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Best known for such films as “Mamma Mia!” and “Ted 2,” actress Amanda Seyfried co-stars with Russell Crowe and Aaron Paul in her upcoming film “Fathers and Daughters.” But she tells TODAY that she was most thrilled to work with the legendary Shirley MacLaine on the movie. She was also thrilled to do the weather with Al Roker during a previous TODAY appearance: “I always wanted to be a meteorologist,” she says – even though she claims to not know how many states there are! (Run time: 4:36)