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    It's a Dark, Dark, Dark, Dark World

    "The Girl Who Played With Fire" director Daniel Alfredson talks about taking over the series' reins and working with lead actors Noomi Rapace and Michael Nyqvist

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    It's a 'Mother' of a Role

    What might Buck Henry do differently if he could redo his career? "I'd be born later," the veteran actor-writer quips. "That means I'd be younger."

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    A Standup Guy

    Bobcat Goldthwait is virtually unrecognizable from the crazy, screeching persona he created in the 1980s.

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    VIDEO: French Stewart of 'Alpacas'

    Actor French Stewart talks to Backstage.com about his two roles in the play "Matthew Modine Saves the Alpacas."

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    Just Write

    Asked about her process, Rebeck simply says, "I write a lot." She takes few days off and usually writes for hours at a time. "I've learned it's like practicing piano," she muses.

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    Waiting to 'Inhale'

    Better known for playing charming romantic leads, Dermot Mulroney has recently turned his attention to a darker, deeper role, in the thought-provoking "Inhale."

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    'Hereafter' and Now

    Peter Morgan owes his writing career to an attack of stage fright. "I sat backstage and said, 'I never want to do this again.'"

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    'Legacy' of the Future

    Meet Joseph Kosinski, the maestro behind "TRON: Legacy," the highly anticipated sequel to 1982's "TRON."

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    No Longer 'Chasing' Roles

    Jane Alexander and Lynn Cohen frankly admit they've never tackled roles like those in Tina Howe's new tragicomedy 'Chasing Manet'.

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    VIDEO: Ted Mann from Circle in the Square

    Recently, Back Stage sat down with Theodore Mann, Artistic Director of the Circle in the Square Theater School.