Amanda Seyfried has skipped some scenes in her screen life that occurred in her memory bank. For example she does not think twice about a time when she smooched with Channing Tatum. She was with him in the dramatic series Dear John some four odd years ago.
The romantic story portrayed the two as star-crossed lovers. She recently appeared on Nick Grimshaw's breakfast show on BBC Radio 1. She was questioned regarding her screen partner’s lip-style. She however laughed it off by saying that it was something she didn’t think much about.
"I don't remember ... I'm pretty sure it was great. It was easy! He's a funny guy," Amanda laughed.
Then she frivolously mentioned that it was a long time ago when it occurred and that it was probably great. Seth McFarlane joined the chorus by gushing all over the place about the confidence and good vibes Channing lent after you kissed him.
"I felt like a million bucks afterwards. You want to talk about confidence? That guy gives you confidence. So generous," stated Seth MacFarlane.
Seth and Amanda are currently making a movie titled “A Million Ways to Die in the West”. Besides Amanda, Charlize Theron, Liam Neeson and Neil Patrick Harris are also starring in the film. Seth spoke of how the acting was the only element in the ensemble that had any novelty to it.
He also said that with such a wonderful and diverse cast, the making of the film was a piece of cake. "I had Amanda, I had Charlize, I had Neil. I have this great cast of people. Every time you're playing opposite somebody it's one of these people who is so good and so experienced there just throwing stimulus at you and it just makes it easier," said Seth.
During the course of the interview, Amanda confessed she was feeling a bit woozy due to the flight she was on a while ago. But Seth appeared to be in peak form and tiptop condition. In fact, he was positively glowing.
"I'm actually having a better transition then I have in the past . I figured out that you stay up till five in the morning drinking in New York, and then you get on a plane at 8am and come out here and you're in bed by 12. I've actually acclimated very nicely. All thanks to booze," Seth laughed.
Strangely, Seth attributed his survival of jet lag to the bottle. It was an interesting inner glimpse into the psyche of Amanda who chose to forgo some past foibles while Seth served as the foil and provided some fun moments with his ebullient words.
Source: Yahoo! News