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Amy Adams (2008 interview) -The Enchanted star goes back to old London towne in the old-school parlor comedy Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day.
Amy Adams (2013 interview)-Takes a human look at artificial intelligence with Her.

Cynthia Addai-Robinson-The actress is hot on the trail of a homicidal bookkeeper in The Accountant.

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Shohreh Aghdashloo-The Iranian-born actress takes a hard look at life in the Middle East with The Stoning of Soraya M.
Jessica Alba takes us for a dive Into the Blue.
Jaimie Alexander takes on the world of a favorite comic book hero in Thor.
Sasha Alexander brings a sense of style to the coroner's office in Rizzoli and Isles.
Joan Allen-The acclaimed actress with two films coming out at the same time takes a break to talk with us.
Loni Anderson and Howard Hesseman-Two of the stars of WKRP in Cincinnati celebrate that seminal sitcom's DVD release.
Melissa Anderson looks back (yes, she still has her sight!) on a classic television past with her memoir The Way I See It: A Look Back at My Life on Little House.
Jennifer Aniston-Even though she's a couple of years removed from her Friends, her movie career won't be Derailed.
Gabrielle Anwar resurrects her career as a trigger-happy ex-girlfriend on the hit cable series Burn Notice.
Lucie Arnaz-The actress and singer celebrates her famous parents with her new CD Latin Roots.
Candace Bailey-An actress finds a new life as a hostess for Attack of the Show.
Samantha Banks and her cohorts bring the classic Broadway musical Les Misérables to the big screen.
Adrienne Barbeau supplements her acting career with a new role as horror novelist as her third book Love Bites hits the stores.

Jennifer Beals exercises her particular set of skills in the television version of Taken.

Violet Beane-We catch up with the latest speedster in the hit series The Flash.

Troian Bellisario and her Pretty Little Liars girlfriends come to New York to preview the next season.

Ashley Benson and her Pretty Little Liars girlfriends come to New York to preview the next season.

Julie Benz (2011 interview)-A TV favorite goes all femme fatale in Ricochet.

Julie Benz (2017 interview)-She can check out any time she likes, but she can never leave Havenhurst.

Jessica Biel on the road from good girl to vampire slayer.
Rachel Bilson leaves her home in The O.C. to be a bad girl in The Last Kiss.
Nadia Bjorlin-The actress burns rubber in RedLine.
Susan Blakely-Über-successful model and actress shares with us some memorable roles — the most important role being her amazing life.
Jennifer Blanc-Biehn-An actress explores grindhouse filmmaking with The Victim.
Cate Blanchett (2007 interview)-Takes a look at the dark side of school life in the psychological drama Notes on a Scandal.

Cate Blanchett (2015 interview) and the cast and crew of Carol take a look back at lesbianism in the world of sixty years ago.

Nikki Blonsky and Zac Efron get out the kinks in Hairspray.
Emily Blunt-The young British actress channels royalty in The Young Victoria.

Lili Bordán-Up-and-coming actress tries to survive a haunting chiller with Apparition.

Katrina Bowden-The former 30 Rock fave and Sexiest Woman Alive looks to the past for her latest role in Public Morals.

April Bowlby takes her specialty for playing stupid women that we love to the hip cable comedy/drama Drop Dead Diva.
Alice Braga-The Brazilian actress spends some time in Lower City.
Abigail Breslin-The young actress is a real doll in Kit Kittredge - An American Girl.
Jordana Brewster (2006 interview)-The actress is a real cut-up in Texas Chainsaw Massacre - The Beginning.

