Who remembers the old story of Little Red Riding Hood? Do you recall the young girl having antlers or horns of some kind? Well, maybe you never imagined or saw drawings of such ornamental head fixtures because of that red hood. Thanks to the site Hot Women, we can now see what's sticking out of Amanda Seyfried's head as she plays the titular lead in Catherine Hardwicke's The Girl With the Red Riding Hood. Head over to the site for more full-size images.

In this very dark version of the classic fairy tale, the actress plays Valerie, a girl stalked by a werewolf. She goes in search of a hunter/woodcutter to kill the beast, and I do believe she'll also fall in love with the guy (played by Shiloh Fernandez). Could wearing horns on her head be a way to attract this hunter? It looks more like she's wearing them, attached to her headband, as opposed to them growing out of her skull. But is pretending to be a deer the best way to gain the attention of a hunter?
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