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Kristen Wiig and Annette Bening star as a quirky mother-daughter duo in Girl Most Likely, now playing in theaters.
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Kristen Wiig and Annette Bening star as a quirky mother-daughter duo in Girl Most Likely, now playing in theaters.

Jul. 22-25: Girl Most Likely
Girl Most Likely is now playing at local theaters, including, but not limited to, the Landmark E Street Cinema, AMC Loews Georgetown 14 and the Angelika Film Center Mosaic in Fairfax. Kristen Wiig stars as a failed New York playwright, whose career and love life take a nosedive, forcing her to move in with her eccentric mother and younger brother in New Jersey. When she arrives, she finds a strange man staying in her old bedroom and an even stranger man sleeping in her mother’s bed. Can Imogene learn to embrace her roots? You can find out through Thursday.

Jul. 19-28: Legally Blonde The Musical
Encore Stage & Studio presents Legally Blonde The Musical. After her boyfriend dumps her for someone “serious,” bubbly Delta Nu Sorority sister Elle Woods enrolls at Harvard Law School, where she proves that being yourself never goes out of style. You can see the show through July 28 at the Thomas Jefferson Community Theatre in Arlington.

Music: “A Thousand Miles [Piano Instrumental]” by Robert Leynes

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