In Morning Glory the gorgeous Rachel McAdams stars as a career crazy TV producer, who's taken on the bold (if not naive) task of reviving a failing breakfast TV show.
McAdam's is all grown up in the movie, coming a long way since her days as bitchy Regina George in Mean Girls. And unlike The Notebook, in which she also starred, Morning Glory is a feel good film that will have you setting your sights on a promotion or your dream job in no time.
There's a bit of romance in Morning Glory, fortunately for Rachel not with Harrison Ford, who stars as an old surly news reader, but with her fellow producer - the cute Patrick Wilson.
But what the films really about is a young woman doing everything in her upmost power to make what she believes in work.
This premise, teamed with a cracking performance from Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton, and their on-screen feuds, makes Morning Glory a film worth watching.
MyDaily went along to the London press conference for the film and captured what Rachel McAdams had to say about her latest hit - including her to being compared to Audrey Hepburn and her views on breakfast TV.
Watch the video below...
Morning Glory is in cinemas from 28 January.
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