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Rosemarie DeWitt has had a hell of a year. The actress, who put in unforgettable performances in everything from Jonathan Demme's "Rachel Getting Married" (she was Rachel!) and the first season of "Mad Men," really seems to be breaking out in a big way. She starred in the tiny-budgeted festival favorite "Your Sister's Sister," as well as the big-budget Ben Stiller comedy "The Watch." This week she appears alongside Matt Damon and John Krasinksi in Gus Van Sant's small town drama "Promised Land." Playing an elementary school teacher trapped in between the romantic advances of Damon (who plays a natural gas operative) and Krasinski (as an environmental advocate), DeWitt brings all the warmth, intelligence and homespun charm that she exhibited in her earlier roles. We talked to DeWitt about what it was like working with Damon and Krasinski (who were also co-writers on the movie), her return to Aaron Sorkin's "The Newsroom, »

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