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Marcelle LeBlanc, On Playing Mary Ellen in The Walton's as a Latterday Amelia Earhart and the Power of the Arts to Change Lives
Teenage film icon Marcelle LeBlanc talks about playing Mary Ellen as a homage to the spirit of aviator Amelia Earhart and how acting transformed her life at school when she stopped trying to fit in and just be herself.
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A long-form review of Emily in Paris, Darren Star's romantic comedy follow up to Sex and the City starring Lily Collins, Lucas Bravo and Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu.