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and Seann William Scott in "Road Trip." This campus comedy flick gloriously collected more than 119 million U.S. dollar worldwide, boosting her career since then. Undergoing such a hectic schedule in the following years, she was more involved in the big screen productions, such as "Scotland, Pa." (2001), "Rat Race" (2001), and "Interstate 60" (2002). After her appearance in "The Battle of Shaker Heights" (2003) of which the script was the winner of "Project Greenlight" (2001) in its second season, she delightfully maintained a steady career by 2004, taking part in some major movies, like "The Butterfly Effect" and "Starsky & Hutch", which both hit the box-office.
Amy's star kept sparkling brightly in 2005 as she joined John Corbett and Sean Astin to film "Bigger Than the Sky" while also played in "Just Friends" and "The Best Man." Her status grew larger by the next year for she satisfyingly acquired the female leading role in "Peaceful Warrior" as well as "Crank" followed by others in "Mirrors", "Love N' Dancing", and "Life in Flight", all slated for 2007 releases. Beyond her career, Amy has been actively involved in the non-profit group Heal The Bay, an organization that is devoted to cleaning up the Santa Monica Bay, even has become its spokeswoman for seven years. As for her love life, she reportedly dated Ashton Kutcher whom she starred together with in "The Butterfly Effect" by 2003. However, she ultimately gave her heart to actor Brandon Williams and happily got engaged to him.
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