Check out what the movie's stars Amanda Seyfried, Christopher Egan, and Gael García Bernal had to say about filming in Italy, getting over bad breakups, and the chemistry on set. ), who respond to love letters as "Juliet." Amanda responds to a lost 50-year-old letter and inspires its author to travel to Italy and embark on a journey to search for her long-lost love.Letters to Juliet is indeed, it has to be admitted, bread and butter cinema, and at times deeply silly.But, as Sophie's unreliable boyfriend would be the first to point out, a crisp hunk of bread and a pat of creamy butter can be a fine thing.
You can also catch up with our comprehensive daily recaps, which not only cover the first season of AMC online, but also 1995 through AMC's 2011 finale on ABC.Amanda Seyfried's star continues to rise with the release of this week's romantic dramedy 'Letters to Juliet,' co-starring Christopher Egan, Gael Garcia Bernal and real-life couple Franco Nero and Vanessa Redgrave.In the film (in theaters Friday), Seyfried plays Sophie, a fact checker for the New Yorker who travels to Verona, Italy (aka the city where Romeo met Juliet), with her fiance, played by Gael Garcia Bernal.A few weekends ago, Moviefone had the honor of flying to Verona to interview the entire cast of 'Letters to Juliet,' where we got the full scoop on the film, plus more. A little news item from yesterday, "Nurse being kissed in iconic wartime picture dies, aged 91" led me to re-evaluate Letters to Juliet, the memorably forgettable romcom currently on release.