 

Julie Brown-The Homecoming Queen has an SUV now.
Sophina Brown-Bringing smart and principled intensity to James Woods' protegee in Shark.
Sandra Bullock (2006 interview), Toby Jones, Sigourney Weaver and Douglas McGrath do their own take on Capote with Infamous.
Sandra Bullock (2013 interview) tells us about life in space in Gravity.
Gina Busch-Her starring role in the new indie film reveals that private eyes — they’re watching you.
Rose Byrne goes back into the land of the ghosts and demons with Insidious: Chapter 2.
Neve Campbell-The actress on her revealing role in When Will I Be Loved.
Linda Cardellini-The ER nurse has three new movies coming out -- STAT.
Joelle Carter shows that her television stardom is completely Justified.
Jessica Chastain-Breaks out with her Oscar Nominated turn in The Help.
Patricia Clarkson (2005 interview) and her castmates wish us Good Night, and Good Luck.
Patricia Clarkson (2009 Interview) and the cast of Whatever Works help to welcome Woody Allen back to to New York.
Glenn Close-The legendary actress reaches for the Heights as she hangs up her Shield.

Toni Collette and the crew of The Way, Way Back come of age at a water park.

Jessica Collins-The actress lives her life on The Nine.
Jennifer Connelly-The Oscar-winning actress takes a dip in Dark Water.
Rachael Leigh Cook (2012 interview) tries playing it tough in Perception.
Rachael Leigh Cook (2013 interview) changes our Perception of her as an actress.
Marion Cotillard channels Piaf in La Vie en Rose.
Elisha Cuthbert takes on a situation comedy with One Big Happy.

Alexandra Daddario-The young actress takes on "polar opposite" roles in the horror drama Bereavement and the marriage comedy Hall Pass.

Tyne Daly and Sharon Gless-The stars of the classic 80s cop drama Cagney & Lacey return on DVD.

Claire Danes, Hugh Dancy and Mamie Gummer go back in time to share a very special Evening.
Dana Davis-Meet one of the new heroines of Heroes.
Geena Davis-An Oscar-winning actress takes a shot at a tiny indie film in Accidents Happen.
Rosario Dawson-The actress looks at the dark side of humanity with Descent.

Anna Deavere Smith-The actress, writer and professor pays tribute to some fascinating lives with her one-woman show Notes from the Field.

Cécile De France must survive High Tension in her horror debut.
Julie Delpy (2004 interview)-A conversation with the star and co-writer of Before Sunset.

Julie Delpy (2016 interview)-We check in on both sides of the camera with the French actress / writer / director about her comedy Lolo.
Dame Judi Dench-One of the greatest actresses of our time chases another Oscar with Mrs. Henderson Presents.
Catherine Deneuve and Chiara Mastrioanni-The mother-and-daughter actresses try something different with the Oscar-nominated animated film Persepolis.
Kat Dennings takes on the world of a favorite comic book hero in Thor.
Laura Dern, Mark Ruffalo, Peter Krause & John Curran on the film We Don't Live Here Anymore.
Emily Deschanel-The good doc from the hit series Bones ponders nature vs. nurture.
Jenna Dewan (2006 interview)-The latest internet sweetheart shows off her versatility in Tamara.
Jenna Dewan-Tatum (2012 interview) tells us all about working again with her hubby (some dude named Channing) in 10 Years and almost nothing about what she'll be doing in the second season of American Horror Story.
Rosemarie DeWitt (2006 interview)-The career of the star of the series Standoff is breaking out.

Rosemarie DeWitt (2015 interview) searches for a dead body and marital bliss in Digging for Fire.

Aubrey Dollar  joins the Women's Murder Club in the popular TV series based on the best-selling novels.
Hilary and Haylie Duff muse on living in a material world.

Kirsten Dunst and the cast of Fargo give us a look in at the second season, oh ya.

Megalyn Echikunwoke-The young actress segues from the popular cult series The 4400 to a new role as coroner on CSI: Miami.

Brooke Elliott helps to redefine beauty in the hip cable comedy/drama Drop Dead Diva.

Kathryn Erbe returns to the New York City streets with another season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

Jackie Evancho and her cohorts look at the effects of 60s radicalism in the new millennium in The Company You Keep.

