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Amanda on Kissing Girls: "You Gotta Laugh"

Wonderwall, Wednesday, March 10, 2010, 12:50pm (PST)
  • By Brenda Rodriguez with reporting by Andrea Tagle

    First Megan Fox, and now Julianne Moore? Amanda Seyfried is turning into quite the lady kisser, at least on the big screen. Soon after making an appearance at the Academy Awards, the "Big Love" star was back to work promoting her new erotic thriller "Chloe" costarring Moore. And, let us tell you, things get heated between these two. Check out what Seyfried has to say about kissing girls, her funny tattoo and her Oscar dreams.

    You have "Minge" tattooed on your foot. What does it mean?

    Amanda Seyfried: It's a nickname, it's evolved into kind of an endearing term, a term of endearment. I don't really take that many things seriously so I thought, "Hey, why not?" I wanted to know what a tattoo felt like. I got it in October, and a couple of us have it. "Minge" [is] slang in Britain for like, "vagina." I don't know, a lot of people think I don't know what it means, but I've lived there before I know what it means.

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    You have some pretty sexy scenes with Julianna Moore in "Chloe." And, of course, can't forget your kiss with Megan Fox in "Jennifer's Body." Do you take that kind of stuff seriously?

    AS: You can't really, man. You gotta laugh, when you're doing any kind of intimate scene whether it be with a man or a woman. You just gotta kinda take it as it is.

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    So, who's the better kisser? Julianne or Megan?

    AS: Oh, [hahaha] I don't know.

    What was it like working with such strong actors like Julianne and Liam Neeson in "Chloe"?

    AS: I just trust them so much ... Julianne and Liam are so good with what to do and it makes it so much easier for me to do my job as well.

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    Is there a scene from another movie that means a lot to you?

    AS: Umm, just one scene in one movie? Honestly, I don't know. I watched "Romeo + Juliet" so much as a child, a young girl, well a pre-pubescent girl I guess, and that movie put me into this other, kind of passionate, lover feel. I gotta do this, I gotta portray this, whatever love is, this classic love story ... [is] just so powerful, I understood it then and just wanted to be able to do that.

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    You went to the Oscars on Sunday. Do you ever dream about getting an Oscar?

    AS: No. I don't really have any expectations ... It'd be nice, it wouldn't be bad, it'd be wonderful. Umm, but I'm not really doing things based on, you know, what the Academy is going to say.

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