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March 31 2006

Julie Benz in Swedish-American movie "Kill Your Darlings." Julie plays a burnt-out Hollywood mom in this movie by Bjorne Larsson.

Julie is the love interest of the brilliant Swedish actor Fares Fares. The movie also features the excellent Swedish actors Andreas Wilson (from Oscar nominated "Evil" 2003) & Alexander Skarsgård (son of Stellan Skarsgård). Also starring Greg Germann, Lolita Davidovich & John Larroquette.

Swedish premiere: April 13.
US premiere not set yet, according to imdb.



(why yes, I do like to pimp Sweden! ;D)

I had to get rid of the accent above the o in Bjorne as it buggers up the RSS feed something chronic.

Julie Benz looks amazing btw. She's come a long way since Welcome to the Hellmouth. Amazing actress. Stellar in Angel season 2.
My uncle's brother-in-law is in that! He's either Dr. Ein or Dr. Zwei, but I couldn't tell ya which, because his identical twin brother plays the other one (and I can't remember if he's Dan or Don!)

They were in Terminator 2, as well, but they both played the same dude, which is weird because it was such a small role - like a security guard dude or something who got sliced in half lengthwise by the baddie, if I remember right. It's been a long time since I saw it, though.
Simon, two ways to have fancy European characters in the RSS feed without breaking anything.

1. Start the feed with the line

[?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?]

except with angle brackets instead of square brackets, the comments system strips off angle brackets.

Nothing at all, not even whitespace, allowed before this.

This is good for pretty much all Western European characters in common use, including the pound sign, which I've noticed you removing from headlines before. Full details here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8859-1

2. Encode the characters as numeric entities. So lower case o with an umlaut would be ö

You can see a list of further characters here:
http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/sgml/entities.html#h-24.2.1

This second technique would also allow you to use non-European characters if required.

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