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Looking back at Joel Schumacher's Dying Young

24 March 2010 2:29 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Our look back at the work of Mr Joel Schumacher hits a rocky patch. It's the Julia Roberts vehicle Dying Young...

"I told Estelle you have a terminal disease - Assholeitis." - Hilary

The Recap

After hitting the ground running with the widely successful Flatliners, Joel Schumacher's next project would again focus on the balance between life and death, but this time from the point of view of a couple facing death square on.

Hilary O'Neil (Julia Roberts) has been unlucky in love for as long as she can remember. After finding out her latest boyfriend has been cheating on her, she leaves him and moves back home with her mother (Ellen Burstyn).

Determined to get her life back on track, Hilary applies for a job as a nurse for a well off family in a posh suburb in San Francisco. Although having no experience and totally out of her element, »

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Does Damages' Joe Tobin Have a Moral Compass?

15 February 2010 10:16 AM, PST | TVGuide.com - Features | See recent TVGuide - Features news »

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Campbell Scott isn't a familiar face to the average TV viewer.

Sure, he's the son of George C. Scott and Colleen Dewhurst, and he's been a working actor since 1986. But other than some brief appearances on recent TV series (Six Degrees, Royal Pains) and some big Hollywood films in the early '90s (Singles), Campbell Scott has preferred to work in theater and independent films (Roger Dodger).

Campbell Scott joins third season of Damages

So how did he end up going mainstream with FX's twisty legal thriller Damages? "I knew nothing about it — how embarrassing?" Scott tells TVGuide.com. "But when the guys started talking about it, my wife and I watched the first season and we just flipped. It really seemed like a 13-epsiode movie to me. It seemed to be really well-written and beautifully performed. I thought, 'That's »

- Adam Bryant

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Does Damages' Joe Tobin Have a Moral Compass?

15 February 2010 10:16 AM, PST | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

Damages</i> | Photo Credits: Timothy White/FX" style="margin:0 5px 5px" />

Campbell Scott isn't a familiar face to the average TV viewer.

Sure, he's the son of George C. Scott and Colleen Dewhurst, and he's been a working actor since 1986. But other than some brief appearances on recent TV series (Six Degrees, Royal Pains) and some big Hollywood films in the early '90s (Singles), Campbell Scott has preferred to work in theater and independent films (Roger Dodger).

Campbell Scott joins third season of Damages

So how did he end up going mainstream with FX's twisty legal thriller Damages? "I knew nothing about it — how embarrassing?" Scott tells TVGuide.com. "But when the guys started talking about it, my wife and I watched the first season and we just flipped. It really seemed like a 13-epsiode movie to me. It seemed to be really well-written and beautifully performed. I thought, 'That's »

- Adam Bryant

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