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Ed Harris

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"I was a little scared, a little daunted," says Ed Harris of the role of Richard, a poet dying of AIDS, in "The Hours." "But I like those challenges, so I was ready."

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The distaff dark side

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The recurring complaint from female thesps that they can't find any decent roles -- a malady as old as the days of Shakespeare and even Sophocles -- may well become a thing of the past.

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Patricia Clarkson

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Sometimes the biggest challenge for a supporting player can be making a lasting impression with only a handful of scenes. That's exactly what Patricia Clarkson does in "Far From Heaven,"…

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Nia Vardalos

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Just as Nia Vardalos comes to terms with an unbelievable year -- her self-written starrer, "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," has become the highest-grossing indie and romantic comedy of all-time -- the…

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Small, but mighty

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A cynical advertising executive who seduces women for sport lectures his nephew about "winning time" at a latenight party as they zero in on their prey. An insecure actress allows a self-absorbed…

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Toni Collette

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Toni Collette might have just turned 30, but it seems she's brought a wealth of experience to bear during more than a decade of making movies, having received critical recognition dating back to her…

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Edward Norton

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When it comes to playing urban types, Edward Norton has been anything but a softie. In "Rounders," "American History X" and "Fight Club" he has played not only tough, but unsympathetic protagonists…

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