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  • What will 'A to Z' star Ben Feldman do for love? Not that!

    What will 'A to Z' star Ben Feldman do for love? Not that!
    Ben Feldman claims he isn't the "hopeful romantic" that his character on the new sitcom "A to Z" is, but he has had his moments.
  • Trinity College Alum Will McCormack Building Hollywood Credits

    Trinity College Alum Will McCormack Building Hollywood Credits
    When Will McCormack was attending Trinity College in the mid-1990s as a performing arts minor, "I was in every play I could be in there." A role model for the Plainfield, N.J., native was his older sister, Mary McCormack, a Trinity grad, who was by then...

    'Cuban Fury': exclusive clip with Nick Frost and Rashida Jones

    'Cuban Fury': exclusive clip with Nick Frost and Rashida Jones
    In the British dance-off rom-com "Cuban Fury," Nick Frost plays a man who was a champion salsa dancer as a young boy who gave it up. Now an adult office drone, when a new boss arrives from America in the form of Rashida Jones, he is smitten. When he...

    Talking music with Rashida Jones

    Talking music with Rashida Jones
    In about a week-and-a-half I'll post yesterday's very fun interview with"Celeste and Jesse Forever"star/co-writer Rashida Jones. For now, here's a snippet from the conversation that has nothing to do with the movie (opening Aug. 10) or anything else&...

    Video/Q&A: 'Celeste and Jesse Forever' star/co-writer Rashida Jones

    Video/Q&A: 'Celeste and Jesse Forever' star/co-writer Rashida Jones
    Women break down in romantic comedies all the time. They just rarely do so to the point of looking unattractive, says Rashida Jones. “She always looks good, her hair looks good and her apartment’s pretty. It’s like, there’s things...