Dakota Fanning-She isn't the only child actress in Hollywood, it just seems that way sometimes.
Anna Faris-The comic actress takes charge in The House Bunny.
Vera Farmiga (2009 interview), Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon and William Monahan on The Departed.
Vera Farmiga (2014 interview) brings new life to film history's most infamous mother in Bates Motel.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler-The SNL vets team up to become a Baby Mama.
Taylor Firth-Vaults from the figure skating rink into acting with Ice Castles.
Danielle Fishel-The former Boy Meets World starlet explores a new dimension in Gamebox 1.0.
Ginny Gardner-Becomes our favorite catfish on Glee.
Jennifer Garner-The popular actress takes a chance on the quirky Ricky Gervais comedy The Invention of Lying.
Jennie Garth-The 90210 actress takes another path to the country with her web series "Garden Party."
Sarah Michelle Gellar promises us that she doesn't hold a Grudge.
Greta Gerwig cleans up college in the quirky comedy Damsels in Distress.
Judy Gold-The comedienne lives her life as a sitcom in the off Broadway one-woman hit The Judy Show.

 

 

Linda Gray and her castmates give us the skinny on the reboot of the classic series Dallas.
Melissa Greene-In the mid 1970s, she was poised to become a TV star and walked away.  Find out what came next.
Maggie Gyllenhaal returns to films after a two-year sabbatical to play an acclaimed role in Crazy Heart.
Kathryn Hahn-The Crossing Jordan co-star discusses her series, the movies and motherhood.

Lucy Hale and her Pretty Little Liars girlfriends come to New York to preview the next season.

Alyson Hannigan (2006 Interview)-The co-star of American Pie and Buffy the Vampire Slayer steps out in her own Date Movie.
Alyson Hannigan (2008 Interview) and her co-stars of How I Met Your Mother go back to the bar that inspired the show.
Marcia Gay Harden feels empathy for her conflicted character in Innocent.
Angie Harmon-Takes on another law and order role in the crime drama Rizzoli and Isles.
Valerie Harper (2007 interview)-America's favorite upstairs neighbor steps onto Golda's Balcony.
Valerie Harper (2014 interview)-The beloved actress catches us up on her venture in the fight against cancer, LungForce.
Anne Hathaway (2009 interview)-The star explores addiction and courts Oscar with her role in the indie drama Rachel Getting Married.
Anne Hathaway (2011 interview) dishes about One Day, Catwoman, soul mates, fairytales and avoiding spoilers.
Anne Hathaway (2013 interview) and her cohorts bring the classic Broadway musical Les Misérables to the big screen.

Anne Hathaway (2015 interview) and her co-workers take a look at the clash of old and new office skills in The Intern.

Salma Hayek takes on a difficult new role in Ask the Dust.
Jordan Hayes fights a pandemic in the Syfy series Helix.
Tricia Helfer-From supermodel to cyborg to spy - she lives out all our fantasies.
Jill Hennessy (2004 interview)-The star of Crossing Jordan juggles being a new mother with a hit series.

Jill Hennessy (2015 interview)-The Crossing Jordan and Law & Order actress goes back to her roots of singing with I Do while continuing her TV stardom on Madam Secretary.

Jennifer Love Hewitt puts us on The Client List.
Nichole Hiltz discusses the second season of the hit cable drama In Plain Sight.
Gina Holden-A self-confessed sci-fi nerd gets to live her fantasies in Flash Gordon.
Katie Holmes takes on a cult favorite in making Don't Be Afraid of the Dark.
Felicity Huffman-The desperate housewife takes a real risk with Transamerica.
Holly Hunter-This respected actress' career has Nine Lives.
Gillian Jacobs-Finishes up another semester at Community.
Allison Janney (2009 interview)-The actress keeps herself very busy with the hit Broadway musical 9 to 5 and the new film Away We Go.
Allison Janney (2012 interview) and the cast of The Oranges give us a ride to suburbia.

Allison Janney (2013 interview) and the crew of The Way, Way Back come of age at a water park.

