01]
Press > 2022 > Marie Claire Australia (April) [+08]
Press > 2022 > Variety (May) [+03]
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2022 > Session 001 [+04]
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2022 > Session 002 [+02]
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2022 > Session 003 [+09]
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2022 > Session 004 [+13]
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2022 > Session 005 [+02]
Advertisements & Campaigns > Lancôme (2019-) > Promotional Photoshoot (2022) [+03]
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May 03 2021      89 
“Things Heard & Seen” Blu-Ray Screen Captures

Things Heard & Seen,” directed by Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini, finally hit Netflix on April 29, 2021. I have since then been able to add 1685 high-quality screen captures of Amanda portraying Catherine Claire to our gallery. The film opened to mix-critics, but I do recommend it to Amanda fans.

A Manhattan artist relocates her young family to a historic hamlet in the Hudson Valley. As she settles into a new life, she begins to suspect that her marriage has a sinister darkness, one that rivals her new home’s history. Based on the acclaimed novel by Elizabeth Brundange.

Feature Films > Things Heard & Seen (2021) > Blu-Ray Screen Captures [+1,685]
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April 27 2021      13 
Amanda Seyfried attends the 93rd Annual Academy Awards

The 93rd Annual Academy Awards were held this Sunday, thus marking the end of this year’s award season. Amanda was wearing a beautiful red Giorgio Armani Privé gown. Unfortunately, she did not go home with the Best Actress in a Supporting Role award, which instead went to Yuh-Jung Youn, for “Minari”. I’m sure there will be plenty of other opportunities in the future. Next time!

However, “Mank” did win the Best Cinematography and Best Production Design awards. Congratulations to the winners!

I have added lots of beautiful high-quality images to our gallery. It was so lovely to see our girl attend an event in person!

Public Appearances > 2021 > April 25 | 93rd Annual Academy Awards [+70]
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2021 > Session 009 [+01]
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2021 > Session 010 [+02]
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2021 > Session 011 [+09]
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April 04 2021      7 
Amanda Seyfried Replaces Kate McKinnon in “The Dropout”

The Oscar-nominated Mank actress has been tapped to replace Kate McKinnon and star as Elizabeth Holmes in Hulu’s highly anticipated limited series The Dropout.

Based on the ABC News podcast, the limited series traces how Theranos founder Holmes raised hundreds of millions to fund the biotech startup and became a media darling while hiding the fact that her touted blood-testing machine didn’t really work. The drama is based on an ABC News podcast of the same name, which also was the basis for a 20/20 episode.

Showrunner Elizabeth Meriwether (New Girl), Liz Heldens (The Passage), Liz Hannah, Katherine Pope, podcast host/ABC News’ Rebecca Jarvis, Victoria Thompson and Taylor Dunn exec produce. The series is from Searchlight’s TV division and 20th Television. Seyfried will also be credited as a producer on The Dropout.

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March 15 2021      8 
93rd Academy Awards Nominations

And the 93rd Academy Awards Nominations are finally in! We’re so proud of Amanda for earning her very first Oscar nominations for portraying Marion Davies in Netflix’s “Mank“. It’s so nice to see her finally getting recognized by the Academy. Congratulations to the whole team of people involved in making such a great film, who also got nominated for: Best Picture, Best Director (David Fincher), Best Actor (Gary Oldman), Production Design, Costume Design, Cinematography (Erik Messerschmidt), Makeup and Hairstyling, Sound and Score.

Best Supporting Actress
Maria Bakalova, “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm”
Glenn Close, “Hillbilly Elegy”
Olivia Colman, “The Father”
Amanda Seyfried, “Mank
Yuh-Jung Youn, “Minari”

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February 03 2021      8 
2021 Golden Globes: Nominations

It is with great pleasure that we bring you the news: Amanda Seyfried has just received a Golden Globe nomination for her performance in “Mank“! We couldn’t be prouder and more excited for the actual ceremony to take place. The 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards will be held on February 28.

