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Michael Pena, Rachel McAdams, The Lucky Ones (2)

Michael Pena, Rachel McAdams, The Lucky Ones (2)

Michael Peña as TK and Rachel McAdams as Colee in “The Lucky Ones,” which is directed by Neil Burger.
Photo credit: James Bridges

Rachel McAdams, Married Life (1)

Rachel McAdams, Married Life (1)

Rachel McAdams in “Married Life”.

Chris Cooper, Rachel McAdams, Married Life (3)

Chris Cooper, Rachel McAdams, Married Life (3)

Chris Cooper and Rachel McAdams in “Married Life”.

Pierce Brosnan, Rachel McAdams, Married Life (5)

Pierce Brosnan, Rachel McAdams, Married Life (5)

Pierce Brosnan and Rachel McAdams in “Married Life”.

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