Famke Janssen-The actress moves behind the camera and gives us the lowdown on Bringing Up Bobby.
Scarlett Johannson makes the leap from art house movies to the blockbuster summer film The Island.
Angelina Jolie-The superstar goes behind the headlines in the tragic true story A Mighty Heart.

Rashida Jones (2010 interview) and the cast of Parks and Recreation talk to us from the red carpet.

Rashida Jones (2012 interview) takes a shot at writing a romantic comedy with Celeste and Jesse Forever.
Catherine Keener and the cast of The Oranges give us a ride to suburbia.
Nicole Kidman (2005 Interview)-The busiest woman in the movie biz looks at The Interpreter and Bewitched.
Nicole Kidman (2011 Interview)-The actress looks at a family in mourning in the devastating drama Rabbit Hole.
Joey King-A child star takes on some adult roles with Wish I Was Here and Fargo.
Keira Knightley (2006 Interview) shows us two sides of herself in Pride and Prejudice and Domino.
Keira Knightley (2007 Interview) looks back in Atonement.
Keira Knightley (2012 Interview)-Finds love in the wrong time and place in Seeking a Friend for the End of the World.
Candace Kroslak-The former model puts on her acting shoes with American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile.

 

Jessica Lange-One of our greatest actresses reunites with her love in Don't Come Knocking.
Mélanie Laurent-A French actress takes on American film with Beginners.
Jennifer Lawrence-The young Oscar-nominated actress discusses her role in the gritty and devastating drama Winter's Bone.
Rachael Lawrence loves making I Hate My 30s.
Laurence Leboeuf hits the road to help create a dream project in Foreverland.
Katie Leclerc-A young actress tells us about living with a hearing impairment and her popular series Switched at Birth.

Jennifer Jason Leigh and posse put a new shade on the classic western with The Hateful Eight.

Melissa Leo-The veteran actress courts Oscar buzz with Frozen River.
Tea Leoni-The quirky comic actress sinks to new levels in Manure.
Laura Linney-The two-time Oscar nominated actress takes on horror in The Exorcism of Emily Rose.
Heather Locklear brings some new blood into Franklin & Bash.
Lori Loughlin-Looks back at a world gone by in When Calls the Heart.

 

Melanie Lynskey-A favorite supporting actress takes the lead with Hello I Must Be Going.
Elle Macpherson-The iconic supermodel shows us what it takes to be a Fashion Star.

Kate Mara and her co-horts in Fantastic Four take on a legendary comic book franchise.

Rooney Mara (2013 interview)-The buzzworthy Dragon Tattoo actress shows a different side with Ain't Them Bodies Saints.
Rooney Mara (2013 interview #2)-Takes a human look at artificial intelligence with Her.

Rooney Mara (2015 interview) and the cast and crew of Pan give new life to the classic tale of Peter Pan.

Rooney Mara (2015 interview #2) and the cast and crew of Carol take a look back at lesbianism in the world of sixty years ago.

Brit Marling and her cohorts look at the effects of 60s radicalism in the new millennium in The Company You Keep.

Mary McCormack (2008 interview) plays a tough Federale in the cable series In Plain Sight.
Mary McCormack (2011 interview) goes back into witness protection with the return of In Plain Sight.
Maureen McCormick-A former Brady sister has Gone Country.
We take on Major Crimes with Mary McDonnell.
Katharine McPhee follows up the most watched TV series in the world with a hit debut album and single "Over It."
Eva Mendes-The stunning actress gives us the down low on her downbeat new drama The Place Beyond the Pines.
Bridgit Mendler chats with us backstage at Jingle Ball 2012.
Debra Messing returns to series television with The Starter Wife.

Cristin Milioti and the cast of Fargo give us a look in at the second season, oh ya.

Sienna Miller (2005 Interview)- The British actress segues from the gossip columns back to the cinema -- where she belongs -- in Casanova.
Sienna Miller (2009 Interview) balances stage and screen and tries to solve The Mysteries of Pittsburgh.

