Amanda Seyfried Feels More Liberated After Filming ‘Lovelace’: Actress Even Insists That UK Should Not Ban Porn
By Staff Writer | August 31, 2013 07:52 AM EDT
Amanda Seyfried's newest role as the late porn star Linda Lovelace is a far cry from her previous audience-friendly roles. The 27-year-old actress was required to portray the physically and emotionally draining life of Lovelace who was famous for her controversial pornographic film, "Deep Throat'.
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The 'Dear John' star admits that the biographic film is such a big risk for her career. When asked about the nude scenes, she said "It's funny, because I felt liberated when I was doing it. I'm sure people that are very protective of me wouldn't feel very comfortable with that, but it's like, what's the big deal?"
With the release of 'Lovelace', the 'Mean Girls' actress also shared her insight about UK's recent porn bill. The bill aspires to eradicate pornography by restricting the access of citizens to it.
"You can't put a ban on it," said Seyfried in her interview with Bang Showbiz. She also emphasized the significance of freedom: "I mean, kids under age are still drinking. It just makes it that much more powerful. It's freedom. You should be free to watch it whenever you want."
Apart from the blonde beauty, Wikipedia founder also found the ban a "ridiculous idea that won't work".
The autobiographical film also stars Adam Brody, James, Franco, and Peter Sarsgaard.
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