Does Amanda Seyfried's 'Gone' Trick Audience?

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Is Amanda Seyfried going a little crazy in Gone, or is there really a serial killer on the loose? At the Hollywood premiere of her new thriller, the beautiful blonde star carpet-bombs a few spoilers and freely admits that the film tricks the audience!
"I think we trick the audience a little bit in certain ways, trying to make them think that my character is a little bit delusional," she explains, "but really, [the serial killer is] out there and he's really smart and she's coming to him -- and it's like nobody would ever do that unless they were in the situation that she is."
In the new suspense thriller, in theaters Friday, Amanda plays Jill Parrish, a woman that is convinced that her sister Molly has been abducted by the same serial killer from whom she escaped just a year before. With the clock ticking on her sister's life, Jill races against the sinking sun to find the killer and save her sister.
"I really like psychological thrillers because they always stick with me; I love how they manipulate the audience," says Amanda, adding, "And also it takes place in the dark woods of Portland, which is vast and deep and scary."