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Trudie Styler previews 'Girls Most Likely'

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Movie producer Trudie Styler is behind the new and highly anticipated film 'Girl Most Likely' starring Kristen Wiig.

The movie tells the story of a woman who returns home to New Jersey after career failure in New York City.

"Two years ago, we created the movie company to really look at female driven projects. We are really proud that we are two years down the road and we have three movies coming out before the end of the year," said Styler.

The wife of music legend Sting says  breaking the glass ceiling in Hollywood is harder than you might think.

"Hollywood has a paucity of women who are screenwriters or directors," said Styler.

The movie opens this weekend.

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