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The Oscar-winning actress said she "worships" Melissa McCarthy, who took over the role.
"The Land of Steady Habits," starring Ben Mendelsohn, is a departure for the director, who's known for witty stories about women.
Can you tell me what particular part that was? It was a part that Oliver Platt eventually had in “Please Give.” He was Catherine
Oscar voting is underway. A word to the Academy: Don't forget some of this year's underdogs.
It's the time of year when critics release their lists of the year's best films. It feels like a competitive sport -- or a provocation, which all of these lists are, by nature. As in: "This is my list of the best films. If you don't agree, you're wrong."
Enough Said cleverly depicts the slippery slope of how a divorced masseuse named Eva (played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus) allows her new romance with Albert, a television archivist (James Gandolfini), to be tarnished by his ex-wife's post-divorce perspectives.
Holofcener's film, about two divorcees (Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus) trying to navigate the tricky waters of middle
Director Nicole Holofcener joins Ricky to talk about working with James Gandolfini.
Nicole Holofcener brings a wonderfully humane approach to the subject with Enough Said, a bittersweet romantic comedy made all the sadder by the fact that it represents one of James Gandolfini's final performances onscreen.
The first trailer for Nicole Holofcener's "Enough Said," featuring the last lead performance from James Gandolfini, debuted