Megan Fox Seduces Amanda Seyfried in 'Jennifer's Body' Featurette
Entertainment Tonight has got a hold of a brand new featurette for "Jennifer's Body" and made it available for viewing pleasure. This behind-the-scenes video takes the focus of attention on two of the leading characters, Jennifer Check and Needy Lesnicky, and displays extended footage where they lock lips among others.
The featurette also features in-depth interviews with stars, Megan Fox and Amanda Seyfried, and screenwriter Diablo Cody. While Megan and Amanda discuss on the character they are portraying in the movie, Diablo praises Amanda's work as Needy and talks the casting of Megan for the lead role. "[Producer] Mason Novick knew immediately that Megan was Jennifer," she recalls.
Jennifer is a gorgeous small town high school student who is possessed by a hungry demon. Making a transition from being "high school evil" to the real deal, she becomes a pale and sickly creature who hunts boys to feed her insatiable appetite. When Jennifer's act threatens the men population in the town, her best friend Needy must step up to protect the town's young men, including her nerdy boyfriend Chip.
From the noted "Juno" screenwriter comes a new comedy thriller film titled "Jennifer's Body". In addition to Megan Fox and Amanda Seyfried, the cast consist also of Adam Brody, Amy Sedaris, J.K. Simmons, Chris Pratt and many others. Directed by Karyn Kusama, this flick is expected to come out September 18 in U.S. theaters.
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