The Les Miserables beauty wore a slinky, low-cut black skirt with an embroidered bottom hem that read, 'EQUALITY.'The Mamma Mia stunner rounded out her get-up with strappy black heels.With her blonde tresses parted and down, Amanda complemented her pale complexion with dark red lipstick.Four days ago she shared an Instagram snap of a scene in a house that she captioned: 'Tbt to one week ago.
“But this is exactly what I wanted.” Marysia for Everything but Water swimsuit crop top. Granted, she has been hugging me hello and goodbye over the past several weeks that we’ve been meeting, but there is something extra-intense about this hug that seems to say, Oh, thank God. It’s the third day of rehearsals for a new Neil La Bute play directed by Leigh Silverman that goes into previews in less than a month.Thomas, a regular on TV sitcom Life In Pieces, was casually dressed in a red and black plaid shirt and jeans and also donned a pair of sunglasses.This will be the loved up couple's first child together. Given that most mums-to-be usually wait three months before revealing their happy state, Amanda's baby could be due as late as May.Between 20, Seyfried starred on the HBO drama series Big Love and appeared in the musical feature film Mamma Mia! Seyfried had leading roles in the black comedy horror film Jennifer's Body (2009), as a call girl in the erotic thriller Chloe (2009), the romantic drama-war film Dear John (2010), and the romantic drama Letters to Juliet (2010).She then starred in the dark fantasy historical romance Red Riding Hood (2011), the dystopian sci-fi thriller In Time (2011), the thriller Gone (2012), the musical drama film Les Misérables (2012), the biographical drama Lovelace (2013), and in the Seth Mac Farlane comedies A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014) and Ted 2 (2015). In 2003, Seyfried auditioned to play the role of Regina George in Mean Girls; the role eventually went to Rachel Mc Adams.“It made it fun for me,” she says, “but then I watched it and was like ‘That is what I want to promote about myself.’ ” Soon after, she started seeing a shrink to help get over her debilitating fear. But then he flips back a few pages in the script and cites one of Seyfried’s lines: “We already got pretty crazy in there.” So, La Bute says, “it’s either, We didn’t do that last night or Wait a minute: That happened several times, so why are you stopping me now? which premiered in London with Paul Rudd and Rachel Weisz and also trafficked in the idea of love as an instrument of cruelty.