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Julia Roberts has a lot to be thankful for this holiday season. Her film August: Osage County hits theaters Friday, which has received Oscar buzz, and she has three healthy children at home.
So as she prepares for the holidays, she was asked at the Los Angeles premiere of her new film, also starring Meryl Streep, what her favorite dish to cook during this time of year is.
"My oldest son loves stuffing," Roberts told E! Online. "I grew up loving stuffing. It's in the genes. I'm from Georgia—stuff me!"
Moreover, as she promoted the film, the Oscar winner told HitFix she was drawn to August: Osage County because of its intimidation factor.
“Everything has its level of intimidation," she said. "I think that's what's appealing. This certainly had more places of being terrifying."
She admits of living up to a film adaptation of a respected, Pulitzer Prize-winning play, that she was terrified. But what really got her nerves going was the scene in which she attacks Streep's character. "I had nightmares about it," she said.
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