Best Actress in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture
Glenn Close (“Hillbilly Elegy”)

Olivia Colman (“The Father”)

Jodie Foster (“The Mauritanian”)

Amanda Seyfried (“Mank”)

Helena Zengel (“News of the World”)

Netflix’s “Mank” received numerous other nominations, including Best Director – Motion Picture, Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama, Best Motion Picture – Drama, Best Original Score – Motion Picture, Best Screenplay – Motion Picture. Congratulations to everyone involved!

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February 03 2021      14 
Amanda Seyfried for The Sunday Times Style

The Times – Amanda Seyfried’s schedule isn’t very “Hollywood”. When, long after we’ve run over our allotted time, the 35-year-old actress apologises and says she’ll have to say goodbye in ten minutes, it’s not because she’s in the middle of filming or has a fitting or urgently needs to speak to her agent. No, the light is fading and she’s on feeding duty for her menagerie, on 27 acres in the Catskills in upstate New York.

Press > 2021 > The Sunday Times Style (January 31) [+01]
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2021 > Session 002 [+06]

Six goats — some mornings there are just more goats, as you get into goats and people start reaching out to you saying, ‘Take these’ — two big horses, two mini-horses — they were a mistake, I love them, but they’re so weird — a donkey that I’m so in love with, a pony that we brought from next door who is going to die here — he’s very old, but he’s very nice — and a barn cat,” she reels off. Also resident on the farm are her husband of almost four years, the actor Thomas Sadoski, their three-year-old daughter and four-month-old son (the couple don’t publicly name their children, although Seyfried laughs at the fact that she’s on Zoom with me wearing a jumper with her son’s name on it), and Seyfried’s mother, who has lived with them since their daughter was a few days old. “She moved in after the baby was born and never moved out, and I don’t want her to,” Seyfried says. “My husband’s going to work on Sunday — he’s flying down to Georgia to do a movie for three months [Devotion, about the first black American fighter pilot, set in the Korean War] and I would be alone with two kids.” Her big blue Disney eyes widen further at the thought. “I know families do that all the time, but I’m such a momma’s girl and she has always come to my rescue.

She bought the farm seven years ago, after a decade of living in Los Angeles and Manhattan’s West Village, where she still has an apartment. Thanks to the pandemic, though, and her son’s birth in September, the family has been ensconced at the farm since February — the longest stretch she has spent in one place for years. “I always had a lot of anxiety in my teens and twenties, but once I had kids the anticipatory dread would come from packing, leaving and going to Asia or Europe for work. Once I got there I enjoyed myself, but this year, not having to go anywhere, it’s the least uptight I’ve ever been.

For the first half hour of our conversation she is chatty but, judging from all I’ve seen and read of her, uncharacteristically sombre. “Sorry, I keep going to the negative,” she apologises. “Why can’t I think of anything positive? What an asshole.” Asshole is a bit harsh and her negativity is not without good reason: six days earlier a violent mob marched on the Capitol in Washington, and the day after we speak Donald Trump will be impeached for a second time. “It’s frightening and unnerving right now,” she says.

In truth it’s refreshing to speak to an actress of her profile — star of the cult teen classic Mean Girls, campy musical box-office smash Mamma Mia! (and its even campier sequel, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again), Les Misérables, the HBO series Big Love and indie fare such as While We’re Young and First Reformed — who isn’t putting on a show for me. And who would seemingly rather talk about anything other than work. After several failed attempts, however, I manage to get her onto her latest film, Mank, in which she plays Marion Davies, the 1930s movie star and mistress of the publishing tycoon William Randolph Hearst (played by Charles Dance), who managed her and launched her Hollywood career. The highly stylised production stars Gary Oldman as Herman J Mankiewicz, the alcoholic screenwriter of Citizen Kane (although he shared the credit, and the Oscar, with Orson Welles), whose central characters were based on Hearst and Davies, the latter’s real life and career becoming overshadowed by the characterisation of her cruel, talentless alter ego in the seminal film.

Correcting that misconception was part of the draw for Seyfried. “The script was a version of Marion that I think really does her justice and that I think most people don’t know about,” she nods. “She was hilarious and the life of the party, but she was also smart, and she did love Hearst — it was a special relationship built on trust and honesty,” Seyfried says. She also comes across as a pragmatist, albeit one in exquisite gowns, marabou jackets and majorette hats.

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