Amanda Seyfried posed with her romantic comedy co-star Christopher Egan in a loving embrace at the premiere of their new film Letters to Juliet on Tuesday. Twilight star Peter Facinelli and his wife Jennie Garth were also feeling the red carpet romance. Amanda took time to chat with OK! about what her new film has taught her about love and relationships.
"It taught me actually that no matter what happens, if something is meant to be, it will happen," Amanda told OK! at the Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood. "I don’t feel like Lorenzo and Blair and this character in the movie found each other too late. I think that they were meant to go through their lives alone without each other and meet later. I think it’s a beautiful thing."
What would she say the message is in the film?
"Anything can happen and it's never too late to find that one person in your life that is going to change everything."
Letters to Juliet hits theaters this Friday!
Reporting By Gena Oppenheim