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    Sundance '11: Hamish Linklater

    Hamish Linklater describes the road that led to him being cast in "The Future" as "long, arduous, painful, and ultimately rewarding."

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    'Loves Her Gun' Shares the Love

    The team behind SXSW film "Loves Her Gun" took journalists to a shooting range to try out pistols for themselves.

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    Michelle Yeoh Brings 'The Lady' to Life

    Michelle Yeoh plays Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi in Luc Besson's biopic 'The Lady.'

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    Beauty Queen

    It's only fitting that Queen Latifah's namesake chess piece is the one that can move in any direction. There's hardly a title this Queen doesn't own.

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    Runaway Talents

    Andrea Riseborough, Josh Hutcherson, Garrett Hedlund, Lucy Punch, de'Adre Aziza, Aaron Tveit and Erich Bergen are actors to watch.

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    Kathryn Hahn, "Free Agents"

    Hahn has taken on the female lead in "Free Agents," a new NBC comedy based on a British series, which pairs her and Hank Azaria as co-workers tentatively inching toward more.

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    Bryan and Sean Furst

    Who they are: Sean Furst is the founder and president of Furst Films, producing feature films, made-for-television movies, and television series. His younger brother, Bryan, joined the company in 2000 after graduating from NYU Film School.

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    Iris Rainer Dart: From Stage to Page and Back Again

    Iris Rainer Dart says she is relieved to be home on the West Coast following the grueling experience of writing her first Broadway musical, "The People in the Picture."

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    Chemistry Crash Course

    Two and a half years ago in this column I wrote about how to create onstage and onscreen romantic chemistry. I concluded that it was not something that just mysteriously happens between some lucky actors, like Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, although critics would have you believe that. I wrote ...

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    John C. Reilly and Christoph Waltz Bring 'Carnage' to the Screen

    Based on Yasmina Reza's play "God of Carnage," it has only four characters and—aside from brief opening and closing shots—takes place entirely in and around one Brooklyn, N.Y., apartment.