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    Hannah, Malkovich Join Cast of 'Love'

    An eclectic mix of U.S. and international names headlined by Daryl Hannah and John Malkovich have signed up for Raoul Ruiz's period flick "Love and Virtue."

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    An Evening with... 'Babel'

    Back Stage, in conjunction with The Hollywood Reporter, is pleased to continue our "An Evening With..." series with a Los Angeles screening ofBabel.

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    Franco, McGraw Deployed to Haggis' 'Valley'

    James Franco, Frances Fisher, Tim McGraw and Jason Patric have joined the cast of "In the Valley of Elah," which already includes Tommy Lee Jones, Charlize Theron and Susan Sarandon.

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    Clive Owen to Have Two Films Out in 2007

    British actor Clive Owen is taking a break before deciding his next project as two films he is starring in are due out this year, he told Reuters.

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    Formerly 'Lost,' Perrineau Faces 'Demons'

    Former "Lost" cast member Harold Perrineau has sailed to a co-starring role on CBS' drama pilot "Demons."

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    Every actor needs top training. Back Stage has listings for great acting schools and coaches near you.

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    Michael Douglas is remarkably low-key—from

    Michael Douglas is remarkably low-key—from introducing himself to the reporter (as if she might not know who he is) to admitting that he was "never a natural actor and puked into the wastebasket before going on stage as a young man. Acting never came easy to me. I was ...

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    Cannes Abuzz over Seinfeld's 'Bee Movie'

    Forget the tuxedo. Jerry Seinfeld made his big appearance at the Cannes Film Festival wearing a fuzzy bumblebee suit and black tights, in honor of his "Bee Movie," the latest animated film to dramatize the secret life of a pesky insect.

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    Buying Used Electronics: Where's the Deal?

    Scan the pages of Craigslist (www.craigslist.org) or try the "used" option on Amazon.com and you'll find a thrilling assortment of "preowned" stuff—such as books, CDs, DVDs, even electronics—for way-below-retail prices. I regularly buy great stuff in "like new" condition without the hassle of a ...

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    illy West enjoys talking to himself. The actor

    illy West enjoys talking to himself. The actor has had that distinctive pleasure on such shows as Ren & Stimpy, on which he voiced the two title characters, and Doug, which had him playing sweet-natured Doug Funnie and rotten bully Roger Klotz.