Sienna Miller (2015 interview) and the cast of Burnt tickle our taste buds with cooking tips and tales of making the film.

Helen Mirren-Acting royalty plays The Queen.

Gretchen Mol channels a pin-up Goddess as The Notorious Bettie Page
Julianne Moore-The celebrated actress takes a look at the new American family in The Kids Are All Right.
Kathryn Morris-The Cold Case star has a red-hot career.
Carey Mulligan-A young British actress courts praise in An Education.

Erin Murphy - She was one of the most beloved characters on TV when she was barely out of a onesie.  How do you follow that up, Tabitha?

Kathy Najimy-Actress, mom, activist; it's all part of life for the voice of Peggy on King of the Hill.
Bebe Neuwirth-The Broadway baby and Cheers icon releases her first CD Porcelain.
Marisol Nichols has one hell of a day as the head of CTU on the popular action series 24.
Rachel Nichols (2011 interview)-Joins up the hit series to explore some Criminal Minds.
Rachel Nichols (2012 interview) chats up her favorite retro and her uncoming series Continuum and movie I, Alex Cross.
Lesley Nicol-Gives us a tour of the servants' quarters at Downton Abbey.

Lupita Nyong'o and the cast of 12 Years a Slave look back at a disgraceful time in American history.

Adepero Oduye-A young actress finds acceptance by playing a Pariah.
Gail O'Grady-From NYPD Blue to American Dreams to Boston Legal, the actress looks over a respected, varied TV career.
Catherine O'Hara, Christopher Guest, Eugene Levy, Harry Shearer and Parker Posey take on the movies For Your Consideration!
Susan Olsen-Looks back at the odd pop-cultural hiccup which was The Brady Bunch Variety Hour in the book Love to Love You Bradys.
Ellen Page-Breaks out as a quirky pregnant teen in the buzz comedy Juno.

 

Vanessa Paradis-Takes a layered, multi-cultural look at modern New York with Fading Gigolo.

Mary-Louise Parker comes out of the Weeds to play the mom in The Spiderwick Chronicles.

 
Carra Patterson discusses bringing August Wilson's Jitney to the Broadway stage.

Sarah Paulson (2013 interview) and the cast of 12 Years a Slave look back at a disgraceful time in American history.

Sarah Paulson (2015 interview) and the cast and crew of Carol take a look back at lesbianism in the world of sixty years ago.

Sara Paxton (2009 interview)-The young actress takes a sharp left turn in her career with The Last House on the Left.
Sara Paxton (2012 interview)-Continues her trek into horror while confronting her ghosts in The Innkeepers.

Sara Paxton (2013 interview)-Tells us about her adventures in independent filmmaking with Static, The Bounceback and Cheap Thrills.

Mizuo Peck-The actress who plays Sacajewea in the popular Night at the Museum film series spends some time at a wax museum.
Piper Perabo-The actress gets to exercise her inner adrenaline junkie in the series Covert Affairs.
Pauley Perrette-chatting with the lab tech in the hit series NCIS.
Sasha Pieterse (2015 interview #1)-The teen actress clues us in on yet another new season of Pretty Little Liars.

Sasha Pieterse (2015 interview #2) and her Pretty Little Liars girlfriends come to New York to preview the next season.

Rosamund Pike (2011 interview)-The British actress stretches out in the new films Barney's Version and Made in Dagenham.

Rosamund Pike (2017 interview)-The Gone Girl actress looks at one of the great forgotten political love stories with A United Kingdom.

Alison Pill and the cast and crew of Milk make a labor of love to remind us of an important but mostly forgotten slain politician and activist.
Jada Pinkett Smith-Actress, businesswoman, rock star, mom...
Eve Plumb-The artist formerly known as Jan Brady discusses her love for painting and her New York gallery debut "Bistro."
Amy Poehler (2008 Interview)  and Tina Fey-The SNL vets team up to become a Baby Mama.

