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Lake Bell Bares All for Magazine Cover

Lake Bell Bares All for Magazine Cover

Originally posted 08/11/2013 09:50AM

It's one way to make a fashion statement.

Lake Bell posed nude for the Fall Fashion issue of New York magazine (on sale Monday), with ink as her only accessory.

The oversized monochromatic rose was designed by her tattoo-artist husband Scott Campbell. The pair were wed in June in New Orleans.

But Bell is making waves for reasons beyond the steamy cover. Her new film, In a World, which she wrote, directed and starred in, is getting rave reviews. Bell also won the prestigious U.S. Dramatic Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award for the film at the Sundance Film Festival in January.

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Campbell Scott Is Engaged | Campbell Scott

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Campbell Scott Is Engaged

Originally posted 04/26/2009 12:15PM

Campbell Scott will be walking down the aisle this summer, he tells PEOPLE. Scott got engaged to stage actress Kathleen McElfresh in November.

"We've been dating almost two years," he revealed at the premiere of his latest film, Handsome Harry, at the Tribeca Film Festival over the weekend.

The happy couple met while working at a theater in Boston. "I was in a one-man play, so I was very lonely," he said on the red carpet, holding hands with McElfresh. "Kathleen was in a play by the same author, but with a real cast. I just ended up with the cast one night, so we started talking."

But McElfresh remembers it a bit differently.

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Fall TV Watch: What's Hot, What's Not | Steve Carell

Fall TV Watch: What's Hot, What's Not

Originally posted 09/21/2006 06:00AM

NEW SHOWSWatch It: Shark (CBS, 10 p.m. ET) James Woods, who is starting to look like the better-groomed twin of Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush, gives a performance that's smooth, playful and big – on a different scale than you'll see in most dramatic series. He plays a hotshot defense attorney who suffers a moral crisis and decides to devote his formidable cunning to doing good by taking a job with the L.A. district attorney's office. I actually wish he'd stayed on the dark side, quashing considerations of decency under his shoe like a stale marshmallow. But an actor this good having a time this good is worth at least a nibble.

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