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Bill Pullman, Headed Back To '1600 Penn'

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Bill Pullman enjoyed a star turn as the president of the United States in Independence Day. And in an upcoming NBC show, 1600 Penn, he's back in the White House. He's also starring in a new film, Bringing Up Bobby.

Pullman talks about his reputation as Hollywood's "everyman," his return to the presidency, and his new film.

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