Amy Poehler (2010 Interview) and the cast of Parks and Recreation talk to us from the red carpet.

Clémence Poésy and Colin Farrell deal with love and death In Bruges.
Natalie Portman (2006 Interview)-The actress ponders terrorism and politics in the dark parable V for Vendetta.
Natalie Portman (2009 Interview)-An actress helps to shine a light on the inner workings of Hollywood on the web.
Parker Posey, Catherine O'Hara, Christopher Guest, Eugene Levy and Harry Shearer take on the movies For Your Consideration!
Laura Prepon-The That 70s Show alum grows up in The Kitchen.
Francia Raisa-The Latina actress is chasing the dream in the latest Cutting Edge sequel.
Lisa Ray-The most beautiful woman in Indian film returns in Water.
Autumn Reeser-An actress takes off with two current TV series roles on Entourage and No Ordinary Family.
Christina Ricci-continues her quirky career path as a young woman with a very odd attribute in Penelope.
Natasha Richardson-The actress faces mortality with her famous mother in the film Evening.
Krysten Ritter-The actress takes on starring roles in movies and TV with Life Happens and Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23.
AnnaSophia Robb (2008 interview) takes a hard look at real life in Sleepwalking.

AnnaSophia Robb (2013 interview) and the crew of The Way, Way Back come of age at a water park.

Doris Roberts and Garry Marshall-Two old comedy pros work at Keeping Up With the Steins.
Genesis Rodriguez-The actress hits the road on the latest Liam Neeson actioner Run All Night.
Krysta Rodriguez-The Broadway singer and actress takes us on a First Date.
Mimi Rogers-The veteran actress takes on a new comic role on The Loop.
Rose Marie-The beloved actress looks back at life on The Dick Van Dyke Show.
Emmy Rossum-After taking on Hollywood and succeeding, the young actress shows her artistic range with her debut album.
Keri Russell-The star of the cult-favorite TV series Felicity plays the lead in the new independent film Waitress.

Andrea Russett-A YouTube superstar helps to revolutionize movie-making with the Snapchat filmed horror Sickhouse.

Zoë Saldana-The actress goes to the islands looking for a safe Haven.
Catalina Sandino Moreno-The Colombian actress scores in her first movie, Maria Full of Grace.
Alexandra Schepisi-Films the unfilmable novel with The Eye of the Storm.
Rebecca Schull-A sitcom favorite ponders life on the stage.
Kyra Sedgwick closes down another season of her popular series The Closer.
Chloë Sevigny the cult fave actress continues her quirky career path with the film The Wait and the series Those Who Kill.
Amanda Seyfried and her cohorts bring the classic Broadway musical Les Misérables to the big screen.
Sarah Shahi mediates a beneficial settlement in the series Fairly Legal.
Alia Shawkat and the cast of The Oranges give us a ride to suburbia.
Sheetal Sheth-Trying to bridge the cultural gap in Looking For Comedy in the Muslim World.
Elisabeth Shue has a good time poking fun at her image in Hamlet 2.
Gabourey Sidibe-Enters acting with the acclaimed drama Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire.
Sarah Silverman (2006 Interview)-The outrageous comedienne provokes with her film Jesus is Magic.
Sarah Silverman (2010 Interview) returns with a third season of her surreal sitcom The Sarah Silverman Program.

Jean Smart and the cast of Fargo give us a look in at the second season, oh ya.

