Rachel McAdams"I would vote for Ben [Affleck]. I would wear a big 'Vote for Ben' sticker. [Laughs]"

She's tackled dramedy ('The Family Stone'), a Wes Craven thriller ('Red Eye') and one of the most sweepingly romantic movies of the last decade (you know you loved 'The Notebook') -- now Rachel McAdams is getting political.

In 'State of Play' -- based on a six-hour BBC TV series -- McAdams plays a plucky young newspaper blogger who teams with the paper's most seasoned reporter, Cal McAffrey (Russell Crowe), to investigate what appears to a huge political conspiracy.

Moviefone got McAdams to dish about working with Crowe and Helen Mirren, if she'd vote for co-star Ben Affleck in an election and her next big role of the year, opposite Robert Downey Jr. in 'Sherlock Holmes.'

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