Complying with "Almost Famous," Deschanel's choices expanded, enabling her to develop exactly what would definitely become a continuous preference for individual flicks. Showing up in "Manic" (2001), she played the sullen, troubled resident of a psychological facility and a fellow person's object of love. She easily shifted gears to come to be the tart-mouthed, small-town counter girl of a different indie, "The Good Girl" (2002), starring Jennifer Aniston and Jake Gyllenhaal. Turning her attentions to a music diversion that happened from an introduction at filmmaker Sofia Coppola's 2001 Jazz party, she and actress Samantha Shelton bound over a common interest in old Jazz requirements and decided to assemble an act.
With duration outfits and a little support band, the starlets would definitely trek throughout Los Angeles between acting tv programs, doing in clubs under the moniker of If All the Stars Were Pretty Babies.