Amanda Seyfried is getting quite a bit of love for her latest films "Lovelace" and "Les Misérables." But the actress is most proud of a little film she made back in the day with Tina Fey, Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams.
Yes, she's talking about "Mean Girls."
"It's been such a slow move for me," she told IndieWire. "I've just worked a long time. I've gotten a lot of cool opportunities here and there and I've made some good choices with the help of my amazing team.... I still look back at 'Mean Girls' as my best work."
At age 18, Seyfriend played the — ahem — well-endowed ditz Karen Smith, whose body parts had a knack for predicting the weather, in the Fey-written comedy. The film is one of the few burnished items in her cohort Lohan's filmography.
"I was so innocent. I was so green," Seyfried explained. "I look back and I'm like, 'Really, I thought I was doing a terrible job.' But it was written so well and so wonderfully directed. [Director] Mark Waters made me look good; he made me funny. And Tina Fey wrote the coolest script of all time. I'm so grateful for every experience."