Alas, Amanda Seyfried’s Mystery Musical Is Probably Not ‘Mamma Mia 3’
Seyfried, who was nominated along with George & Tammy‘S Jessica Chastain, Anna’s Invention‘S Julia Garner, Pam & Tommy‘S Lily James and gasby Julia Roberts, later receive her award on Instagram. “I had to miss it because I was working on something Magic, and it’s music,” she began, “so I ended up having to do something I’ve never really done.” Considering Seyfried has starred in two Mamma Mia film, as well as the 2012 big-screen adaptation of Miserables, sequels to those projects won’t break new territory. “That’s all I can really say about it,” she continued. “Hopefully there will be more soon, but there is still a lot of work to be done. It was more fun, and it was a great night.” (Vanity Fair have reached out to Seyfried’s rep to see if there are any other explanations in fact.)
The Emmy winner has long made her musical aspirations known. Before she danced expertly like a clumsy Elizabeth Holmes Lil Wayne“How to Love”Seyfried confessed”campaign for sinister for five years,” goes so far as to send the film’s director Jon M. Chu a recording of her singing “Popular,” Glinda the Good Witch’s featured song. “I was never ready to hit those notes,” she insisted, though Ariana Grande will eventually fall into the character’s trademark bubble.
For the vision of Mamma Mia 3 that dance in our heads, the idea hasn’t gotten out of Seyfried’s hands yet. “I hope we make another movie, but you know, nobody talks to me,” she told Diversity last year. “I know if you ask any of the others, they’ll say, ‘Sure, but that’s not going to happen.’ But that’s what we said about the second one, and it’s better than the first!” Until then, Seyfried will hone his singing and dancing skills for something new.