Amanda Seyfried Auditioned For Glinda within the Depraved Film

Earlier than Ariana Grande secured the position of Glinda within the upcoming “Depraved” film, Amanda Seyfried was a contender. In a Q&A interview with Backstage revealed on July 19, the “Mamma Mia” actor revealed she auditioned for the movie adaptation whereas taking pictures “The Dropout” final summer time. Requested in regards to the wildest factor she’d ever completed to get a task, Seyfried defined she was auditioning for the Good Witch in individual on the weekends whereas enjoying Elizabeth Holmes through the week. “I wished it that a lot that I used to be like, ‘You recognize what? Yeah, I’ve to play the final scene of ‘The Dropout’ on Tuesday. I am going to give my Sunday to you.'”

“I actually bent over backwards whereas enjoying the toughest position of my life.”

The actor added, “I actually bent over backwards whereas enjoying the toughest position of my life.” Whereas the half in the end went to Grande, who had been dreaming of the position for years, Seyfried noticed the audition as a studying expertise. “I feel it additionally taught me how far I’ve come as a singer, which I actually wished to show,” she mentioned.

Seyfried wished to show her progress since her 2012 efficiency in “Les Misérables,” a task she’s beforehand mentioned she still has nightmares about and want to redo right this moment. “Ever since ‘Les Mis,’ I used to be like, I should be higher. I have to do higher. So no matter comes subsequent by way of musicals, I am lastly ready.”

In November 2021, director Jon M. Chu introduced the “Depraved” film would star Grande as Glinda, reverse Cynthia Erivo as Elphaba, the Depraved Witch of the West. Although additional forged members haven’t been revealed but, Chu has since shared the film shall be launched in two movies: the primary in December 2024 and the second in December 2025. After initially planning to start out filming in March, the forged will now start rehearsals in August in England.

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