Julia Louis-Dreyfus doesn't feel there can ever really be enough said about her most recent movie co-star James Gandolfini, so she used a movie premier on Tuesday night to make that point, referring to him often. And Jerry Seinfeld seemed to feel the same way, joining her in support on the Red Carpet as she paid tribute to Gandolfini and his role in "Enough Said."
Louis-Dreyfus says Tony Soprano wasn't who James Gandolfini was in real life; he was Albert, the man she falls in love with in the movie.
Seinfeld said he welcomed the opportunity to get to see James' work again, and, of course, he wished it were under other circumstances, with the premiere this week held almost three months to the day when the actor died from a heart attack in June.
Gandolfini may have been the name most often used by the Seinfeld sitcom co-stars during the movie premier this week, but it is Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jerry Seinfeld sparking entertainment conversations right now. And Julia is receiving rave comments from those involved with the Enough Said movie project for her ability to transition from pure comedy on a small television screen to morphing into a dramatic comedy actress on the big screen.
And as far as Seinfeld goes, his transition from television to the World Wide Web is making an impact as well, with his Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee drawing more and more fans with each new season.
So if you haven't entered Jerry's Cup of Coffee Contest on Facebook, then you still have until Sept. 21, so get to brewing. And don't forget to check out Julia this week at one of the Atlanta theaters showing Enough Said.
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