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We Bought a Zoo
Opens December 23
It's a plot worthy of a John Irving novel: In 2006, English newspaper columnist Benjamin Mee decided, in partnership with his aged mother and four siblings, to buy a dilapidated 30-acre zoo and its 200 animals. Mayhem followed, and then tragedy, as Ben's wife suffered a recurrence of brain cancer. Matt Damon stars in this adaptation of Mee's memoir from Jerry Maguire director Cameron Crowe. Scarlett Johansson, Thomas Haden Church, Elle Fanning, and Patrick Fugit (the young reporter in Crowe's Almost Famous) costar. There's no word yet on whether Crowe will keep the book's English setting — the accent police are on alert.
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