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    Help From Her Friends

    For Jill Soloway, becoming a writer began with Courteney Cox's Asshole. That was the name of the short story—a humorous tale about work, fame, and the bleaching of certain areas told from the point of view of a celebrity's personal assistant—that Soloway felt finally legitimized her ...

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    Sister Susan

    Perhaps it's ironic that Susan Sarandon is gracing the cover of our bi-annual Spotlight on Acting Schools and Coaches. After all, she has her doubts about the benefits of training for some actors. Though she majored in theatre (with a minor in philosophy and military strategy) at Catholic University ...

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    Standout Support

    Why isn't Don Cheadle a leading man? He's got the good looks, screen presence, and talent, certainly. It may be a color thing, in part—Hollywood seems to have an unwritten quota of African-American leading actors. But it may also be that Cheadle has proven himself such a ...

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    ACTOR'S ACTOR Kristen Bell: Life on 'Mars'

    Given her blonde good looks and beaming smile, one might assume Kristen Bell was destined for a career of playing fresh-faced girls next door and sweet, unassuming love interests. Instead the actor is slowly building an impressive résumé of prickly, multifaceted characters shaded with dark undertones.

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    Dominic Monaghan: Lost and Found

    Dominic Monaghan is calling from paradise. Currently residing on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, The Lord of the Rings star is shopping for a birthday present for his mother. An avid surfer, he is enjoying his time on the tropical isle, but this is hardly a vacation. Instead he is ...

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    Sense and Sensibility

    You may recognize Laura Linney's name or face. She has, after all, played significant roles in such popular films as Primal Fear, Absolute Power, and The Truman Show.

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    Terence Blanchard Provides ‘Streetcar’ with Sultry Sounds

    Producers Steven C. Byrd and Alia M. Jones recruited composer Terence Blanchard to score the show.

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    Robin Williams Talks Broadway and Club Comics at the Comedy Awards

    The legendary comic spoke to the press after receiving the Stand-Up Icon Award at the second annual Comedy Awards in New York.

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    Lone Scherfig Takes It 'One Day' at a Time

    Lone Scherfig burst onto the English-speaking scene in 2009 with "An Education," almost a decade after filming her Danish breakout, "Italian for Beginners."

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    Setting Sail

    Philip Seymour Hoffman has learned from some of the best, so it's no surprise that with his film directorial debut, "Jack Goes Boating," he proves himself a natural behind the camera as well.