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Rachel McAdams carved a career in Hollywood's romantic comedies with her lively girl-next-door persona, but recently, she's developed a penchant for the darker side.McAdams, 36, has shifted gears in grittier films and roles, playing Maureen Hope, a loving wife and mother to boxer Billy Hope (Jake Gyllenhaal) in rags-to-riches-to-rags tale "Southpaw," in theaters this Friday.The actress, also starring as world-weary Detective Ani Bezzerides on HBO's crime drama "True Detective," spoke to Reuters about the world of boxing and taking a dramatic turn. Q: What are you enjoying about playing edgier characters recently, in "A Most Wanted Man" and "True Detective".
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