Anna Chlumsky at the 69th Annual Director Guild Awards held at the Beverly Hilton - Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 4th February 20177
Sometimes, the biggest life lessons are the ones learned by other people. For someone desperate to earn the fame and recognition they rightly deserve, it can serve as an important revelation to see an ordinary person have fame thrust upon them. So goes the story of David Lipsky (Jesse Eisenberg), a young novelist and writer for Rolling Stone magazine, who spent five days with David Foster Wallace (Jason Segel) over the course of his book tour. Lipsky wanted to have everything that Wallace had, but when Wallace was faced with the news that his novel had become a New York Times bestseller, his life was set to change forever.
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She's in the running for an Emmy, but nothing can overshadow the big news of the day.
32-year old actress Anna Chlumsky, who first rose to prominence in the 1991 drama My Girl has become a mother this week with the birth of her first child, a girl by the name of Penelope Joan So. The actress welcomed the baby with her husband, Shaun So, People Magazine reports. This news came ahead of a week of great highs for Chlumsky, who, also earned her very first Emmy nomination on Thursday, for the HBO series Veep. According to People, the little bundle of joy came into the world last Thursday, July 11th.
Chlumsky has remained active throughout her pregnancy.
“She’s a really good mix between my husband and me,” the Veep actress tells PEOPLE. “When she’s with him, you see him, and when she’s with me, you see me. She’s a perfect mix. We think she has my mouth, but it’s hard to tell. Even the color of her eyes, they are different in different light. But she has a really full head of hair.”
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Malcolm Tucker (Capaldi) is the acerbic communications director for Britain's Prime Minister, and right now he has to put out a fire started by Cabinet Minister Foster (Hollander), who called war in the Middle East "unforeseeable" in a radio interview. Foster's aides (Addison and McKee) are working to keep him on the crest of a tidal wave of attention after some American politicians (Kennedy and Rasche) take an interest in him. In Washington they also meet a tough Pentagon General (Gandolfini), while unseen forces seem determined to rush to war.
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