If You Give A Mouse A Diorama: Steve Carell (right) stars as Barry, an amateur taxidermist who's invited to a strange dinner party by Tim (Paul Rudd), a hedge fund manager on the make. Merie Weismiller Wallace/Paramount hide caption

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Jay Roach, Steve Carell Pair Up For 'Schmucks'

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Jonah Hill Crosses Creepy Characters With Comedy

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Imprisoned In Mexico And 'Presumed Guilty'

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Robert Duvall on his farm in The Plains, Va. The actor is reluctant to talk about his own faith, saying it's a personal thing. Coburn Dukehart/NPR hide caption

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Robert Duvall's Cinematic Take On Faith

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Kevin Kline, who has played everyone from Cyrano de Bergerac on Broadway to an animated hero in Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame, takes on the quirky -- and mustached -- role of playwright Henry Harrison in The Extra Man. Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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For Kevin Kline, The Beard's (Sometimes) The Thing

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'Radiant Child' A Rare Insight Into Basquiat's Mind

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Ruben Blades is more than an entertainer -- he's also an icon in his native Panama. He even ran for president of that country in 1994 and won 18 percent of the vote. Lorey Sebastian/Luminaria hide caption

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Ruben Blades: In 'Spoken Word,' A Certain Wisdom

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Felix Bush (Robert Duvall) plans a "living funeral" for himself in the drama Get Low. Sam Emerson / Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Robert Duvall: From 'The Godfather' To 'Get Low'

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Still The King Of The World: DiCaprio has three Academy Award nominations and five Golden Globe noms — as well as one win, for The Aviator — to his name. Tiziana Fabi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Visit To The Imaginarium Of Leonardo DiCaprio

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I'm Bad, I'm Bad: In the new animated film Despicable Me, Steve Carell plays the world's most incompetent supervillain. Universal Studios hide caption

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Steve Carell: Strange Accents And Subtle Departures

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Colin Firth: A Leading Man In 'A Single Man'

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Tom Ford: From High Fashion To Film In 'Single Man'

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Julianne Moore (left) and Annette Bening play a couple struggling with their teenagers in The Kids Are All Right. Suzanne Tannen/Focus Features hide caption

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Director Lisa Cholodenko On Conceiving 'The Kids'

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