Kathryn Hahn is Madly in Love with Rachel Weisz

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TheEllenShow published this video item, entitled “Kathryn Hahn is Madly in Love with Rachel Weisz” – below is their description.

Kathryn Hahn recently worked with Daniel Craig on the “Knives Out” sequel and explained to Ellen that she is “madly in love” with Daniel’s wife Rachel Weisz. The actress also explained why she thinks Halloween is exhausting and chatted about her new Apple TV+ series “The Shrink Next Door.”

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