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You've waited for it all day, no doubt. The comeback of Owen Wilson, first interview since The Event, talking to pal Wes Anderson for MySpace. And, really, nice to see him back -- maybe we can all put this behind us and ease on down the road from here on out. So here it is, Wes (in NYC) and Owen (in Culver City), talking the new movie and what it means to them. "Most overtly personal" is the consensus -- Owen, especially, in the line about being brothers "like we used to be." Promoting a movie shouldn't have to be this hard. --Robert Wilonsky

Artist on Artist: Owen Wilson and Wes Anderson

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