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Entertainment Weekly: Rachel McAdams learned how to stitch wounds for role

Entertainment Weekly Published: November 1, 2016 How did Rachel McAdams prep to play the part of emergency room doctor Christine Palmer in director Scott Derrickson’s new superhero film Doctor Strange (out Nov. 4), which stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the titular surgeon-turned-sorcerer, Stephen Strange? “I read this really good book called Do No Harm, which is …

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Entertainment Weekly: The Doctor Will See You Now

Entertainment Weekly Published: October, 2016 When actors talk about playing superheroes, the conversation often revolves around the intense workout regimes and strict diets required to look suitably super. But on the U.K. set of Marvel Studios’ latest film, Doctor Strange (out Nov. 4), star Benedict Cumberbatch wants to chat about…electrons. “There’s a book I’ve been …

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Entertainment Weekly: EW’s ‘Mean Girls’ reunion The cast looks back on the 2004 hit

Entertainment Weekly Published: November 5, 2014 One sure sign of a film’s legacy: Does it inspire its own holiday? If you happened to be anywhere near the Internet on Oct. 3, you probably noticed an outpouring of nostalgia for 2004’s Mean Girls. The reason? A throwaway line uttered by Lindsay Lohan’s Cady: “It’s October 3rd.” …

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Entertainment Weekly: Toronto Film Festival: Rachel McAdams on delightful bike rides, upcoming ‘A Most Wanted Man’ shoot

Entertainment Weekly Published: September 12, 2012 For an A-list ingenue who strides red carpets around the world, Rachel McAdams still expresses down-to-earth delight and wonder in her profession, who she works with, and where she films. While chatting to EW during the Toronto International Film Festival, the actress said she was downright excited about shooting …

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Entertainment Weekly: Toronto Film Festival Q&A: Brian De Palma and Rachel McAdams on ‘Passion,’ ‘Carrie’ remake (he approves!)

Entertainment Weekly Published: September 12, 2012 With his white hair, oeuvre, and stature, Passion director Brian De Palma can come across as fairly intimidating, until you realize how open and affable he is — and surprisingly vulnerable. De Palma, whose Scarface (1983) and Carrie (1976) have long been considered classics, has had some pot shots …

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Entertainment Weekly: Rachel McAdams to Channing Tatum; Forget You

Entertainment Weekly Published: February, 2011 Movies: First look at “The Vow“ In The Vow (out Valentine’s Day 2012), McAdams stars as a woman who suffers a traumatic brain injury in a car accident and wakes up to find the past five years of her memories erased. During that time, she had married a handsome, loving …

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Entertainment Weekly: The Reluctant Movie Star

Entertainment Weekly Published: September, 2008 Rachel McAdams on fame and flicks — Missy Schwartz talks to the one time ”Mean Girl” about ”The Lucky Ones” Three years ago, you couldn’t mention the name Rachel McAdams without hearing ”next big thing.” But after starring in a string of hits — including The Notebook (with her reportedly …

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Entertainment Weekly: Spotlight on Rachel McAdams

Entertainment Weekly Published: August, 2009 Rachel McAdams, along with legions of heady romantics around the world fell in love with Audrey Niffenegger’s 2003 best-seller about a man who ping-pongs between time periods and the woman who would who would give anything for him so stay put. Director Gus Van Sant had been diligently working on …

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Entertainment Weekly: The Marry Pranksters

Entertainment Weekly Published: July, 2005 Wedding Crashers, starring Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn, Rachel McAdanms, and Isla Fisher, is the one summer comedy invite worth RSVP’ing for early. “I haven’t been to a wedding since I shot Crashers,” says McAdams. “But the movie gives you a new perspective …. You’re always wondering whether there’s an impostor …

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Entertainment Weekly: Red Eye

Entertainment Weekly Published: August, 2005 With nightmare on ELM Street and scream still dominating his CV, Wes Craven is finally branching out, steering away from the slasher films that made him famous. (No wonder he always looks so cranky on the newly horror-centric Project Greenlight.) To wit, his first straight-up thriller concerns a young woman …

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Entertainment Weekly: Northern Light

Entertainment Weekly Published: June, 2004 From ‘Mean Girls’ to ‘The Notebook,’ Canada’s Rachel McAdams is learning to bask in Hollywood’s rays. Just three years ago, Rachel McAdams was a mild-mannered college grad with nary a notable part to her name. And now? Well, now she’s nine feet tall. “My parents are so sick of me …

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