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    Primetime King

    For Alfred Hitchcock, it was, "Good evening." For Bernie Mac, his greeting to the television audience every week on his hit TV show comes down to one word: "America."

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     'Tetro' for Two

    Francis Ford Coppola is famous for the wines that bear his name and a series of luxury resorts around the world. He's also made a few movies. Not just films, but classics.

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    Taking 'Flight'

    As self-important sci-fi author Ronald Chevalier in "Gentlemen Broncos," the Clement sports lacquered-to-perfection hair and an impressive array of leather vests and high-waisted pants.

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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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    Being 'Good'

    As Tate Donovan tells it, he's had a relatively smooth-sailing career in 20-plus years, never having had to take a day job.

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    Women's Ware

    In a career spanning almost 25 years, Clarkson has tackled a spectrum of roles on Broadway, on television, and in film.

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    Accent on 'Youth'

    Director Miguel Arteta would like to be known as the man who gives voice to awkward dorks everywhere. "Dorkiness is my realm in which I live, so I celebrate dorkiness," the director says.

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    Behind the Scenes with Henry Dittman

    In this week's edition of Behind the Scenes, Back Stage's film editor Jenelle Riley discusses upcoming movies with actor, host and writer Henry Dittman.

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    Seattle Spirit

    In the offbeat indie comedy "Humpday," Alycia Delmore plays one corner of a very strange triangle. Though the men drive the plot, Delmore's performance is the glue holding the piece together.

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    'Welcome' Wagon

    There's no question Melissa Leo is a busy woman. In addition to appearing on the HBO series “Treme,” the Oscar nominee for “Frozen River” has no fewer than four films set for release in 2010.