Susan Sarandon plays Richard Gere's wife in the scandal-filled drama Arbitrage, which is out tomorrow. We caught up with Susan at a recent press day to find out why she said yes to this particular role and also to hear about her advice for Hollywood's up-and-coming actresses like her costar Brit Marling. This film is one of the many Susan has coming out over the next few months, and one even centers on her number one hobby! Hear what Susan had to tell us about translating her love for ping-pong onto the big screen.
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