Amanda Seyfried has just 26 years, an impressive filmography that includes 32 film and television roles, six of which are films that will appear this year (“Gone” and “The End of Love”) or are in various production stages and will appear in 2013 (“Lovelace“, “The Wedding”, “Les Miserables”, “Pete and Goat”). Fans are already excited actress starring in the show Amanda received biography of the former porn star Linda Lovelace in the 70s and the role of new screening orphan Cosette of the beloved novel “Les Miserables” by Victor Hugo.
Amanda, which debuted in 1999 in the series “As the World Turnes” has already proved very versatile, with roles in the comedy “Mean Girls“, in the horror “Solstice”, in the musical “Mamma Mia!”, in romantic drama “Dear John”, fantasy with werewolves “Red Riding Hood” or sci-fi thriller “In Time”.
The new film that starts with her is thriller-drama “Gone“. The role of Jill Parrish, Amanda Seyfried will face fears. Jill is a young woman who escaped a year ago in the trap of a psychopath who has kidnapped and buried her alive in a place with human remains of other victims. With an iron will, courage, and luck, Jill managed to escape, but remained with the fear of being attacked by serial killer and that only she could find, the only survivor. Her fear turned into obsession so that whenever someone disappears, it goes to the police to tell them what she believe and try to catch the killer.
Her frequent visits to the police station and made the detectives to get enough of Jill and begin to think about the raft gone, so when the sister of Jill is missing while Jill is at work, police did not rush to help her. The thriller is directed by Heitor Dhalia, from a screenplay by Allison Burnett, and the cast also includes Jennifer Carpenter (whom we know from the series “Dexter“, where the protagonist’s sister), Daniel Sunjata, Sebastian Stan, Wes Bentley, Socratis Otto and Michael Paré.