Adorable as always, Amanda Seyfried graces the cover of ‘Elle’ April 2011, the US edition. Looking fabulous and flaunting a natural, particular beauty, the 25-year-old actress manages to rock a different, rather edgy look in a pictorial called “Amanda in Wonderland”. Photographed by Alexei Hay, Amanda appears surrounded by farm animals and dolls up romantic dresses from Valentino, Dolce & Gabbana and Fendi.

In the cover story, the “Red Riding Hood” star opened up to ‘Elle’ about her personality, her best on-screen kisses, falling in love on set, but also about her rumored romance with Ryan Phillippe and how she has taken her inspiration from Meryl Streep’s down-to-earth attitude.

“Meryl, she makes herself very accessible right away, almost too accessible. That’s what I do. And it totally works. My thing about meeting people – men, women, people in general – is to desensitize them, kind of shock them a little bit, to make myself accessible,” she told the magazine.

In the interview, Amanda also speaks about her outspoken personality. Even though she has a promising future in front of her, the young actress is not afraid to stay honest with herself. “I talk like I know what I’m saying, but I don’t.” She added that, “I like the freedom of being exactly who I am. And that’s gotten me into trouble.”

Lately, Amanda was spotted spending more an more time with Ryan Phillippe spurring the rumors the two are getting more serious about their relationship. On her rumored romance with Ryan, she told ‘Elle’ that, “Um, yeah. I’ve been ‘seen’ with him.”

About falling in love on set, she says this is so easy. “[It is] one of the easiest things in the world. You’re both open. You’re put in a situation where you have to make out with each other. It’s easy for things to get carried away.” She even reveals her best on-screen kisses. “I can’t lie. It didn’t suck making out with Channing [Tatum] and Justin [Timberlake],” she confesses.

Despite the fact that she’s only 25, Amanda was told to have Botox injected in order to face the cruel Hollywood competitiveness. “I was like, Damn you! But we’re in Hollywood. I’m on a huge screen. With these new digital cameras, you can see the peach fuzz on my face,” she told ‘Elle’.

Photos courtesy of Elle US