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    All in Good 'Time'

    Lizzy Caplan first gained notice as acerbic alterna-teen Janis Ian, a vulnerable soul who hides her insecurities beneath several layers of sarcasm and black eyeliner.

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    Twilight Years

    Though only 36 years old, Peter Facinelli has been in the business long enough to see his career run the gamut from teen heartthrob to action hero, without any label really sticking—a conscious choice on his part, he says.

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    Irish On

    Currently, Ciarán Hinds stars in McPherson's new film, "The Eclipse," playing Michael Farr, a widower who volunteers to chauffeur the lovely Lena (Iben Hjejle), a writer visiting his town's literary festival.

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    Monica Raymund: A Back Stage Exclusive

    "I just got out of school so I'm still trying to figure out how to be an adult," says Monica Raymund, and she's doing more than a capable job.

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    With 'Caligula,' Alfred Preisser Offers a 'Pleasureable Mess'

    "I did think it was important to have a non-traditional [cast], not really actors, but the people who actually do this," says writer-director Alfred Preisser about his new play "Caligula Maximus."

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    Mumblecore Queen

    Greta Gerwig has arrived. The actor formerly known as the "Mumblecore Queen" definitely has what it takes to play with the big boys.

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    VIDEO: Zoe Kazan

    Actress Zoe Kazan, of the Broadway play "A Behanding in Spokane," and the upcoming film "The Exploding Girl," talks to Back Stage about her craft.

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    Stella Maeve: A Back Stage Exclusive

    "I want people to take away from this movie that it doesn't matter what age you are or what sex you are, you can do anything," says Stella Maeve of rock n roll bio-pic "The Runaways."

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    VIDEO: Behind the Scenes with Henry Dittman

    In this week's edition of Behind the Scenes, Back Stage's film editor Jenelle Riley discusses upcoming movies with actor, host and writer Henry Dittman.

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    People Person

    In last year's monster hit "The Hangover," Rachael Harris terrorized audiences as Melissa, a sharp-tongued control freak with no concept of personal space.