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Amanda Seyfried doting on her sleepy dog Finn on set of The Crowded Room

Amanda Seyfried went to work in Brooklyn, New York early on Wednesday morning.The actress was seenfilming scenes for her new roleopposite Tom Holland in Apple TV Plus’ anthology series The Crowded Room. The blonde beauty seemed to be taking her role as Rya seriously as she looked pensive on set.But the star still took time out to cozy up to her dog Finn that looked like he wanted to nap.

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