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Mamma Mia! star Amanda Seyfried reveals the one ABBA song she never wants to hear again. The Swedish pop band's massive hits were assembled into a hit jukebox musical in 1999. Seyfried went on to star in the 2008 film adaptation, playing a young woman named Sophie who grew up on a remote Greek island with her mother Donna (Meryl Streep) and invites three men who might be her father (Pierce Brosnan, Stellan Skarsgård, and Colin Firth) to her wedding.
Seyfried returned to the franchise ten years later in the 2018 sequel Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. However, while the idea of a third film has been floating around since then, it hasn't come to fruition. In spite of this many of the stars of the first two films have expressed their interest in returning. Recently, Here We Go Again director Ol Parker also shared that producer Judy Craymer always intended for there to be a trilogy, hinting that there may be one in the offing eventually.
The star of the show is the intoxicating music and the verve of the performers, while Mark Thompson's stark design and expanse of ocean waves is appealing and more akin to contemporary opera than musicals of old.
The Broadway hit Mamma Mia! was turned into a movie back in 2008, and it's become a fan-favorite among musical lovers. The ABBA-infused film starred Meryl Streep as Donna Sheridan, the hard-working owner of a Greek hotel whose daughter, Sophie (Amanda Seyfried), is getting married. Unbeknownst to Donna, Sophie invites three men she believes could be her father, and hijinks ensue. When all is said and done, the movie and its sequel, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, never reveals the true identity of Sophie's father. Bill (Stellan Skarsgård), Harry (Colin Firth), and Sam (Pierce Brosnan) all agree to \"take a third\" and treat Sophie as their own. However, Seyfriend recently admitted in an interview with Vanity Fair that she always secretly hoped Skarsgård's Bill was Sophie's real dad.
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Seyfried began her career on the daytime soap opera As The World Turns and later had a recurring role on Veronica Mars; her upcoming film projects include the starring role in Lasse Hallstrom's Dear John and Letters to Juliet co-starring Gael Garcia Bernal.
The 17-year-old Mia Wasikowska went tête-à-tête with Gabriel Byrne in the HBO psychoanalyst drama 'In Treatment' and emerged with a profile in top health. In the show she plays a teenage tearaway who seeks help after a motorcycle accident; as the weeks pass, more and more of her personal demons come out of the closet and the full extent of Wasikowska's remarkable range becomes apparent. British audiences will get their first chance to see why directors are clamouring to cast her when Ed Zwick's war drama 'Defiance' is released this week. The young actress plays a Holocaust survivor who is romantically linked with a soldier played by Jamie Bell. Arriving soon after is Mira Nair's star-studded biopic on Amelia Earhart, where the high-flying actress plays a rival pilot. If that were not enough, she's currently filming in the UK, playing Alice in Tim Burton's adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic text, but it's Wasikowska herself who should be in wonderland.
The Playlist reports that Kelly has joined The Butler as Jacqueline Kennedy, starring opposite Matthew McConaughey's John F. Kennedy. Daniels, who is currently at Cannes to debut The Paperboy, also revealed that he would be reuniting with Nicole Kidman on The Butler, as well. Another recent addition to the historical drama includes Lenny Kravitz in an unspecified role. The cast is shaping up to be something else, with Forest Whitaker toplining as Allen, John Cusack portraying Richard Nixon, Alan Rickman as Ronald Reagan with Jane Fonda as Nancy Reagan. Cuba Gooding Jr. and Terrence Howard are also on board, though their roles remain undisclosed.
Mia Wasikowska, star of the latest big-screen version of Jane Eyre, grins as she reflects on the struggle of the 19th century literary superstar to find connection, spiritual and physical, without the aid of a BlackBerry.
The 47-year-old star admitted she never actually thought about Mia - whom she has with her first husband Jim Threapleton - taking on the role of her on-screen daughter in the episode of Dominic Savage's anthology series. 59ce067264