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Charlize Theron and Amanda Seyfried chat to Stylist

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Pistols, period costume and the dubious appeal of moustaches were up for discussion as Stylist.co.uk caught up with leading Hollywood ladies Charlize Theron and Amanda Seyfried.

The glamorous pair co-star in Seth MacFarlane comedy A Million Ways To Die In The West. Charlize plays "Smoking Guns" Anna, the gun-toting heroine who takes the hapless Albert (MacFarlane) under her wing. Amanda is "Gold Digger" Louise, a sleek and fashionable lady who is after the heart - and wallet - of a moustached Foy (played by Neil Patrick Harris).

Come watch them chat Westerns, off-screen laughs, the painful dress designs and their characters' taste in men - as well as the scope of roles for women in Hollywood, below...

A Million Ways To Die In The West is in cinemas now

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