She says she now enjoys “a level of respect that I’ve never felt so completely around me,” and that’s not because of her achievements, but because of her age of 36.
The “Mamma Mia” star recalled how she was “pretty unscathed” from her early days in acting despite being put in some difficult situations.
Seyfried said, “Are you kidding me that you’re 19 and you’re walking around in your underwear? Why did you let me do that?
“Yeah, I know why. I was 19 and I didn’t want to upset anyone and I wanted to keep working. That’s why.”
Her comments come as a number of actresses line up to defend the role of on-set intimacy coordinator after actor Sean Bean criticized them in a recent interview.
“It would ruin spontaneity,” he later added.
Jameela Jamil, who plays the villain in Marvel’s upcoming TV series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, responded to Bean’s comment that the love scene was a “technical exercise” by saying, “It’s not a technical thing. It should be.It’s like a stunt.Our job as actors is to be technically invisible.No one wants an impromptu fumbling.
In the same interview, Bean mentioned the TV show “Snowpiercer,” in which he and actress Lena Hall were involved in a thought-provoking scene. When suggested that he might
“Just because I’m in the theater (it’s not cabaret, but I do it occasionally) doesn’t mean I can do anything.”
She went on to explain the situation at their site and said she would not hesitate to ask for a coordinator if necessary.
“The Intimacy Coordinator is a welcome addition to the set and I think it will also help with the traumas I have experienced in other scenes. Scenes, experiences are different,” she says. she wrote
CNN has reached out to Sean Bean’s representative for further comment.