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    'Long' Path to Broadway

    Standup comic Colin Quinn says he fancies himself an actor—if for no other reason than he's currently on Broadway, doing a solo show, "Long Story Short," at the Helen Hayes Theatre.

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    The Graduate

    Sometimes, Hollywood feels like high school: impenetrable cliques, appearance angst, and of course the sobering sting of rejection. Julia Stiles, who first garnered notice in high school–set flicks, knows this all too well.

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    Hammer Time

    For a young actor, could there be anything better than getting a role in a David Fincher movie written by Aaron Sorkin? If you're Armie Hammer, there is: getting two roles.

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    Living a Role

    Kimberly Elise had five gray hairs when she started working on Tyler Perry's film "For Colored Girls." By the time it wrapped, she had 50.

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    Good Ill Hunting

    Actor-writer-producer Darlene Hunt is just as quirky as some of the characters she creates for "The Big C," Showtime's unlikely new dramedy about cancer, starring Laura Linney.

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    Runaway Talent

    With an edgy new role and a sharp career outlook, Kristen Stewart is ready to leave 'Twilight' behind.

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    Imagine That!

    What kind of person would watch a then-unknown actor named Tom Hanks on a badly produced audition tape and choose him from among so many others to star in a series? Marcy Carsey would.

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    'Blood' Brother

    Ryan Kwanten loves westerns, so it didn't take much for him to sign on to first-time feature director Patrick Hughes' "Red Hill," a thriller that pays tribute to the genre and is set (and was filmed) in Kwanten's native Australia

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    Party 'Monsters'

    With a budget reportedly in the $15,000 range, director Gareth Edwards' "Monsters" proves that it doesn't take a lot of money to make a suspenseful, entertaining film.

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    The Horror, The Horror

    Roles in scary movies are offering new opportunities to actors—including Patrick Fabian and Ashley Bell of 'The Last Exorcism."