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    Sunny Skies Ahead

    In the offbeat indie romantic comedy "Weather Girl," Tricia O'Kelley stars as Sylvia, a "sassy" morning show personality who must re-evaluate her life after an on-air meltdown.

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    His Way

    Anthony Mackie isn't one to mince words. He will openly tell you he's not a fan of Los Angeles: "I love the East Coast."

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    The Self-Aware Artist

    In 2007, Chris Pine was appearing in a L.A. production of Neil LaBute's "Fat Pig." The actor caught the attention of a Paramount Pictures exec who was looking for a young Captain James T. Kirk.

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    'Big' Time

    Though he has numerous TV appearances to his credit on shows like "Numb3rs" and "Jack & Bobby," Will Collyer has carved out a name for himself in Los Angeles on stage.

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     'Tetro' for Two

    Francis Ford Coppola is famous for the wines that bear his name and a series of luxury resorts around the world. He's also made a few movies. Not just films, but classics.

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    Sweat and Tears, Too

    Nelsan Ellis is full of stories. Ask him about the unusual spelling of his first name, and you'll learn about the uncle he was named after with whom he shares a birth date—though not the same year.

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    The Power of Imagination

    Karey Kirkpatrick has been writing screenplays for about 22 years, and, he jokes, "about 18 of those have been spent putting voices in furry creatures' mouths."

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    Knowing What Works

    "I don't know why he thought I could do this," Wood says. "But I thought he must know what he's doing, because he's Woody Allen."

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    Very, Very Extraordinary

    Onscreen, Bill Pullman has played a variety of genial, ordinary working-class fellows. Turns out, Pullman is a genial, extraordinary, creative, thoughtful, self-aware, and generous actor.

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    Three for the Road

    As Jim Halpert on the NBC comedy 'The Office', Krasinski has become synonymous with the word affable. But his charm might not seem a match for director Mendes, whose films are known for scratching at the dark underbelly of the seemingly mundane.