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  • In Defense of a Less Soapy Downton Abbey

    In Defense of a Less Soapy Downton Abbey

    Julian Ovenden—the hit show’s head-turning newcomer—talks Maggie Smith, that pigpen scene and why Downton’s critics are wrong
  • Being John Silver

    Being John Silver

    No parrots or eye patches here. In the gritty, Michael Bay-produced Black Sails, Luke Arnold takes on a notoriously treacherous crew
  • On Location With Frankie Alvarez

    On Location With Frankie Alvarez

    The star of HBO’s upcoming series Looking talks San Francisco—on camera and off
  • Heather Graham in Bloom

    Heather Graham on Flowers In The Attic

    The actress on the uncanny appeal of V.C. Andrews' twisted classic Flowers in the Attic—and being locked up for months at a time
  • Banshee’s First Lady

    Banshee’s First Lady

    Actress Ivana Milicevic could beat you up, but she’d really rather not
  • The Truth About Kaya

    Kaya Scodelario: The World’s Finest Surly Teen?

    Why British actress Kaya Scodelario—opposite Jessica Biel in this month's twisted thriller, The Truth About Emanuel—is not the girl next door
  • Girl & The Goat Cheese: Killer Women‘s Marta Milans

    Meet Killer Women's Marta Milans

    Prime time's rising star on her new series and her surprising moonlighting
  • The Shaw Must Go On

    The Shaw Must Go On

    Along with her directorial debut at the Met this month, stage legend Fiona Shaw brings a 200-year-old poem to life in Brooklyn
  • All About Steve

    Six By Sondheim: James Lapine on the Life of a Legend

    Six By Sondheim director and longtime Sondheim collaborator James Lapine on the life of a legend
  • A Made Man

    Mob City's Jeremy Luke: What It Takes to be a Wiseguy

    Jeremy Luke lands his dream role on Mob City—the latest from The Walking Dead creator—and weighs what it takes to be a wiseguy
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