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    Career Reruns

    When televisions first appeared in living rooms around the world, there were movie stars and there were TV stars. The real Hollywood celebrities of the 1950s and '60s would never have even considered downsizing to a smaller screen. But today many actors have found a solid place on television, a ...

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    The Professional Bathroom Singer

    Donna Lynne Champlin set out to prove that it she could accomplish a professional-sounding labor of love one a budget of $1000.

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    Finding 'Heaven'

    James Nesbitt says a major challenge in tackling Joe in "Five Minutes of Heaven" was that the character is based on a real person and the seminal event portrayed in the film happened.

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    'Cost of a Soul' Filmmaker Kirkpatrick on His Big Break

    For Kirkpatrick, who struggled for years trying to get anyone to even read his script before deciding to make the project on his own, winning the Big Break Movie Contest is truly his big break.

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    Moving 'Furniture'

    Writer-director-actor Lena Dunham talks about  about performing, directing fellow actors, and casting her mom and sister in a pair of key roles.

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    Through the Looking Glass

    Besides laughing out loud when she read Christopher Durang's "Why Torture Is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them," Laura Benanti was turned on by the prospect of doing a straight play.

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    Mabel Normand

    To cross genres and eras a bit, imagine the impish, doe-eyed beauty of Audrey Tautou in Amélie, mixed with the strong-willed zaniness of Lucille Ball, that constant catalyst for chaos.

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    For Real

    At the center of UPN's hit comedy Girlfriends is a universal message exemplified by the lives of four African-American women in L.A., played with rousing honesty by Persia White, Golden Brooks, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Jill Marie Jones (as pictured above): Life is always more fun when shared ...

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    More Than Just an Ass-Kicker

    A model since the age of 9, Milla Jovovich pushed herself to transcend her status as someone merely nice to look at.

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    Creature Featurer

    A Neil Marshall film generally means a bloody good time. Marshall recently chatted with Back Stage about his previous movies, getting respect for the horror genre, and casting calls.