He's crazy and if he let us we'd just play all day.
Q: In the real world, do you feel that this type of romance and this type of love generally works out, especially with such distance between the two persons?
Channing: I think you can make whatever work that you really, really want to make work.
I think it gets painful and it's really funny the things that you -- with the person not being there -- what it does to you.
And if you lose that battle, I still think that if it's meant to be, it's going to happen, it's going to come back to you. I definitely think there's just that one person in the world for everybody, I don't know, it's completely possible.
Los Angeles: "Les Miserables" actress Amanda Seyfried has reportedly found love in actor Thomas Sadoski.
The 30-year-old actress and "The Newsroom" star first became friends when they co-starred in the Off Broadway play "The Way We Get By" last year.
And while it may sound like business as usual, yet another Hollywood actress out to prove she’s serious, it’s a very big deal for Seyfried because the thought of getting up in front of audience has always been paralyzing.
A few years ago, she famously downed a couple of shots of Jameson to calm her nerves before going on Letterman and appeared drunk on TV.