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Sally Field Takes To Facebook To Woo A Younger Man In 'Hello, My Name Is Doris' Clip

Michael Showalter's new movie opens March 11.

Sally Field hasn't exactly gone anywhere, but her new movie feels like a comeback anyway. "Hello, My Name Is Doris" marks Field's first big-screen lead since 2007's little-seen "Two Weeks." In the film, directed and co-written by Michael Showalter, Field plays the titular New York spinster who develops a crush on a much younger new co-worker (Max Greenfield). Between hoarding tendencies and colorful attempts to win her colleague's affection, Doris' life becomes a series of batty mishaps. 

The Huffington Post and its parent company, AOL, have an exclusive clip that shows just one method Doris uses to woo her potential new suitor: a phony Facebook profile created by the granddaughter (Isabella Acres) of her best friend (Tyne Daly). See Doris swoon at the thought of brokering the May-December romance in the clip, and catch "Hello, My Name Is Doris" in theaters on March 11.

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