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    Julia Louis-Dreyfus Is Nude and Proud on the Cover of Rolling Stone

    Wowza. Four-time Emmy winner and 53-year-old "Veep" star Julia Louis-Dreyfus sure looks good on the cover of the latest Rolling Stone issue -- and she's naked!

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    'Veep' Season 3 Review: Selena Meyer Is Back and More Politically Incorrect Than Ever

    America needs Vice President Selena Meyer. As played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus, she's the flustered, flitting quipper-snapper of the West Wing, and the acridly hilarious center of HBO's "Veep," back on HBO April 6. And while she sincerely believes that the political universe revolves around her and onl...

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    5 TV Characters Who Defy Their Own Stereotypes

    With the golden age of television now on the rise, one can't help but appreciate the noticeable progression in both comedies and dramas as they begin to introduce new layers to their characters never seen before.

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    Q & A: Indie Hit 'Enough Said' Is Oscar Race Dark Horse

    Nicole Holofcener is one of those respected specialty players who has never crossed over to the mainstream. Now may be her time. With rave reviews and strong box office and an awards push from Fox Searchlight (which developed the project from a pitch), "Enough Said" could wind up a strong contender ...

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    Review: Nicole Holofcener's 'Enough Said' Starring James Gandolfini, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Catherine Keener & More

    The one constant surprise about getting older is that the ongoing lesson you soon learn is that you'll never figure it all out. Whatever you seemed confident and sure about at twenty becomes more nuanced by thirty and by the time you're seeing forty on the horizon, what was important two decades ago...

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    Julia Louis-Dreyfus On Returning To Film Work, Her Love For Nicole Holofcener and the New Season of 'Veep'

    A week after it made its very well received debut at the Toronto International Film Festival, Nicole Holofcener's fifth feature film "Enough Said" is hitting theaters. With that comes the first major film role for television icon Julia Louis-Dreyfus since 1997's "Deconstructing Harry."

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    Interview: Nicole Holofcener Talks Working With The Late James Gandolfini & Julia Louis-Dreyfus For 'Enough Said'

    Writer/director Nicole Holofcener has only made five movies since 1996 (including “Walking and Talking,” “Lovely and Amazing,” “Friends With Money,” and “Please Give”), but each is an insightful, smart, female-centric gem about modern human connections.

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    Summer Talk: The Film Society of Lincoln Center Adds Final Discussion with 'Enough Said' Director Nicole Holofcener

    Writer-director Nicole Holofcener will participate in The Film Society of Lincoln Center's final Summer Talk, in which she will discuss her upcoming comedy "Enough Said," The Film Society announced today.

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    It's Like You're There! Watch TIFF Press Conferences For 'Gravity,' '12 Years A Slave,' 'Prisoners,' 'Labor Day' And More

    If you are stuck having to watch all the Toronto International Film Festival action from the sidelines, fret not—another aspect of the festival will now come straight to your computer screen. The overlong, occasionally awkward press conferences that accompany each of the big films at TIFF have been ...

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    TIFF Review: Nicole Holofcener's 'Enough Said' Starring James Gandolfini & Julia Louis-Dreyfus

    The one constant surprise about getting older is that the ongoing lesson you soon learn is that you'll never figure it all out. Whatever you seemed confident and sure about at twenty becomes more nuanced by thirty and by the time you're seeing forty on the horizon, what was important two decades ago...

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