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Eve for “Barbershop 2: Back in Business”

Eve, one of rap music's beautiful discoveries of recent years, laughs when asked about how she is able to maintain a semblance of normality with her current boyfriend. "Honestly it's all good scheduling and thankfully I do have -...

Kate Bosworth for “Win a Date with Tad Hamilton”

Kate Bosworth is having quite the year, having already won rave reviews for her dramatic role in the edgy Wonderland, when it opened in the US late last year. But unlike that somewhat dark character, the beautiful actress walks...

Nicole Kidman for “The Hours”

There is nothing in Nicole Kidman's portrayal of tragic novelist and essayist Virginia Woolf in The Hours that suggests that there is anything ?idmanesque' about it. The tall beautiful actress who radiated sensuality and beauty in last year's Moulin...

Selma Blair for “A Guy Thing”

While some may find turning 30 a less-than-rosy prospect, the god-humoured Selma Blair, co-starring in the new romantic comedy A Guy Thing, found the age transition somewhat liberating. "When that happened, I woke up the next morning and said:...

Eva Mendes for “2 Fast 2 Furious”

Beautiful model-turned actress Eva Mendes is a star on the rise and her profile will certainly be heightened as the female lead opposite heartthrob Paul Walker in The Fast and the Furious 2. Born in Miami, the youngest of...

John Singleton for “2 Fast 2 Furious”

John Singleton seems an unlikely choice as director of the mainstream studio actioner The Fast and the Furious 2, but that's precisely the reason why the controversial director of the seminal Boyz ?' the Hood was quick to step...

Renee Zellweger for “Chicago”

On the surface, there is nothing about Renee Zellweger that suggests the kind of boisterous sexiness she displays with abandoned energy in Chicago. Dressed simply, her blonde hair cut short and wearing glasses to further enhance an unusual timidity,...

Catherine Zeta-Jones for “Chicago”

Dressed in black, pregnant and beautiful radiant, Catherine Zeta-Jones admits that there are some parallels to be drawn between the dark world of the musical Chicago, and our fascination with celebrity, about which she is all-familiarIn Chicago, based on...

Noah Taylor for “Max”

Noah Taylor, Australia's most reluctant star, gives not only the best performance of his career, but risks a lot in his portrayal of the young Hitler in the upcoming Max, where he gives a performance as controversial as it...

Barry Humphries for “Nicholas Nickleby”

Australia's Barry Humphries is no stranger to donning a dress and wig for the sake of his art. He has been taking his Edna Everage show on the road for decades and is currently touring her across the US....

Leonardo DiCaprio for “Gangs of New York”

It's quite the year for Leonardo Di Caprio. Within five days, movie audiences in the US will get to see two very different sides of this Hollywood superstar, and as the actor tells Paul Fischer, he is up to...

Cameron Diaz for “Gangs of New York”

Cameron Diaz may be one of Hollywood's A-list stars, but in order to land the female lead in Martin Scorsese's epic period drama Gangs of New York, the beautiful actress had to audition like everybody else. Looking relaxed in...

Daniel Day-Lewis for “Gangs of New York”

After a five-year absence from the screen, Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis returns to the screen as a powerful native New Yorker whose hatred of immigrants leads to a ferocious violence. While Day-Lewis remains vague about what he's been up...

Denzel Washington for “Antwone Fisher”

It has been quite the year for Denzel Washington. Now a two-time Oscar winner, Washington reflects on directing his first feature and that night he won his first Best Actor Oscar. He talked to Paul Fischer in Los Angeles.Denzel...

Hugh Grant for “Two Weeks Notice”

When it comes to playing the shallow cad, Hugh Grant seems to have that market cornered. At least lately. He shone playing that kind of character in Bridget Jones' Diary, and returns in fine form as the selfishly egotistical,...

Jennifer Lopez for “Maid in Manhattan”

Wearing a short, creamy Chanel dress "and some top I picked up at The Gap", Jennifer Lopez prefers to laugh off all those recent engagement stories. Announcing her marriage plans on national television, there is a hint of regret...

Jack Nicholson for “About Schmidt”

He's a triple Oscar winner, a charismatic superstar and a legend, as well as one of the most imitated actors in Hollywood. Just when you thought the remarkable Jack Nicholson couldn't get any better, his pathetic character in About...

Liv Tyler for “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”

Beautiful Liv Tyler was recovering from a nasty food disorder when we met at New York's Regency Hotel. Simply dressed in a dark top and jeans, the actress, back on screen in this month's much latest and anticipated ...

Elijah Wood for “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”

Elijah Wood turns up for our interview in a New York hotel room with his hair closely cropped. An interesting cut for the young actor whose career has been revitalized as a result of the Lord of the Rings...

David Wenham for “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”

37-year-old Aussie actor David Wenham came to notice in his home country with the disturbing 1997 film "The Boys" in which he played a violent and murderous sociopath, before becoming a household name in the hit series "Sea Change"....

Miranda Otto for “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”

Miranda Otto says that she is getting used to the whole Hollywood press tour. Still a little bewildered, the beautiful Australian actress is one of the new cast members to join the epic Lord of the Rings trilogy. Dressed...

Tom Hanks, Leonardo DiCaprio, Steven Spielberg for “Catch Me If You Can”

There is something almost surreal about being left alone in a room with three of Hollywood's most powerful figures: Spielberg, Hanks, DiCaprio, between the three of them, American wealth and power. "Here, you'd better take the hot seat", booms...

Patrick Stewart for “Star Trek: Nemesis”

It may have been a long time between Romulan ales on the Enterprise, but Patrick Stewart doesn't mind the four year gap in the Star Trek franchise, "because I had been one of those arguing that we needed a...

Robert DeNiro, Billy Crystal, Harold Ramis, Lisa Kudrow for “Analyze That”

It seems an eternity ago when Analyze This hit our screens, followed by the huge success of The Sopranos. In the sequel to Analyze This, Analyze That, it would appear that art imitates art. In the sequel, Paul...

Steven Soderbergh for “Solaris”

Steven Soderbergh is the first to admit that Solaris is likely to polarise audiences and critics alike, something which actually pleases him, he happily admits as we chat in a Los Angeles hotel room. "It should have that effect,...

James Cameron for “Solaris”

James Cameron won an Oscar and made a lot of money as a result of Titanic. He hasn't directed a feature since, but he has kept himself busy, including producing Steven Soderbergh's critically divided Solaris. Paul Fischer reports.Question: You...

Phillip Noyce for “The Quiet American”

Aussie director Phillip Noyce can relax - literally. After having shot two films back to back in his native Australia, hey are both about to open in the US and a week apart. No wonder when we meet in...

George Clooney for “Solaris”

George Clooney's self-image is put to the test with his latest film, Solaris. Teaming up again with Oscar winner Steven Soderbergh, Clooney fought hard to play the role of a soulful psychologist whose dead wife seems to have come...

Rosamund Pike for “Die Another Day”

At 22, Britain's Rosamund Pike just having quite the impact. As one of the two new Bond women in the latest 007 adventure Die Another Day, Pike is having the time of her life for her first film. Dressed...

Audrey Tatou for “Amelie”

Rumour has it that when the Foreign Language Oscar nominations are announced in February, "Amelie" will emerge as the front runner. This huge box office hit in France is heading to American theatres from Friday, and for pretty French...

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