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Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts Quarrel in First 'August: Osage County' Trailer

May 11, 2013 (3:22 am) GMT
Streep's Violet and Roberts' Barbara often get into conflict as both mother and daughter cannot understand each other in the star-studded film co-produced by George Clooney.

Building the anticipation before the film's November 8 release, the first trailer for -produced "" has been debuted via ABC News. The video not only boasts the film's star-studded cast ensemble, but also previews a love and hate relationship between a mom and a daughter as portrayed by and .

A dysfunctional family, the Westons are trying to mend a broken relationship among them following the death of dad Beverly. For the long-separated family, reunion seems to be quite a struggle as Violet (Streep) often gets into a heated argument with her daughter Barbara (Roberts), who later admits to her husband, "This mad house is my home."

Directed by John Wells, the film is a tale of the strong-willed women of the Weston family, whose lives have diverged until a family crisis brings them back to the Midwest house they grew up in, and to the dysfunctional woman who raised them.

Penned by Tracy Letts, the drama flick also stars , , , , and Julianne Nicholson.

Jean Doumanian, Grant Heslov, Steve Traxler and Harvey Weinstein serve as co-producers for the pic, which is based on Letts' play of the same name.



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