Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried, promoting their new sci-fi thriller "In Time," showed off their chemistry in a sultry and provocative W magazine photo shoot for their October issue, in which they parodied a Washington sex scandal.
Seyfried talked to the mag about her sex scenes with Timberlake in "In Time." "Sex scenes are great. A lot of my co-stars have been sexy guys my age, and so, why not? I'm not going to pretend it's not fun. Justin was great. He had come from doing 'Friends with Benefits,' where he basically had sex every day at work, so it was easy for both of us. We just kind of got it on, and then were like, "'That was good!'"
"Extra" is totally geeking out at the 2011 Comic-Con convention in San Diego, experiencing all the action -- including "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn" mania, and dishing with Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried on the upcoming sci-fi thriller, "In Time."
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Actors Ryan Phillippe and Amanda Seyfried have ended their seven-month relationship, according to UsWeekly.com.
"It was mutual," a source told Us. "There's no bad blood. They're cool. They were just never fully committed."
Walgreens is celebrating health and fitness this month with their Walk with Walgreens program -- and we want to know which healthy and fit celebrity deserves their own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?
Actor Ryan Phillippe's expectant ex-girlfriend, Alexis Knapp, is reportedly not asking him for any help, according to People.
"She has never asked Ryan for any help, nor does she expect it," Knapp's rep informs People. Her rep goes on to say, "Alexis has maintained her silence and will continue to do so. Any 'source' claiming to have been her or her camp up to this point is false."
Knapp revealed to her friends that her child is due in June, after dating the actor momentarily last summer, according to a source. Another source says Ryan is waiting for the results from a paternity test to confirm whether the baby is in fact his child.
Actress Amanda Seyfried opened up to "Extra" about her new film -- the spooky version of the children's story of "Red Riding Hood," directed by "Twilight's" Catherine Hardwicke. The 24-year-old said she enjoyed working on the film, although staring at a piece of wood, which was supposed to be the bloodcurdling CGI wolf, proved to be difficult. "I had to trick my body into anxiety," she admitted.
Working with Hardwicke was a wonderful experience for Seyfried, who said of her director, "She's magical and passionate and energized beyond belief."