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Dennis Quaid for “Far from Heaven”

Dennis Quaid admits that he didn't find it difficult to identify with his latest screen character. In the already acclaimed Far from Heaven, Quaid plays a family man in hyper-realistic 50s suburbia desperately trying to hide his homosexuality from...

Owen Wilson for “I, Spy”

Owen Wilson does not come across as your typical movie spy. The laid back and laconic Texan actor is shy and introverted, admitting that he feels far more comfortable when he is just writing, as opposed to being in...

Joel Silver for “Ghost Ship”

Joel Silver remains one of Hollywood's foremost producing icons, a man who revitalised the action genre from the Lethal Weapon movies, to the Matrix trilogy and beyond. His latest venture, Ghost Ship, hits the water running this week, and...

Julianna Marguiles for “Ghost Ship”

There seems little doubt that former E.R. star Julianna Margulies loves working in Australia. Last there for the Bruce Beresford-directed Paradise Road, the beautiful 36-year old returned to Queensland's Gold Coast in the starring role as the leader of...

Thandie Newton for “The Truth About Charlie”

Beautiful 30-year old Thandie Newton is very picky as to what she does. Motherhood, she says, is a strong criterion in her decision-making process. "I went to see Red Dragon the other night, and after the first five minutes,...

Mark Wahlberg for “The Truth About Charlie”

Mark Wahlberg was looking debonair wearing a black Armani suit and pink tie no less. Perhaps it was that Cary Grant thing. But then he has a clear disdain for those inevitable comparisons, stepping in those shoes in...

Anna Farris, Regina Hall for “Scary Movie 3”

The gals are back in what is undoubtedly the funniest film in the Scary Movie franchise, thanks to director David Zucker. No wonder these two ladies were willing to be lured back for a third film, as Paul Fischer...

Heather Juergensen, Jennifer Westfeldt for “Kissing Jessica Stein”

If Woody Allen decided to make a New York romantic comedy about two women in love, one Jewish, heaven forbid one not, he may well have envisaged Kissing Jessica Stein. It may not be the year's biggest film, but...

Naomi Watts for “The Ring”

A young actress, trying to make a name for herself back in Australia, the British-born Aussie has finally been discovered by Hollywood. Now starring her first Hollywood film, the eerie thriller The Ring, Watts laughs at the notion...

Katie Holmes for “Abandon”

Katie Holmes is much taller than you would expect walking into the hotel room where the shy 23-year old Dawson's Creek star is talking up her first starring role in a film. Her neatly brushed brown hair matches her...

Michael Moore for “Bowling for Columbine”

The man from Flint, Michigan is back and madder than ever when it comes to the subject of gun control. The bombastic, talkative and exuberant 48-year old may well be indeed a card-carrying member of the NRA, but in...

Salma Hayek for “Frida”

Even after weeks of talking about pet project, Frida, Salma Hayek remains an impassioned presence. The petite, beautiful actress is in a good mood, as well she should be. Attired in a nearly transparent, light yellow blouse with black...

Edward Norton for “Red Dragon”

Edward Norton would rather be relaxing on his day off from rehearsing the play than sitting in a Manhattan hotel room helping to promote his latest film, Red Dragon, the latest tale in the eerie Hannibal Lecter saga. "Obviously...

Anthony Hopkins for “Red Dragon”

Anthony Hopkins was in a surprisingly good mood promoting Red Dragon in a New York hotel. Casually attired in leather jacket and jeans, the Oscar wining Brit begins by impersonating Red Dragon producer Dino De Laurentiis, with deep Italian...

Dennis Hopper for “Knockaround Guys”

Dennis Hopper may not be the wild man he once was, but he still has plenty to say. About to leave for Australia where he will be starring as Frank Sinatra in a new Aussie film, Hopper talks to...

James Van Der Beek for “The Rules of Attraction”

Dawson Creek heartthrob opts for a change of image on the controversial Rules of Attraction, while admitting to Paul Fischer that this is the final year for the TV show that made him a star, and he couldn't be...

Robin Wright Penn for “White Oleander”

One of Hollywood's most accomplished stars, Robin Wright was in Toronto promoting her latest film, White Oleander. In this candid interview, the acclaimed actress talked to Paul Fischer about life with husband Sean Penn, acting and keeping her life...

Alexis Bledel for “Tuck Everlasting”

At a graceful 21 years old, Alexis Bledel is having the time of her life, first as Rory Gilmore in the smash hit Gilmore Girls, and now in Disney's period fantasy, Tuck Everlasting, which had its world premiere at...

Bruce Greenwood for “Below”

Bruce Greenwood is emerging as one of Hollywood's busiest and versatile actors. He was born in Noranda, Quebec and spent the early part of his life in the U.S. and moved with his family to British Columbia when he...

Alex Proyas for “Garage Days”

Question: After "Dark City" you pretty much had you choice of doing whatever project you wanted, why did you choose to come back here and work on a low-budget rock comedy?Answer: I didn't have my choice of any project...

Jackie Chan for “The Tuxedo”

Jackie Chan is not the easiest man to talk to. Warm and amiable on the one hand, Chan's broken English and speedy demeanour always make for an entertaining audience with this master of physical acrobatics. Ironically, while he loves...

Dustin Hoffman for “Moonlight Mile”

Dustin Hoffman is every bit the movie star: charismatic, charming, knows how to work a room, yet remains unpretentious in the process. Commenting on how busy he is at the Toronto Film Festival where he is enthusiastically promoting his...

Reese Witherspoon for “Sweet Home Alabama”

Reese Witherspoon doesn't act as if she has become one of Hollywood's major players. Petite and unassuming, she has little make up and looks pretty wearing a pink, cashmere sweater. Perhaps it is motherhood that has brought 25-year old...

Jennifer Love Hewitt for “The Tuxedo”

Jennifer Love Hewitt could not be happier. The beautiful 23-year old is not only hitting the road promoting her new album, but is equally busy talking up her new film The Tuxedo, an action comedy which casts her opposite...

Michael Caine for “Secondhand Lions”

Sir Michael Caine was astonishing in the universally praised Quiet American, but the Oscar winning legend confesses, that the experience of trying to get that film seen is one he will never repeat. Caine will next be seen opposite...

Maggie Gyllenhaal for “Secretary”

When beautiful screen newcomer Maggie Gyllenhaal bursts onto screens this Friday in the audacious and sexy dark comedy Secretary, audiences will be introduced to a brave and intellectual new talent, the latest 'it' girl if one were to believe...

Goldie Hawn for “The Banger Sisters”

Oscar winner Goldie Hawn looks nothing like her 57 years. Sexy and beautiful, the actress who has forged a career redefining the proverbial dumb blonde on screen, has taken on a different challenge as one half of The Banger...

Ryan Phillippe for “Igby Goes Down”

Ryan Phillippe is one of the most interesting and intellectual actors of his generation. In the star-studded ensemble black comedy Igby Goes Down, Phillippe plays Oliver Slocomb, older Ivy League brother to the rebellious Kieran Culkin.Phillippe, who was born...

Catherine Deneuve for “8 Femmes”

Catherine Deneuve remains one of the world's great movie stars, and has been so for almost half a century. Always looking for something different, Deneuve joins an-female cast in the lavish musical murder mystery 8 Women. Paul Fischer was...

Sylvester Stallone for “D-Tox”

Once upon a time Sylvester 'Sly' Stallone, the poor, abused kid from New York's Hell Kitchen, was a proud member of Hollywood's elite. But these days, Hollywood may have turned his back on the Oscar winning creator of Rocky...

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