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Watch the Trailer for HBO’s Doc on Paris Attacks “I saw fear take ahold of everyone in that theater.”
Colin Hanks on Playing Dexter’s Doomsday Killer “Getting the blood knife to work was incredibly difficult.”
Watch a Featurette on All of Dexter’s New Guest Stars Colin Hanks! Edward James Olmos! The artist formerly known as Mos Def!
Lucky Trailer: Colin Hanks, Killing People See the trailer for this serial-killer comedy.
Mos Def Heading to Dexter He has a multi-episode arc.
Princess Jake’s Latest Role Kind of a Stretch Plus: Cate Blanchett on the joy of working with Russell Crowe.
Mischa Barton Defines Classy And more tidbits of celebrity wisdom, in today’s gossip roundup.
Tyler Perry to Make Movie Plus: Spike Lee co-signs ‘County of Kings.’
All the Screen Stars Invading Broadway The phenomenon of Hollywood and TV stars hitting Broadway is a growth industry that just keeps expanding, downturn be damned.
Twilight Star Has a Thing for Tina Fey Robert Pattinson likes the hot nerd type.
Hanks & Blunt at The Great Buck Howard Screening It was “kind of disappointing,” says the director of ‘The Great Buck Henry.’
Fonda and McGowan at the 33 Variations Opening “I think skinny ties look fantabulous, whatever is going on in the economy,” Hanks told us.
Colin Hanks on 33 Variations, The Great Buck Howard, and Playing His Father’s Son “Oh God, will you please just shut up? You’re driving me crazy about this thing that should not be driving me crazy.”
Lindsay Lohan Wants to ‘Womanize’ You know, more than she is doing already.
Christina Applegate Is Awesome Plus: Colin Hanks describes New York TV as ‘cop and cougar shows,’ accurately.
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What’s Buzzing at Sundance: Hold On, We’ll Find Something You can’t say Sundance is a bust — if these films were at Tribeca, everyone would be thrilled. But so far it’s definitely a dud.
Jack Nicholson Faces His Own Libido’s Mortality Plus: Glen Hansard, Colin Hanks, and Vince Vaughn!
‘Untraceable’ Trailer: Websites Will Kill You! Unlike 1995’s The Net starring Sandra Bullock, which played on understandable fears of new technology and seemed perfectly reasonable until early 1996 or so, Untraceable is side-splittingly hilarious now, and it doesn’t even come out for another three weeks!
Kevin Smith No Fan of Wetsuits Quotes from Rainn Wilson and Queen Latifah!