Amanda Seyfried talks about coming to terms with ‘Chloe’
BY TODD GILCHRIST
In a remarkably short time, Amanda Seyfried has played an amazing variety of roles, both on television and film. She’s appeared on soap operas, screen dramas, musicals, horror films, crime thrillers, and more, and at 25 seems to be picking up speed as she expands her repertoire, in roles great and small, but always with performances that distinguish her even if they don’t define her. In her latest film, Chloe, her eclecticism and talent is further put to the test: she plays the title character, a young prostitute who becomes involved with a married woman after the woman enlists her help to see if her husband is cheating.
Hollywood News sat down with Seyfried Tuesday afternoon in Beverly Hills, Calif. at the Chloe press day to discuss her participation in the film. In addition to talking about her collaboration with director Atom Egoyan, Seyfried explored the relationship she developed on and off screen with her costar, Julianne Moore, and reflected not only on what it is that Chloe seems to want, but what she herself wanted to reveal about the complicated, fascinating, and provocative character.
Check out the film’s theatrical trailer below. Chloe also stars Liam Neeson, and opens in limited release on March 26, 2010.