He was the object of Amanda Seyfried's affection in Mamma Mia! Now, Dominic Cooper plays a bad boy rocker in the hilarious Tamara Drewe.
Dominic Cooper, 34, (Tamara Drewe, An Education) has kept people guessing with his on-again, off-again relationship with Mamma Mia! costar Amanda Seyfried, but he didn't seem distracted while vacationing this week in Ischia, Italy, hitting the beach with Ethiopian-born actress Ruth Negga, 30.
If he looks familiar, it's probably because he played a young Liam Neeson in 2004's Kinsey, about the life of biologist, zoologist and sexologist Alfred Kinsey — also starring Peter Sarsgaard, John Lithgow, Tim Curry, Oliver Platt, Timothy Hutton, Laura Linney and Chris O'Donnell — but now Benjamin Walker is portraying an even greater historical figure, the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, in director Timur Bekmambetov and writer Seth Grahame-Smith's Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
It looks like Amanda Seyfried, 26, has officially bounced back from her breakup with Ryan Phillippe, and now she's on to another pretty boy actor — Josh Hartnett, 33. Seyfried and Hartnett have been seeing each other since January, according to Us Weekly.
So it may not be the most historically accurate movie ever made, but the highly anticipated Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, starring Benjamin Walker (pictured), Dominic Cooper, Anthony Mackie, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, has already become an Internet sensation.
There's no question about who the love of Amanda Seyfried's life is. The Red Riding Hood actress has made no bones about the fact that the creature dearest to her heart is her dog, an Australian Shepherd named Finn.
“Arrogance may not be a uniquely American trait, but I must say you do it better than anyone.” So sneers Hugo Weaving’s dastardly Johann Schmidt/Red Skull the first time he squares up to the walking red, white, and blue that is Steve Rodgers – otherwise known as Captain America.
Skimming the synopsis of this film you might find yourself slightly tempted to scoff at the premise – I know I did: “Frank Perry is a lifer; in prison for the rest of his natural born days.