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Lara Flynn Boyle for “Men in Black 2”

Lara Flynn Boyle is not only one of TV's toughest prosecutors, but with Jack Nicholson and a weight issue dominating the press, the beautiful actress is more than happy to be LFB lead in one of the biggest films...

Tommy Lee Jones for “Men in Black 2”

Tommy Lee Jones has often showed a visible disdain for the press. Now doing the rounds for the much-anticipated Men in Black 2, Jones is coolly cordial, shaking hands and responding simply. His lines on his weathered face are...

Will Smith for “Men in Black 2”

Will Smith is in the best of moods, and he wants to make that clear. "I'm so happy I'm havin' a heart attack," he laughingly exclaims as he begins the push for the next new summer blockbuster Men...

Tom Cruise for “Minority Report”

It's hard to believe that Tom Cruise is about to turn 40. Far more relaxed and good-spirited than the last time we met for Vanilla Sky, the perennially youthful Cruise has been on top of his game for close...

Christian Slater for “Windtalkers”

It's apparent that Christian Slater has mellowed over the years. Long gone is the carousing brat once charged with beating up his girlfriend. Now a father of two, Slater is happily married to Ryan Haddon for the past two...

James Garner for “Divine Secrets of the Ya Ya Sisterhood”

James Garner has a quiet professianlism. Clearly annoyed that he he has been waiting for an hour to begin the day's cycle of interviews, the 74-year old Oscar nominee mumbles about "having been on time" while apologising for the...

Ben Affleck for “The Sum of All Fears”

As Ben Affleck contemplates turning the big 30, the Hollywood star talks Jack Ryan, Daredevil and how he has coped with a tumultuous year on the personal front, to Paul Fischer.Ben Affleck may be about to turn 30, but...

Chris Nolan for “Insomnia”

Organising phone interviews with the US from Australia proves more difficult than you might expect. As if time zone differences weren't problem enough, daylight savings issues, organisational calls and last minute delays/time changes wreak all sorts of havoc.However, after...

James Cromwell for “Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron”

James Cromwell is as larger-than-life off screen as he is on. The Oscar nominee for the hit film Babe, has played his share of powerful figures, more recently as the voice of the determined Colonel Custer in the animated...

Kelly Asbury, Lorna Cook for “Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron”

When DreamWorks unspools its latest animated feature this weekend, it will be the first traditional looking animated feature to premiere in quite some time. A lavish tale of the Wild West seen through the eyes of a powerful, proud...

Laura Ziskin for “Spider-Man”

She is one of the most powerful female producers in Hollywood with hits like "Pretty Woman", "As Good as it Gets", "Hero", "To Die For" and this year's Oscars ceremony under her belt. Now she's producing this Summer blockbuster...

Kirsten Dunst for “Spider-Man”

Kirsten Dunst is not one to shock easily as her often girlish demeanour suggests. However, on her recent trip to Australia where she conducted some early interviews for Spider-Man, she was appalled at the extent that the local media...

Avi Arad for “Spider-Man”

He is responsible for helping turn Marvel Comics around from near disaster to the giant juggernaut it is today in both comic and film/TV arenas - he's also producer on the likes of recent hits like "Blade" & "X-Men"...

Julia Stiles for “The Business of Strangers”

It didn't take her long, but teen sensation Julia Stiles is one of Hollywood's major new stars. With a number of high-profile projects, a variety of magazine covers, and a spot on Teen People's 1999 The 21 Hottest Stars...

Willem Dafoe for “Spider-Man”

He is an academy award nominee and one of Hollywood's most chameleon-like actors, but nothing has prepared him for the media frenzy surrounding his latest gig, that of the evil alter-ego to billionaire Norman Osborn, The Green Goblin, in...

Val Kilmer for “The Salton Sea”

Val Kilmer may not be on Hollywood's A-list as such, but he thrives on taking risk, such as his latest film The Salton Sea. Here he plays Danny Parker, a man who is losing his grip on life. With...

The Rock for “The Scorpion King”

The Rock - aka Dwayne Johnson - is beginning to make that seamless transformation from sports to movie stardom? Perhaps a worthy successor to Arnold? Based on early reaction to his starring role in the tongue-in-cheek period adventure The...

Eddie Izzard for “The Cat’s Meow”

Fans of British comic Eddie Izzard - a self-described 'male Lesbian' -may be surprised to find him on screen as Charlie Chaplin in the new film The Cat's Meow. But Izzard, who insists he is a straight transvestite, felt...

Cameron Diaz for “The Sweetest Thing”

After being critically lauded in Vanilla Sky, beautiful and luminous Cameron Diaz is back on screen in familiar territory, starring I the sometimes gross-=out screwball romantic comedy, The Sweetest Thing. And as she confides to Paul Fischer, she is...

Samuel L. Jackson for “Changing Lanes”

Samuel L. Jackson is not only Hollywood's quintessential Mr Cool, but one of the most versatile actors in town. Within a month he'll do battle with those pesky Clones in Episode II of the Star Wars saga, and an...

Tara Reid for “Van Wilder: Party Liason”

Tara Reid wasn't in the best of moods when she met the press to talk about her latest film, Van Wilder. Clearly upset, Reid has often been the victim of tabloid journalism, much of her own doing.There was her...

Ryan Reynolds for “Van Wilder: Party Liason”

Ryan Reynolds may well be the next Jim Carrey, at least that is his hope if his new film Van Wilder takes off. In the film, Reynolds is the self-titled Wilder who might be starting his seventh year at...

Ashley Judd for “High Crimes”

Beautiful and elegant, Ashley Judd is sporting a large diamond ring, symbol of her recent marriage to racing car driver Dario Franchitti in a fairy tale ceremony in Scotland at Skibo Castle in Edinburgh, the same castle that hosted...

Rachel Griffiths for “The Rookie”

It has been quite the year for Aussie Rachel Griffiths. Starring with Dennis Quaid in the biographical baseball pic The Rookie, she directed her second short film and, oh yes, there's that gig she has on US television in...

Jesse Bradford for “Clockstoppers”

The first thing one notices about 23-year old Hollywood actor Jesse Bradford is his own sense of self-assuredness. The Connecticut-born star of Stephen Soderbergh's underrated King Of The Hill, as well as Bring It On and the forthcoming family...

Jonathan Frakes for “Clockstoppers”

Actor/director Jonathan Frakes is best known among Star Trek lovers for playing Commander William Riker in Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994) and in the Star Trek feature films. Before joining the other legends of Gene Roddenberry's operatic future...

Robin Williams for “Death to Smoochy”

It's quite the year for Oscar-winning genius Robin Williams: A serial killer in Insomnia, a seemingly quiet but obsessive photo developer in the extraordinary One Hour Photo, a disgraced children's TV show host in the unforgettable Death to Smoochy...

Adam Resnick for “Death to Smoochy”

When I really like a movie, one of the first things I do is try to get an interview with the screenwriter. In the case of "Death to Smoochy," easily my favorite movie so far this year, that...

Edward Norton for “Death to Smoochy”

Edward Norton is the actor's actor, an original and unique voice in American cinema. Often playing wildly narcissistic characters, the anarchic voice of Mr. Norton has been turned down a notch as a sweetly naïve host of children's TV...

Danny DeVito for “Death to Smoochy”

Warner Bros. Pictures held a special screening of Danny De Vito's brilliant black comedy, Death to Smoochy at the Warner lot, and followed the screening by a Q&A with De Vito, who is both director and co-star of this...

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