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Barbra Streisand has garnered more accolades then pretty much any entertainer in history, but she recently came out of leading lady retirement to play a mother taking a rocky road trip with her reluctant son in “The Guilt Trip.” A multiple Oscar, Grammy and Emmy award winner, Streisand, in the past 30 years, has only starred in four other films, three of which she directed and produced, that were nominated for numerous awards. While she recently was a Focker for two films, her last staring role was in 1996's “A Mirror Has Two Faces.” She agreed to star opposite Seth Rogen because he and the filmmakers, including director Anne Fletcher (“The Proposal,” “27 Dresses”), made her feel “wanted.” She was also attracted to the script by Dan Fogelman (“Crazy Stupid Love,” “Tangled”). “Mothers develop guilt trips,” Streisand said. “When I was working a lot, I’d feel guilty as a parent. I »

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