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Judy Greer and Shailene Woodley from "The Descendants"

Monday, November 28, 2011

Judy Greer and Shailene Woodley talk about their roles in director Alexander Payne’s new movie, “The Descendants.” In it, George Clooney plays a man struggling to pull his life and family together after his wife ends up in a coma.

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Judy Greer and Shailene Woodley
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Comments [6]

betsy


Judy Greer plays the wife of Brian Speer she does not play one of George Clooney's daughters.

Nov. 28 2011 12:57 PM
MG from not from NJ

so I guess alaska is nothing like the "mainland" and what does a person from NJ and the Louisiana bayou have in common socially and geographically ? that a person from Nuevo Laredo and Seattle do not ? (other than living on the same landmass)
There are other people in this country other than MC WA's from the east coast ....

Nov. 28 2011 12:53 PM
DarkSymbolist from NYC!

Saw this over the holiday break. Very very good movie. Funny in parts, sad in others. Acting good all around.

Nov. 28 2011 12:52 PM
Peter from Manhattan

Both of these "women" sound like they're 16. Which one is the kid?

Nov. 28 2011 12:46 PM
Lissnah from NJ

@MG
Because its a tropical Island and is geographically and socially nothing like the mainland.
I also really loved the movie and all the acting was excellent. But it was a very sad movie, not a comedy of any sort.

Nov. 28 2011 12:46 PM
MG from Manhattan

Hawaii dosent feel like the USA? Oh So I suppose that the upper west side does?
Im from hawaii and comments like Leonard's are uber annoying. What makes LL say this ?

Nov. 28 2011 12:40 PM

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