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The parade of guest stars marching through CBS’ vaunted legal drama The Good Wife just doesn’t stop. Last night’s new episode featured Michael J. Fox in a killer role, and in January, the Golden Globe- and Emmy-nominated Leelee Sobieski—who starred in memorable TV movies like 1999′s Joan of Arc and 2001′s Uprising—shows up. EW has your first look at her guest role above! As Michael Ausiello reported previously, Sobieski will guest-star as the girlfriend of one of Lockhart-Gardner-Bond’s most influential clients. Said client—and Sobieski—are accused of using prescription stimulants. You’ll notice that »
- Tanner Stransky
Very few actors find a project that connects so strongly with fans that it becomes an obsession. Cary Elwes is among a smaller group that’s done it twice. The unassuming British actor burst onto film screens as Westley in The Princess Bride in 1987 and still gets fan letters from a generation that was born after its release. In 2004, Elwes tapped into a very different fan base with the smash hit Saw. It scared up more than $103 million worldwide. Not bad for a film that barely cost $1 million to make. Additionally, more than a few industry observers have said it helped to save Lionsgate, the studio that bought it just prior to its world premiere at Sundance. Five intervening films and $633 million in global box office later, the British actor returned to help bookend the series in Saw 3D.
Elwes filled Collider in on the film recently. Hit the jump »
- Ron Messer
Us Weekly reports that the actors exchanged vows in a tent on a private residence across the street from the beach.
Paquin, 28, and Moyer, 40, began dating a few months after they began working on their HBO series.
3 items from 2010
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