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    Shay Mitchell: A Back Stage Exclusive

    "You only live once, so why not live the life you dream of?" asks Shay Mitchell, and she's doing exactly that in the plum role of Emily Fields on the highly anticipated "Pretty Little Liars."

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    Joan Rivers Can't Get Off the Elevator

    Joan Rivers has been a lot of things. She's been a star of late-night TV. She's been a menace to celebrities on the red carpet. She's been whatever word you call people who appear on reality television shows.

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    Cheers to Her

    Jane Lynch is not Sue Sylvester. Yes, this is tough to imagine, given how thoroughly she inhabits the towering inferno of a cheerleading coach on "Glee."

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    Erin Darling: A Back Stage Exclusive

    After getting her start on "General Hospital" at age 13, Bridgit Mendler soon landed the dreamy role as the love interest of—hold your breath—Nick Jonas, on the Disney Channel's "Jonas."

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    Emmy Roundtable: Drama Actresses

    What if all the actresses wore the same modest outfit to the Emmys? Glenn Close's suggestion prompted unanimous mock agreement. "Let's do it!" agreed Sandra Oh.

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    Noble Cause

    In Fox's sci-fi hit "Fringe," Australian thespian John Noble embodies the central part of mad scientist Walter Bishop with unabashed vigor.

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    'Dead' Again

    Director George A. Romero, master of the zombie horror genre, discusses his sixth zombie film, "Survival of the Dead," which hits theaters May 28.

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    Range Rover

    Perhaps best known as the wisecracking sidekick in the "National Treasure" movies, Justin Bartha is currently making his Broadway debut in an acclaimed production of "Lend Me a Tenor" under the direction of Stanley Tucci.

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    Bridgit Mendler: A Back Stage Exclusive

    After getting her start on "General Hospital" at age 13, Bridgit Mendler soon landed the dreamy role as the love interest of—hold your breath—Nick Jonas, on the Disney Channel's "Jonas."

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    Sister Act

    The first time Nora Ephron and her sister Delia Ephron collaborated on a project, it was the 1993 film "This Is My Life," which Delia wrote and Nora directed.