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Keira Knightley and Carrie Coon are starring in the new historical crime drama film "Boston Strangler," which tells the story of the reporters who broke the story of the real-life murderer in the '60s. Access Hollywood's Zuri Hall talked to the actresses about the film, which Kiera called a "love song to female investigative journalism." The stars also discussed how they bonded over both being mothers of young children and having "each other's backs" on set. Plus, Keira looked back two decades since "Bend It Like Beckham" and joked about what she'd tell that younger version of herself. "Good abs! Make the most of those, baby, because they're not going to stick around for the whole of your life," she quipped. "Boston Strangler" is streaming now on Hulu.