Amanda Seyfried seems to be having it all lately. Not only does she have a mammoth array of films under her belt since Mean Girls and many more to come (check out her IMDB page), but she's about to make her debut stage presence too.
The 29 year-old Mamma Mia actress graces this month's Vogue cover and gives an in-depth interview on various topics including her upcoming stage play entitled "The Way We Get By," her anxiety issues, her insecurities, and her current squeeze Justin Long, whom she met via friends.
Describing how she became smitten by the 36 year-old actor, Seyfried told Vogue's Jonathan Van Meter;
“I followed him on Instagram, and I thought something he said was really funny. It was a beautiful picture of a snail, and the caption said, “Fucking MOOOOOOOOVE.” It made me laugh out loud, so I texted him.”
The couple have been dating since 2013, and though Amanda has been through her share of men including her Mamma Mia co-star Dominic Cooper, with Justin Long she feels, “it’s just right.”
“I really do have my own identity, both inside and outside the relationship, “ she gushes, “if that makes any sense. It just feels right. It’s also really good to feel OK being alone.”
Soon to be seen in Seth McFarlane's sequel to the hit Ted next month (June 25th), Amanda plays a lawyer in which Ted seeks help in proving that he is a human being seeking custody of his child. Hilarity will definitely arise with this one.
To read the full article on other issues the actress discusses in depth, head on over to the official page for Vogue.