Cobie Smulders (2008 interview) and her co-stars of How I Met Your Mother go back to the bar that inspired the show.
Cobie Smulders (2015 interview)-After almost a decade in How I Met Your Mother, the actress moves on to indies like Unexpected and blockbusters like Avengers.
Marina Squerciati-The young actress earns her stripes walking the beat for Chicago PD.
Nicole Steinwedell fesses up on how a side job as a school tutor opened the door for a role on the TV series The Unit.
Julia Stiles-Takes a dark look at marriage and friendship in Between Us.
Sharon Stone returns to the role that made her infamous in Basic Instinct 2.
Meryl Streep (2007 Interview) brings humanity to the boss from Hell in The Devil Wears Prada.
Meryl Streep (2010 Interview) our greatest actress channels a legendary chef and TV star in Julie and Julia.
Mena Suvari and Freddie Prinze, Jr. learn about life by Brooklyn Rules.
Hilary Swank-The Oscar-winning actress picks up more buzz with Million Dollar Baby.
Audrey Tautou-We have a rendezvous with the star of Amelie and A Very Long Engagement.
Juno Temple tells us about being a Dirty Girl.
Charlize Theron takes a hard look at real life in Sleepwalking.
Marlo Thomas-The TV legend, writer and tireless philanthropist takes on a new passion as fashion designer.

Lea Thompson and cast get back in time and remember Back to the Future.

Tessa Thompson and the cast and crew of Creed return to the Art Museum steps to take a jab at rebooting a classic franchise.

Uma Thurman and the cast of Burnt tickle our taste buds with cooking tips and tales of making the film.

Marisa Tomei steals her scenes in the high-powered drama Before the Devil Knows You're Dead.

Angeline-Rose Troy-This actress isn't going to wait for roles to come to her, she is going to help create them herself.

Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman live out a rural nightmare in The Strangers.
Liv Ullmann-The legendary actress looks back at her artistic and personal partnership with Ingmar Bergman.
Sofia Vergara-Takes a layered, multi-cultural look at modern New York with Fading Gigolo.
Quvenzhané Wallis-The youngest Oscar nominee ever takes on Beasts of Southern Wild.
Amanda Walsh revisits a classic with WarGames-The Dead Code.
Mia Wasikowska-Takes on her second iconic literary role in just over a year as the lead in Jane Eyre.
Katherine Waterston, John Leguizamo and David Ross take a jaded look at suburbia in The Babysitters.
Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint-The kids from Harry Potter speak.
Naomi Watts-Jumps into some very big footsteps playing the damsel in distress in King Kong.
Sigourney Weaver strays from the Hollywood system to make thoughtful films like Imaginary Heroes.
Rachel Weisz-The actress explores her social conscience in The Constant Gardener.
Dawn Wells-Who knew that a three-hour tour would end up lasting almost 50 years now?  One of two potential answers to one of the great debates of modern life (Ginger or Mary Ann?) sure didn't know, but is glad it happened.
Jennifer Westfeldt-The writer, director and star lets us in on some secrets about Friends with Kids.
Olivia Wilde-Takes a human look at artificial intelligence with Her.
Michelle Williams (2011 Interview) sheds her inhibitions in Blue Valentine.
Michelle Williams (2012 Interview) channels an icon in My Week with Marilyn.
Kate Winslet (2008 Interview)-Goes to new depths in the heartbreaking film The Reader.
Kate Winslet (2009 Interview)-reunites with her Titanic sweetheart Leonardo DiCaprio in Revolutionary Road.
Alicia Witt-A well-known actress follows her muse to give her talent at singing a try.
Evan Rachel Wood (2005 Interview)-The young starlet goes bad in Pretty Persuasion.
Evan Rachel Wood (2009 Interview) and the cast of Whatever Works help to welcome Woody Allen back to to New York.

Alfre Woodard and the cast of 12 Years a Slave look back at a disgraceful time in American history.

Amy Yasbeck-The actress writes a book about her relationship with her beloved late husband, With Love and Laughter, John Ritter.

Necar Zadegan-Our new girlfriend guides us through the second season of Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce.

Renee Zellweger, Ewan McGregor, Emily Watson and Chris Noonan on Miss Potter.
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Aaron Eckhart have No Reservations about telling us all about their new romantic comedy.
Ziyi Zhang-talking martial arts with the star of Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Hero and House of Flgyin Daggers.

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