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, Jackson and Hathaway take their box-office battle of misery to the Internet in an epic holiday sad-off.
"My character works in a factory, everyone is mean to her. She loses her job," Hathaway says.
"You lose your job? Oh my god, everybody in my film has job security. 'Cause they're slaves," Jackson points out.
Decide for yourself:
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