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    ost actors would be pleased to have one signature

    ost actors would be pleased to have one signature role in their career. William Shatner has had two, and he shows no signs of slowing down. The actor has attracted new audiences as emotionally stunted misogynist antihero Denny Crane on ABC's Boston Legal. Gone are the long, steamy looks ...

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    iven that Marcia Cross' Bree is so formidable on

    iven that Marcia Cross' Bree is so formidable on ABC's Desperate Housewives, any actor sharing scenes must have her own distinctive presence. Thank God for Shirley Knight as Bree's mother-in-law. She held her own as Phyllis and Bree battled over Rex's funeral. Every detail, even the color ...

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    ou could hardly invent a character as flamboyant,

    ou could hardly invent a character as flamboyant, outrageous, and in all respects over-the-top as convicted murderer Sante Kimes, but Judy Davis—now a nine-time Emmy nominee—gives the lady texture. The woman is evil, egocentric, and utterly delusional, yet in Davis' sure hands, a gleeful Sante believes every bit ...

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    Vivica A. Fox on the Stump for Daytime Talker

    Vivica A. Fox is looking to throw her hat into the talk show ring, sources said.

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    Thousands of Performers Expected at 'Idol' Auditions

    Producers of Fox TV's talent show braced as auditions for the sixth season are scheduled to begin. The search is to continue in six other cities through September.

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    ABC Lines Up Kutcher's 'Miss/Guided' Pilot

    ABC has greenlighted "Miss/Guided," a single-camera comedy pilot from 20th Century Fox TV and Ashton Kutcher's studio-based Katalyst Films.

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    Society of Singers Sets First Performance Benefit

    The East Coast Chapter of the Society of Singers has announced the first of its emergency fundraising salon events.

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    Studios Learning that A-List Isn't Everything

    While studios were happy to bet the farm onSuperman Returns, many big-budget movies with A-list stars that might have gotten an enthusiastic green light a year ago are sitting in limbo. That's because Hollywood's been burned too many times.

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    Review: 'Father Joy'

    Comedy, drama, and fantasy blend oddly well in Sheri Wilner'sFather Joy, a perceptive but quirky look at family and romantic relationships.

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    Executive Editor Dany Margolies