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Ray Romano for “Welcome to Mooseport”

Ray Romano seems to have a lot in common with his famous television alter ego. Quietly wry, he remains non-committal as to the future of Everyone Loves Raymond, the nearly 10-year old sitcom that turned the laid-back comic into...

John Polson for “Hide and Seek”

Aussie actor/director John Polson was born at Sydney's Paddington Women's Hospital in Sydney in 1965 to parents Marie Francis and Ron Polson, a piano player and jazz singer respectively. In his early years, his ambition was to become a...

Keira Knightley for “The Jacket”

In the thick of Sundance, home of skiers and movie lovers, that annual love fest of Indie cinema known as the Sundance Film Festival is in full throttle. It may not exactly be the arena in which one would...

Famke Janssen for “Hide and Seek”

A former model, Dutch-born actress Famke Janssen had her screen breakthrough as Xenia Onatopp, James Bond's (literally) man-crushing foe in GoldenEye (1995). Born in Holland on January 1, 1964, Janssen launched her lucrative modelling career at an early...

Nia Long for “Are We There Yet?”

Nia Long has always been an actress exuding confidence. At the end of a long day promoting her newest film Are we there Yet, the beautiful actress says that picking this romantic comedy during her Third Watch hiatus was...

Simon Baker for “Book of Love”

It was the world premiere of Aussie actor Simon Baker's latest film, Book of Love, co-starring fellow Australian Frances O'Connor. At the Sundance Film Festival, Baker was present with his wife of 12 years, Rebecca Rigg.  As we chat...

Ja Rule for “Assault on Precinct 13”

A gravel-throated emcee hailing from Queens, Ja Rule has been receiving attention since his verse on Jay-Z's "Can I Get A..." His debut album Venni Vetti Vecci dropped in 1999, powered by the runaway smash "Holla Holla" which flooded...

Dakota Fanning for “Hide and Seek”

She may be almost 11, but Dakota Fanning behaves with more maturity than most Hollywood veterans. In the five years since the press were initially confronted by the diminutive actress in I am Sam, Fanning talks with the increasing...

Ashton Kutcher for “The Butterfly Effect “

Ashton Kutcher was feeling in a good mood despite entering the lion's den to promote his new film, The Butterfly Effect, in a Los Angeleshotel room. Though he was there to talk up the movie, he laughingly admits that...

Elisabeth Shue for “Hide and Seek”

Stilkl alluring, Elisabeth Shue, once considered Hollywod's golden girl, seem to have disappeared, but she's back, and busier than ever. From her supporting role in the thriloler Hide and Seek to Gregg Araki's Mysterious Skin, we will be seeing...

Jennifer Aniston for “Along Came Polly”

Jennifer Aniston was fashionably late for our brief interview in a Los Angeles hotel, and freely admits that tardiness is one her least attractive faults. "Yean I tend to be late," she explains, somewhat sweetly as we set about...

Debra Messing for “Along Came Polly”

It is no surprise that Will and Grace's Debra Messing was positively glowing when we met to discuss her latest movie, Along Came Polly, starring Jennifer Aniston and Ben Stiller. Looking radiantly pregnant, the 35-year old Emmy Award winner...

Charlize Theron for “Aeon Flux”

When one thinks of Charlize Theron, one pictures that blond South African-born goddess who shined when she won the Oscar earlier this year. So it's a surprise to see her in Germany on the set of her new...

Charlize Theron for “Monster”

Any actress who has grown up sexy and beautiful on screen will tell you they want to be taken seriously. Halle Berry proved that with Monster's Ball a few years back, and now, at the height of her own...

Christina Ricci for “Monster”

The more one meets 23-year Christina Ricci, the more one realises that this former child star doesn't suffer fools gladly. With a diet coke in one hand and cigarette in the other, this intelligent young actress with the intense...

John Woo for “Paycheck”

John Woo may well have redeemed himself after critically maligned flop Windtalkers, as he takes on the futuristic thriller Paycheck. Yet it's hard to believe that Woo is desperate to make a musical - Woo style. Paul Fischer reports.Question:...

Steve Martin for “Cheaper by the Dozen”

Steve Martin was unusually relaxed when he met the press while promoting his latest film, Cheaper by the Dozen. Not one of Martin's favourite activities, he rarely talks to the print media, perhaps because, he says, it's all rather...

Peter Jackson for “The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King”

Peter Jackson was in an upbeat mood as he began his marathon round of interviews promoting the final, long-awaited chapter in his epic Lord of the Rings trilogy. Sporting his trademark purple t-shirt, khaki shorts , Jackson doesn't quite...

Ben Affleck for “Paycheck”

In his latest film, Paycheck, his character has a chance to change an unsettling future, the sci-fi thriller. In reality, Affleck takes pleasure in laughing at the kind of year he has had, or at least acknowledging that he...

Tom Welling for “Cheaper by the Dozen”

Tom Welling was a mere unknown a few short years ago, until a TV seies called Smallville turned the young would-be actor into one of Hollywood's most popular young stars. Now a part of the ensemble of the new...

Mike Newell for “Mona Lisa Smile”

Mike Newell is a director whose diversity is apparent. While movie goers may flock to see his predominantly female starrer Mona Lisa Smile, many more will descend in droves to see his next film, Harry Potter and the Goblet...

Julia Roberts for “Mona Lisa Smile”

Julia Roberts begins by excusing herself for having the flu. "I keep on throwing up, which is quite disgusting, but don't worry, I'm not contagious", Roberts says laughingly. Never a huge fan of the press junket process with a...

Liv Tyler for “The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King”

Liv Tyler is a luminous presence, but try talking wedding ring, as opposed to Tolkien's Ring, and Ms Tyler clams up. "You really those personal questions, don't you", she poses with a sweet smile that clearly hides her...

Meryl Streep for “Adaptation”

Nominated for 12 Oscars, and recipient of two Meryl Streep has long been regarded as one of the great actresses of her generation. Off screen, as Paul Fischer discovered, Ms Streep would rather be at home with her...

Keanu Reeves for “Something’s Gotta Give”

One easily forgets that there is more to Keanu Reeves than The Matrix, as is proven by his charmingly romantic turn in Something's Gotta Give, in which he plays a doctor smitten by the older Diane Keaton. In an...

Jack Nicholson for “Something’s Gotta Give”

In his latest film, Something's Gotta Give, Oscar winning legend Jack Nicholson plays an aging playboy attracted to younger women and scared of serious commitment. So it's not surprising that the veteran star had a major hand in developing...

Diane Keaton for “Something’s Gotta Give”

In her latest romantic comedy, Something's Gotta Give, Oscar winner Diane Keaton plays a divorcee torn between Jack Nicholson and Keanu Reeves, but ultimately desperate to love again since her divorce. While in the movies, Keaton's character may long...

Val Kilmer, Carrie-Ann Moss, Simon Baker for “Red Planet”

It used to be that doing interviews meant clicking on a tape recorder. That's all changed, writes Paul Fischer from Los Angeles. From the privacy of his own, and with a bit of help from the Internet, a computer...

Ewan McGregor for “Big Fish”

Humility doesn't come easy to Scottish actor Ewan McGregor. Clearly one who despises the whole press junket process, McGregor was not in the mood for jocularity when promoting his latest film, Big Fish, a comic fantasy about a unique...

Albert Finney for “Big Fish”

He is one of the greatest British actors of his generation, as large-as-life off screen as on, and a charismatic figure who has captivated audiences for 4 decades. Albert Finney has created a gallery of remarkable characters, in landmark...

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