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'There's a layer of insecurity that this brings out, of course, but I am trying to throw it away,' Amanda shared with Vogue about her anxiety over her career.
The actors play a middle-aged couple who refuses to have kids and starts hanging out with a 20-something couple.
The 'A Million Ways to Die in the West' actress will play a character named Mary, joining previously-confirmed cast like Hugh Jackman, Garrett Hedlund, and Rooney Mara.
The 'Friends with Benefits' actress will have a reduced role in the sequel because of creative differences between Seth MacFarlane and his co-writers.
Carmen Electra, Adam Lambert and Anna Camp show their support for the biopic by attending the Hollywood event at the Egyptian Theatre.
The 'Les Miserables' actress opens up about her role as Linda Lovelace in new film and her ex-boyfriend.
Peter Sarsgaard is featured as Seyfried's on-screen husband, who is claimed to have forced her into performing in an X-rated film.
Well-dressed patrons are gawking at the 'Les Miserables' actress as she strips off her menswear outfit to reveal her irresistible beauty.
The 'Les Miserables' actress informs her Twitter followers that she has just got mistaken for the troubled actress although they look nothing alike, prompting the Warner Bros. VP for production to reply her with a joke.
The indie folk duo enlists the popular 'Les Miserables' actress to drive a car in their new music video.
Anne's representative claims that Anne and Amanda are close friends and there was no conflict regarding their dresses during the 2013 Academy Awards rehearsal.
The snippet features a scene where Linda Lovelace's husband and his two friends discuss a plan to make a 35mm movie, which will later be known as 'Deep Throat'.
Lily Collins, Isla Fisher, Sandra Bullock, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Hudson are all coming to the extended celebration hosted by Vanity Fair.
The 'Les Miserables' beauty is in negotiations to join Charlize Theron in MacFarlane's next directorial project 'A Million Ways to Die in the West'.
Gushing that his recruitment is like a dream comes true, the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' filmmaker says, 'I may be even more grateful to George Lucas now than I was as a kid.'