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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.

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    Just Write

    Asked about her process, Rebeck simply says, "I write a lot." She takes few days off and usually writes for hours at a time. "I've learned it's like practicing piano," she muses.

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    'Come and Gone' and Come Again

    "Acting is in your soul," asserts LaTanya Richardson Jackson, who is returning to the New York stage after a 20-year absence to make her Broadway debut in 'Joe Turner's Come and Gone'.

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    Gavin Creel Tunes In to the '60s

    Funny how things happen. Gavin Creel moves to New York a decade ago as a kid out college, toils for a few years, and then boom: a lead role in 'Thoroughly Modern Millie' and a Tony nomination for best actor.

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    'Porn' Star

    Isabella Rossellini's latest project, 'Green Porno', opens with her strolling through a forest of 22 6-foot penises made from construction paper. Confused? Let's back up.

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    Piece of Cake

    British-born Jonathan Cake has been a steadily employed actor on both sides of the Atlantic throughout his career. Now based in New York and enjoying a featured role in the Roundabout Theatre Company revival of Christopher Hampton's 'The Philanthropist'.

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    Officer and a Gentleman

    Though you might not recognize him, Robert Ben Garant seems to be everywhere this summer.