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Reese Witherspoon, Owen Wilson in first “How Do You Know” clip

By Sean O’Connell One of the final pieces of the ever-shifting Oscar puzzle snaps into place tonight when Sony screens James L. Brooks’ relationship comedy “How Do You Know” for press.

Will it be an awards-contending emotional laugher or a passable diversion for the holiday season? We’ll know in a few hours, as heads to New York City for the screening and subsequent interviews with Brooks and his cast: Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd, Owen Wilson and Jack Nicholson.

We’ll bring you coverage on the film as we lead up to its Dec. 17 opening, but for right now, Yahoo Movies has an exclusive clip of Witherspoon and Wilson heading toward what might be a romantic night. Or maybe not. See it here:

“Know” is Brooks’ first film since 2004’s “Spanglish.” It opens everywhere on Dec. 17.

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