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Renee Zellweger's 'New In Town': Starring Winnipeg and Harry Connick Jr.

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You may recall that Renee Zellweger was in town a year ago filming her upcoming romantic comedy called 'New In Town' starring Zellweger and Harry Connick Jr.. Renee Zellweger shot a few scenes in Winnipeg, one in particular took place at the Winnipeg Airport where she completely slipped and fell head-over-heals onto her rear-end. Don't believe me? A local 'Pegger caught it on video!

As you can imagine, Renee Zellweger may not have the most fond memories of our beloved frozen town. With her 'New In Town' movie scheduled to release in theatres on January 30 2009, Zellweger is hitting the press circuit now and someone asked her directly what she thought of Winterpeg. Here was her response...

So cold that you're taking your life into your own hands to go out of the house. So cold that wearing the clothes I did on the set, the little skirts and thin jackets, was really stupid even if it did look funny. My only defense was lots of pantyhose -- like three or four pairs. - Renee Zellweger
Renee, come visit us in the summer! I swear, we do have one. You can read the rest of her interview over here.

Here's the movie trailer for 'New In Town' - starring Winnipeg.


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