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    It's Complicated

    In her new film "Cracks," Eva Green ups her game with the complicated role of the glamorous Miss G, a mysterious instructor at a British all-girls academy in the 1930s.

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    Mark Wahlberg on Why Making 'The Fighter' Became an Obsession

    The actor says he trained for four years, eight to 10 hours a day, not knowing whether the film would even get made.

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    The Good Guy

    Jason Ritter got his first taste of acting when he was a toddler with a predilection for set-crashing. Over the years, he has built a solid career crafting a résumé that marries beloved indies with mainstream fare.

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    What's Up With... Erica Beeney

    Where You've Seen Her: The Ohio State University M.F.A. graduate had a quick rise to fame as the winner of the second installment of Project Greenlight, with her screenplay The Battle of Shaker Heights.

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    Michael Shannon Delivers a Powerhouse Turn in 'Take Shelter'

    It's virtually impossible to discuss any performance by Michael Shannon without the word "intense" popping up.

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    Please the Court

    Though John Larroquette is best remembered as boorish attorney Dan Fielding on the NBC comedy "Night Court," the actor has carved out a memorable career playing comedy and drama.

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    Taking Flight

    As the mother of a teenage son with autism, Janet Grillo had explored the developmental disorder as an executive producer of the Emmy-winning documentary "Autism: The Musical."

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    Sundance '11: Paul Batiste

    Paul Batiste was cast as the lead in "Lord Byron," a micro-budget epic about a quiet man whose love of women leads him to the open road and a bizarre encounter in the bayou.

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    From Cast to Cast

    The latest theater foray for Pelikan is with Rogue Machine's U.S. premiere of writer-director Phyllis Nagy's "Never Land" at Theatre/Theater in Los Angeles.

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    The Importance of Being Observant

    As George Bernard Shaw once remarked, Britain and the United States are two nations divided by a common language.