Some big honors for the leading lady of HBO's hit series "Veep" and the feature romantic comedy "Enough Said."
Julia Louis-Dreyfus took home the Emmy for best comedy actress Sunday night for her role as the vice president. She also returned to the big screen over the weekend starring in the romantic comedy "Enough Said."
While "Enough Said" only opened in limited release on four screens, it earned more per theater than any film this weekend. The movie is scheduled to open in Austin next Friday.
"Enough Said" is the last film James Gandolfini starred in before dying of a heart attack earlier this year.
"I miss him more than I can say and I'm really sorry he's not here to enjoy the triumph of his performance," Dreyfus said.
While Dreyfus said she has bittersweet feelings when seeing their scenes together, it's a memory she's fortunate to have.
"I think this is something to really celebrate because his performance is part of his legacy, it's unlike anything he's ever done before and so I think this is a gift," Dreyfus said.
YNN: Julia Louis-Dreyfus scores on screens big, small
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