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Kicking off a week-long series called “Where Are They Now?,” TODAY spotlights Ashley Smith, who recalls the seven hours of terror she endured as the hostage of escaped killer Brian Nichols, and the fateful decision she made not to do drugs with him. She tells Savannah Guthrie that Kate Mara “does a great job playing me” in the upcoming film dramatization of the incident, “Captive.”