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Julia Stiles Gabs About Her Movies

“Ghostwriter” (1993-’94)

“No, I can&rsquo;t,” Stiles said, jumping as soon as I pulled up this clip from “Ghostwriter,” the children’s mystery series that aired on PBS from 1992 to 1995.&nbsp;”Do we have to? I can&rsquo;t watch it!” <br><br>I told her we didn’t have to, but before I could close the tab on my computer, Stiles continued, “We all have our — ugh, please, I can&rsquo;t watch it. It&rsquo;s too corny. Also, my saving grace is that every actor starts off somewhere, but … yeah. It&rsquo;s too embarrassing. It&rsquo;s ridiculous.”&nbsp;<br><br>In the clip we were going to watch, Stiles plays a young hacker with what would have been a nice premonition for the nascent internet, had it actually proved true: “It’s a world where you’re judged by what you say and think, not by what you look like.”

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