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Nora Ephron on aging, bras, and her next film

The author of “I Feel Bad About My Neck,” disses books that glorify getting older and menopause, but at 65 she’s in her prime. Listen to her interview.
/ Source: TODAY

You may not recognize her name. But there’s a very good chance you know her movies. Nora Ephron wrote the screenplays for some of the most memorable and best loved romantic comedies — “When Harry Met Sally,” “Sleepless in Seattle,” and “You’ve Got Mail.” She also wrote the screenplay for the political drama “Silkwood.” But Ms. Ephron also writes about her own life. In the novel “Heartburn,” she wrote about a married couple, based on her failed marriage to Washington Post reporter Carl Bernstein. And in her latest book, “I Feel Bad About My Neck” — a collection of witty and humorous essays — she explores growing older, dealing with menopause, searching for the perfect purse, going through divorce … and loving cabbage strudel.’s Louise Witt interviewed Ephron to talk about her book and answer your questions about her movies, her life, and much, much more. () Ephron talks about buying all her underwear online, blogs, the virtues of cheese (and butter), her next movie, about a woman who cooks all the recipes in Julia Child's “Mastering the Art of French Cooking,” and why she never made a sequel to “When Harry Met Sally.” Listen to her interview.