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    Sundance '11: Brit Marling

    Brit Marling is being billed as "the first female multi-hyphenate to have two films premiere side by side" at Sundance. Awkward a noun as "multi-hyphenate" is, it does the job.

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    Stephen Dillane & Travis Preston

    Two respected theatre artists are giving the Scottish play a new "voice." Macbeth (A Modern Ecstasy) stars Stephen Dillane in a solo version of Shakespeare's play, accompanied by a musical trio and a children's chorus, and opening at the REDCAT this week. On-screen, Dillane has played the lead ...

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    Intimate Moments

    Playing off one another moment by moment is, along with strong objectives, perhaps the most important aspect of good acting.

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    A World of 'Hurt'

    Jeremy Renner's virtuoso performance in 'The Hurt Locker' has already earned him Spirit Award and Gotham Award nominations and a Hollywood Breakthrough Award for best actor.

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    Sucking Up

    "True Blood's" Mariana Klaveno talks about the freedom of embodying a supernatural being, avoiding the urge to Google herself, and why she held onto her restaurant job through the second season

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    Growth Spurts

    When Zuzanna Szadkowski first auditioned for "Gossip Girl," she never dreamed that one day she'd hear throngs of teenage fans screaming her name.

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    A Wanted Man

    If you had to pick one person from "Cheers" who would go on to earn an Oscar nomination and headline blockbusters, it probably wouldn't have been Woody Harrelson.

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    No Ordinary Talent

    Autumn Reeser brings wit and confidence to teen queens and superhero sidekicks.

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    Olivia Colman Takes New Steps in 'Tyrannosaur'

    How does an actor with well-established comedic chops turn in a shattering performance in one of the year's most disturbing films? Olivia Colman did it in "Tyrannosaur."

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    Clear and 'Present'

    Have no doubt: The Tony- and Emmy-nominated Garber is thrilled to be back on a Broadway stage and adores inhabiting Garry Essendine, the self-indulgent, self-absorbed, womanizing matinee idol.