Tavi Gevinson in Enough Said
It would be hard for us to obsess over Tavi Gevinson any more than we already do. At only 17, she maintains a blog, interviews Kim Gordon, is on a first name basis with Ira Glass, and runs her own magazine. Not. Too. Shabby.
As if she wasn't already busy enough, the high school senior is adding acting into the mix. She previously voiced a character in the animated film Cadaver, and now she's starring in Enough Said beside Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini. (It's the actor's final role, shot just before his death earlier this year.) If you're a Gevinson groupie, Seinfeld addict, or a Sopranos buff, this movie is for you.
Here's the rundown: Gevinson plays Chloe, the hip daughter of Julia Louis-Dreyfus' character, Eva. Eva starts a relationship with Albert (Gandolfini), only to realize that he's also the ex-husband of her new BFF. Things get complicated quick.
In this just released clip, Gevinson leads a breakfast convo about Saturday morning cartoons and finds out that Gandolfini has a lot more to say about the 'toons than she thought. Watch it below and let us know if you're going to be tuning in for this flick.