Amanda Seyfried donned a sexy Gucci minidress to hit the red carpet at Hollywood's Egyptian Theatre for the LA premiere of her film Lovelace last night. Amanda had the help of her costars Sharon Stone, Chris Noth, and Adam Brody for the West Coast debut of the movie, which hits big screens on Friday. Also in attendance for the premiere were Amanda's directors Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman.
Although much of the close-knit cast turned up for last night's red carpet festivities, Amanda's costar Peter Sarsgaard, who plays her abusive husband, Chuck Traynor, in the film, was missing from the action. Peter and Amanda did sit down together for a recent interview with GQ, in which they discussed filming their sex scenes for the biopic about 1970s porn star Linda Lovelace. Peter admitted, "To be honest, that was, like, the least of our worries. It wasn't that bad. I mean, it was weird at first," though, he did go on to reveal, "I've been having a whole crisis with acting. I've lost my taste for both violence and sex — in movies, in any case. To be honest, while we were doing the movie, it was fine. But in retrospect it makes me feel uneasy."