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    Way Past Cool

    Christian Slater has left behind his safe and cynical bad-boy image and begun to re-examine his career and his craft.

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    Waiting to Excel

    Whether she's setting her soon-to-be ex-husband's car ablaze in Waiting to Exhale or strutting her stuff with an uncanny resemblance to legendary performer Tina Turner in What's Love Got to Do With It, Angela Bassett always brings the right balance of toughness and vulnerability to her characters.

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    Ryan's Hope

    Amy Ryan had been a working actor on stage and screen for about 20 years when she became an overnight success in 2007, earning an Oscar nomination for playing the mother of a missing girl in "Gone Baby Gone."

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    Facing the Truth

    Hugh Dancy has no choice but to agree when it's pointed out to him that he has thus far made a career of playing lucky, confident, blithe men in beautiful period pieces.

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    People Person

    In last year's monster hit "The Hangover," Rachael Harris terrorized audiences as Melissa, a sharp-tongued control freak with no concept of personal space.

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    From 'Deep Space' to 'Cairo'

    As an actor of Arab descent, Alexander Siddig has strong feelings about what roles he'll tackle and conversely pass on.

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    Naomie Harris Goes Back to School in 'The First Grader'

    Harris plays Jane Obinchu in the heartwarming true story of Maruge, an elderly ex-revolutionary who, in post-imperialist Kenya, seeks the basic education denied him in his youth.

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    Gary Cole and Edi Gathegi Find 'Donuts' Delectable

    Gary Cole and Edi Gathegi are co-starring in the L.A. premiere of an acclaimed Broadway play. They portray the primary characters in the Geffen Playhouse's staging of "Superior Donuts."

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    First & Hope

    Despite having worked as an actor for more than 30 years, Brooke Shields has never been given the chance at an opening night in a musical. All that changes  when "Leap of Faith" premieres next week.

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    Calling Card

    Actor Mark Setlock isn't really an employee of a high-falutin' New York City restaurant, he just plays one onstage. He plays that, plus about 30 of the most high-ego, low-I.Q. morons you'd never want to deal with, in his astoundingly successful one-man show Fully Committed.