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Sarah Paulson (“Jack & Jill”) has been cast in the one-hour Disney pilot “Metropolis” for ABC. San Francisco-set show centers around twentysomethings just starting out in life. Thesp, who recently appeared in “What Women Want,” will also join Glenne Headly and Jamie Kennedy in the comedy feature “Bug.”

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