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Movies & TV
by Meg Grant, AARP The Magazine, September 23, 2010
Remember your high school nemesis? I bet you do. And I bet your mother remembers hers, and your grandmother too. Female rivalries that run deep are the subject of Disney's newest comedy, You Again, starring Kristen Bell, whose character learns her big brother is about to marry her teen mean girl (played by Odette Yustman). Bell sets out to try to unveil her soon-to-be sister-in-law's true colors, as the mother of the groom (played by none other than Jamie Lee Curtis) learns that the bride's aunt (Sigourney Weaver) is her old high school best-friend-turned-enemy. And the grandmas involved — played by Betty White and Cloris Leachman — have a similar past link.
Read more on Jamie Lee Curtis, Kristen Bell and Betty White in the November/December 2010 issue of AARP The Magazine.
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