I was concerned about doing a sequel and repeating myself. That was before I read the script.
I think there's a danger of a being typecast as the all-American mom forever.
I felt they had really moved the characters in a direction that was very interesting. The family had really felt the impact of what had happened to the.
I wanted to play the part that Mary Kay played, the lawyer who wanted to have baby and felt her clock ticking, because it was something I could relate to.
I was raised in cities but I was raised in Texas, so there's a certain amount of connection to the earth.
I would like, certainly, to do different things.
I've seen my own kids go through their own ups and downs, and as a mother, you want to make it better.
It was my first scene in any movie and my only scene in Kramer vs. Kramer. I was petrified.
Larry Kasdan wanted us all there, all the time, even if we weren't filming.
I think a lot of the time, we don't give our family connections the kind of credit they deserve, like how important they are to us and how much they mean to us. I think family makes all the difference.
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