All of a sudden you're having an argument about nothing and it's really just that you miss the person so much and I absolutely think these relationships can work, you just have to really want it. I think that in a society today that -- we're over fifty percent with divorce rates, you know -- it's rare to find love and to make it work.Amanda: Especially that young, I mean, college-aged kids are finding each other and it's that whole challenge of actually realizing that this is really the person you're going to spend the rest of your life with.Not only does the girl have great legs, pretty hair and a wildly successful career, but her past romantic entanglements read like our own personal wishlist of Men We'd Like To Nom. "I was just kind of foolishly thinking that the two of them were done and Dom and I were involved," she explained. So I got my heart broken pretty hard." And though the pair did eventually get back together, Amanda said that the makeup-breakup drama has taken its toll since then: "After that, it’s really hard to open myself up to a new person. THANKS.) These days, though, Amanda seems to be single (who knows what's up with that Phillippe thing)—and now she's the cover girl for April's ? Because in addition to her real-life romances with Hollywood's most desirable dudes, Amanda has also had the privilege of getting busy on-screen with an awful lot of good-looking dudes. It’s easy for things to get carried away." If that's the case, we'll definitely be on the lookout for any signs of a romance with with "Red Riding Hood" co-star Shiloh Fernandez.Tim is taking the trash out and John drives up to speak with Savannah who is not home.Tim reaches into the trash and gives John a scrap of paper to write a message on to leave for her, and a pen also magically appears.
He's crazy and if he let us we'd just play all day.
(Hey Seyfried, would you mind leaving just one of our celebrity crushes unmolested? "It didn’t suck making out with Channing [Tatum] and Justin [Timberlake]." And while we're on the topic, she'd like to put in a future request for a leading man: "I’d really love to make out with Michael Fassbender. But according to Amanda, it's hard to resist the off-screen draw of her on-screen boyfriends—being cast as a couple makes falling in love on set "one of the easiest things in the world," she said. You’re put in a situation where you have to make out with each other.