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About Town: 'Morning Glory'

Patrick Wilson, left, Rachel McAdams and Harrison Ford
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"I've done a lot of morning shows in my life," said Harrison Ford (with Patrick Wilson, left, and Rachel McAdams), on how he researched his role.

New York, Nov. 7

It was a cool night in Manhattan for the premiere of Morning Glory at the Ziegfeld. Despite overcast skies, the star-studded cast and crew joined partygoers at the film's official after-party at the Central Park Boathouse.

For producer Sherryl Clark, working on this movie was a childhood dream come true: "I had to pinch myself everyday on set. I would see Diane Keaton sitting there just like Annie Hall, and then there was Harrison Ford, like Hans Solo or Indiana Jones."


"What I realized from this movie is that the news never ends." -- Rachel McAdams

While veterans Ford and Keaton held court at their respective tables, Rachel McAdams and J. Elaine Marcos worked the room.

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"It was extremely intimidating working with this cast," Broadway regular Marcos said. "It was like a master class in acting; you just have to soak in all that positive energy."