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    'Blood' Brother

    Ryan Kwanten loves westerns, so it didn't take much for him to sign on to first-time feature director Patrick Hughes' "Red Hill," a thriller that pays tribute to the genre and is set (and was filmed) in Kwanten's native Australia

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    Party 'Monsters'

    With a budget reportedly in the $15,000 range, director Gareth Edwards' "Monsters" proves that it doesn't take a lot of money to make a suspenseful, entertaining film.

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    The Horror, The Horror

    Roles in scary movies are offering new opportunities to actors—including Patrick Fabian and Ashley Bell of 'The Last Exorcism."

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    'Hereafter' and Now

    Peter Morgan owes his writing career to an attack of stage fright. "I sat backstage and said, 'I never want to do this again.'"

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    Waiting to 'Inhale'

    Better known for playing charming romantic leads, Dermot Mulroney has recently turned his attention to a darker, deeper role, in the thought-provoking "Inhale."

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    Rising Brit Star Adds Sizzle to `Sherlock Holmes'

    Benedict Cumberbatch's pals call him Ben. Viewers of his TV performance as a 21st-century Sherlock Holmes tend to favor "brilliant."

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    Ryan's Hope

    Amy Ryan had been a working actor on stage and screen for about 20 years when she became an overnight success in 2007, earning an Oscar nomination for playing the mother of a missing girl in "Gone Baby Gone."

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    Actor as 'Terrier'

    Despite Zack Silva's second-degree black belt in kenpo, a Japanese-Hawaiian form of martial arts, he has yet to play an action hero. He has, however, played good guy Alex Thomas on MyNetworkTV's limited-run series "Desire."

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    'True Blood' Breakouts

    Many great actors have come to our attention on the HBO series "True Blood." Two of our favorites, Deborah Ann Woll and  Joe Manganiello share how they made it this far.

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    'Undercovers' Stars Uncovered

    Two rising stars, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Boris Kodjoe, can now be seen as Samantha and Steven Bloom, married ex-spies who come out of retirement, on "Undercovers," the new NBC show from TV hitmaker J.J. Abrams.