Jennifer Esposito To Play Subjugated Second-Fiddle To Val Kilmer's Hero

*Inspired by Shirley MacLaine's assertion that the best parts for actresses fall into one of the above categories.

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Strangely-underutilized actress and currently-divorcing newlywed Jennifer Esposito, 34, (Spin City, Crash) has signed on to star alongside Val Kilmer in the indie film Conspiracy, in which she'll play "the hardworking single mother of an 8-year-old daughter and the survivor of an abusive marriage," says The Hollywood Reporter. Conspiracy concerns a wounded war veteran (Kilmer) searching for a missing former colleague in an Arizona town; Esposito will, not surprisingly, play his girlfriend. Who at some point, we predict, will probably need rescuing. Esposito In 'Conspiracy' With Kilmer [HollywoodReporter]

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Appearance wise, I have always been fond of Jennifer Esposito. However, I have to question her judgment now that she's already getting divorced so soon after she was married, that she was in that awful WB show, and, most importantly, she has now chosen to star opposite Val "Keanu has more depth than me" Kilmer. You are 32, woman, get a grip.