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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Bradley Whitford
With A-listers like Matthew McConaughey, Julia Roberts and Halle Berry jumping to TV, actor Bradley Whitford marvels at how show-biz stigma of the small screen is now a thing of the past.
After several years of studio purgatory, Joss Whedon's long-shelved, much-anticipated horror film "The Cabin in the Woods" finally arrived before audiences at the South By Southwest Film Festival.
"It was bordering on stalking," he said.
"By the way," Whitford added, "on 'West Wing,' I was one of the young guys and now (on 'Trophy Wife') I'm Wilford (expletive) Brimley.