At Saturday’s Deadline THE CONTENDERS event Enough Said writer/director Nicole Holofcener told me during the Fox Searchlight presentation that she was purposely trying to make a movie that would have wider appeal than some of her previous indie-centric films. Looks like she succeeded as Searchlight reports this is her highest grossing film ever and will be crossing $15 million this week after hanging in for 7 weeks in the top 13. There’s deserved awards buzz for her original screenplay and stars Julia Louis- Dreyfus and the late James Gandolfini who sadly didn’t live to see the finished film. Okay, enough said. Take a look.
The Contenders 2013: ‘Enough Said’ Writer/Director Nicole Holofcener On Her Story: “It’s Just People” (Video)
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