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Irrepressibly warmhearted Snow White (Lily Collins), usually kept under lock and key by her wicked-queen stepmother, makes an appearance at a ball with the dreamy, easily befuddled Prince Charming (Armie Hammer). Jan Thijs/Relativity Media hide caption

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Joan Harris (Christina Hendricks) is one of the women of Mad Men, which returns Sunday night on AMC. Frank Ockenfels/AMC hide caption

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What Would Joan Harris Do? Eleanor Clift Remembers 'Mad' Times At Newsweek

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'Mad Men' Returns On Sunday, To The Delight Of Its Excitable Fans

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Spiders And Fighting And Trees, Oh My: Filming 'The Hunger Games'

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Tim Tebow of the Denver Broncos kneels and prays with teammates and members of the New England Patriots after the Patriots won 45-10 during their AFC Divisional Playoff Game at Gillette Stadium on January 14, 2012. Al Bello/Getty Images hide caption

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Peter Reckell as Bo Brady and Kristian Alfonso as Hope Williams Brady: still at it after all these years. Mitchell Haaseth/NBC Universal hide caption

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Cheaper Clothes And Shorter Stories: On Soaps, Strange 'Days' Indeed

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