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The Jessica Rabbit Dress

Tonight, at the SAG Awards, it was the night to bare both shoulders in a gown dripping to the floor a’la Jessica Rabbit. Tonight’s women who took on the hourglass look were Jennifer Lawrence (Dior), Kerry Washington (Rodarte), Amanda Seyfried (Zac Posen), Tina Fey (Oscar de la Renta), and Jessica Chastain (Alexander McQueen)

(1.Photo Credit: Jordan Strauss/InvisionAP 2. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images 3. Matt Sayles/InvisionAP 4. Matt Sayles/InvisionAP 5. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images. See more red carpet photos on LA Times. Text by Jauretsi)

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Sundance Premiere: Lovelace
The Inside Source attended the premiere for Lovelace at the Sundance Film Festival. What seemed like a potentially silly movie on porn was instead a profound statement on domestic violence. “It was a fascinating story to tell,” Amanda Seyfried admitted to a room of over a thousand applauding guests. “I was looking for a challenge; it was the perfect fit for me. I wanted to be the voice of Linda. She wanted to be heard, and wrote a bunch of books [to express that]. She was an anti-porn activist, which we didn’t get much into in the movie, but she had so much to say. I wanted to make her feel validated.” In an era where porn is more hip than ever, this film questions the dark narratives lurking within.
(Adam Brody, Amanda Seyfried, and Peter Sarsgaard. Photo and Text by Jauretsi) 

Sundance Premiere: Lovelace

The Inside Source attended the premiere for Lovelace at the Sundance Film Festival. What seemed like a potentially silly movie on porn was instead a profound statement on domestic violence. “It was a fascinating story to tell,” Amanda Seyfried admitted to a room of over a thousand applauding guests. “I was looking for a challenge; it was the perfect fit for me. I wanted to be the voice of Linda. She wanted to be heard, and wrote a bunch of books [to express that]. She was an anti-porn activist, which we didn’t get much into in the movie, but she had so much to say. I wanted to make her feel validated.” In an era where porn is more hip than ever, this film questions the dark narratives lurking within.

(Adam Brody, Amanda Seyfried, and Peter Sarsgaard. Photo and Text by Jauretsi