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Juno (1-Sep-2007)

Director: Jason Reitman

Writer: Diablo Cody

Keywords: Drama, Comedy, Pregnancy, Coming of Age

Minneapolis teenager Juno MacGuff's decidedly mundane life is turned upside down when she is forced to contend with an unexpected pregnancy.

ABSTRACT
Indie sensation Ellen Page stars in this coming-of-age comedy about Juno MacGuff, a Minneapolis teenager whose concerns quickly shift from people-watching and music to pregnancy when a sexual encounter with romantic partner Paulie Bleeker leads to events well beyond anything either of them could have bargained for. Juno's success as a film would help to launch the mainstream Hollywood careers of Page and writer Diablo Cody.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Candice Accola
Actor
13-May-1987   Caroline Forbes on The Vampire Diaries
Jason Bateman
Actor
14-Jan-1969   Arrested Development
Cameron Bright
Actor
26-Jan-1993   Ultraviolet
Michael Cera
Actor
7-Jun-1988   George-Michael Bluth on Arrested Development
Daniel Clark
Actor
14-Oct-1985   Degrassi: The Next Generation
Jennifer Garner
Actor
17-Apr-1972   Alias
Allison Janney
Actor
19-Nov-1959   C. J. Cregg on The West Wing
Ellen Page
Actor
21-Feb-1987   Juno
Emily Perkins
Actor
4-May-1977   Sue Lewis on Da Vinci's Inquest
J. K. Simmons
Actor
9-Jan-1955   J. Jonah Jameson in Spider-Man
Olivia Thirlby
Actor
6-Oct-1986   Juno
Rainn Wilson
Actor
20-Jan-1966   Dwight on The Office

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