Elizabeth Banks"I've never actually murdered anyone."

Elizabeth Banks became a bona fide star in 2008 -- appearing in six movies, including high-profile parts as an amateur adult filmmaker in Kevin Smith's'Zack & Miri Make a Porno' and erstwhile first lady Laura Bush in Oliver Stone's'W.'

Banks kicks off 2009 with the horror thriller 'The Uninvited,' a remake of the South Korean film 'A Tale of Two Sisters,' in which she ditches her usually genial persona to play the possibly wicked stepmother to two sisters whose mother she may have murdered.

The gregarious star opens up about the joys of playing a "creepy psycho," the awkwardness of shooting porn and the series finale of 'Scrubs.'

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