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    Gary Ross Fulfills 'The Hunger Games'

    "The Hunger Games" director on Suzanne Collins' series, casting Katniss, and the "Twilight" comparisons

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    VIDEO: Jessica Chastain Shares the Joys of Live Performance

    Chastain has had the opportunity to perform in both theater and film, but she enjoys the stage since she receives an “immediate reaction from the audience.”

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    Giving Pause

    Those famous pauses; the mystery-and-menace quotient; the edgy, comic tone; the musical everyday language; the characters' erratic behavior—acting in the plays of Harold Pinter is a challenge. (Americans have the additional unavoidable burden of the British accents.)

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    Pilar Padilla: Over Borders, Over Frontiers

    It's hard enough trying to land a leading role in your film debut. Now imagine auditioning for your first film role, to be played mostly in a language you don't speak. You might say Mexican actor Pilar Padilla was an unlikely choice to play the lead in Ken ...

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    The Romeo of 'Juliet'

    Christopher Egan began acting at a young age in his native Australia; he and his three brothers appeared in several commercials. "I was the only one who was really passionate about it," he notes.

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    From Sir with Love

    Currently one of the great living legends of British acting, knighted for his service in 1997, Donald Sinden is not shy about telling firsthand tales of actors he has admired.

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    The Long Haul

    Michelle Monaghan has kicked ass in action flicks like "Mission: Impossible III" and "Eagle Eye" and scored laughs in rom-coms like "The Heartbreak Kid" and "Made of Honor."

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    Capathia Jenkins and John Dossett Cherish 'Newsies'

    The stage veterans, who have appeared in 16 Broadway shows combined, play burlesque theater owner Medda and Jack Kelly’s archnemesis Pulitzer in “Newsies.”

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    The 'A' List

    Patricia Clarkson and Stanley Tucci share more in common than critical accolades and impressive resumes. (Check out our exclusive photo gallery with these terrific actors!)

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    A 'Way' About Him

    Peter Weir is known for drawing terrific performances from actors, be it Mel Gibson verging on stardom in "Gallipoli," the cast of young unknowns for "Dead Poets Society," or Jim Carrey in "The Truman Show."