' But she's, like, supersensual—it actually ended up looking really cool. But [my character] wasn't even hot, which was so fun.She had a little belly—it would hang out, and I wouldn't care.""We were both really nervous.“In Noah’s film, I play a hipster girl who lives in Brooklyn,” Seyfried told me during our phone call. Simultaneously, she managed to attend classes and go to four proms (“I was addicted to the whole ballroom thing”). When you’re young, it’s hard to get together with your costar. A lot of my costars have been sexy guys my age who are really respectful and cool. I’m not going to pretend it’s opposite Justin Timberlake.“I met my first boyfriend on a soap opera,” she told me. It’s not always the greatest idea, but the experience of making a television show or a movie is so intimate and romantic. She is currently dating the comedic actor Justin Long and is more reluctant to discuss her personal life.
He befriends an elderly time banker (Mad Men’s Vincent Kartheiser) before running off with his rebellious daughter (Amanda Seyfried), and the pair embark on a Bonnie and Clyde-style crime spree, raiding banks and giving every minute to the poor.
Really, it was painful, that hairstyle, but wearing a corset makes me keep my shoulders back, so that was good.
I felt like a princess.""That was a tough, tough scene to do, but we were both nervous, and we were both able to laugh through it.
Niccol’s script ties itself in conceptual knots and is largely comprised of time puns, which quickly start to grate.
He also fails to address the most pressing question raised by the film: if time’s so valuable, why does Seyfried run everywhere in six-inch heels?