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Now that she's gone from "Saturday Night Live," we're entering a new phase of Kristen Wiig's career. The actress already had a monster hit under her belt thanks to "Bridesmaids," but to her credit, she didn't rush into the first paycheck that came along, mixing big-time comedies like this Christmas's duo of "The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty" and "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" with indies like the upcoming "Hateship, Loveship" and "The Skeleton Twins." But the first big-screen gig she took after the success of "Bridesmaids" was "Imogene." Directed by "American Splendor" pair Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini, the dark comedy screened at Tiff last September, before Lionsgate & Roadside Attractions picked it up, and retitled it "Girl Most Likely." And now a trailer has arrived, via JoBlo's YouTube account. The film sees Wiig as a playwright who fakes her suicide in order to win back an ex-boyfriend, which »

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