Audiences fell in love with Amanda Seyfried as endearing characters in the likes of Mean Girls and Mamma Mia. But, in recent years, the actor has cemented her Hollywood legacy playing complicated, compelling women – from the Oscar-nominated Mank to the Emmy-nominated The Dropout. And she is feeling tougher than ever: "Nothing can crush me, when it comes to work. I’m uncrushable", Seyfried tells PORTER, as the latest cover star of The EDIT. From family life on her farm to why rejection doesn’t sting like it used to.
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