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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...

Jesse Bradford for “Swimfan”

Jesse Bradford is one of Hollywood's hot young stars. An actor since he made his debut in a Q-Tip TV ad at the age of eight months, Jesse first earned attention for his work in James Ivory's A Soldier's...

John Polson for “Swimfan”

He is an acclaimed actor, the founder of the internationally acclaimed Tropfest Short Film Festival, and now, John Polson, calls New York home, as he embarks on a career as a major Hollywood director. First up is the teen...

Erika Christensen for “Swimfan”

Erika Christensen is rapidly emerging as one of Hollywood's major new talents. From Traffic to The Banger Sisters and now Swimfan, Erika is excelling at not exactly being the nice girl next door, and she's having a blast, as...

Walter Hill for “Undisputed”

Walter Hill has made some of Hollywood's most seminal films, from The Warriors, to 48 Hours, The Long Riders, Southern Comfort and Streets of Fire. The son of a ship's riveter, director/writer Hill studied art in Mexico City, hoping...

Robin Williams for “One Hour Photo”

It has been quite the year for Oscar-winner Robin Williams, playing a gallery of dark characters, but none quite like his Sy in One Hour Photo, a performance that may well garner him another Oscar nomination. From a character...

Ving Rhames for “Undisputed”

Ving Rhames, who stars as a world heavyweight boxing champ incarcerated for rape, said that he had no difficulty playing prisoner, surrounded by both real-life and fictionalized criminals. "I grew up around criminals, so it was comfortable," Rhames explains...

Alexa Vega for “Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams”

One of the more endearing moments in the new Spy Kids adventure, Island of Lost Dreams, is at the end when 14-year old Alexa Vega does a 'Britney Spears' and performs on stage. Jokingly asked if she will be...

Antonio Banderas for “Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams”

Antonio Banderas arrives for our interview wearing a crumpled white shirt, jeans and a heavy thick beard. Not normally the attire one would expect from one of the world's leading film stars. "I didn't mean to look do scruffy",...

Rob Cohen for “xXx”

Rob Cohen may be 53 but he has a youthful pulse on Hollywood. Following last year's unexpected hit The Fast and the Furious, Cohen is back on Hollywood's A-list as a formidable director who knows just how to reach...

Vin Diesel for “XXX”

There was a time when you could not shut up Vin Diesel. The 35-year old native New Yorker, who first attained recognition through his work in the likes of Saving Private Ryan and Pitch Black, is now more guarded...

Marton Csokas for “XXX”

The name Marton Csokas may not be familiar to most people, but chances are you've seen him at least once before and never realised. The 36-year old New Zealand actor who got his break playing Dr. Leonard Rossi-Dodds...

Liam Neeson for “K-19: The Widowmaker”

Liam Neeson has always come across as a strapping 6 foot plus actor. The Irish actor seems to end up in films that are not the easiest to shoot. He had his share of problems shooting the special effects-laden...

Sigourney Weaver for “Tadpole”

Sigourney Weaver thrives on changing from mainstream Hollywood fare to smaller Indie fare, such as her latest film Tadpole. A popular favourite at this year's Sundance Film Festival, Weaver is luminous as a teenager's stepmother, whom the former is...

Harrison Ford for “K-19: The Widowmaker”

Harrison Ford makes it clear from the outset that selling his latest film, in this case the 1960s-set fact-based K-19: The Widowmaker, remains his least favourite facet of the movie-making process.While offering his occasional cursory glance to the publicist,...

Steve Irwin for “The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course”

By crikey, is Steve Irwin the new Paul Hogan? Are Australians' image about to be put to the test yet again? TV's most successful Aussie conservationist tells it like it is, reports fellow Aussie Paul Fischer from Los Angeles.The...

Tom Hanks for “Road to Perdition”

He's a two-time Oscar winner and by all accounts, the nicest A-list star in Hollywood. But his likeable Everyman screen image is about to be put to the test playing a hit man protecting his son from the hands...

Paul Newman for “Road to Perdition”

He's an Oscar winning legend, one of truly great legends of his generation. Now, Paul Newman is back on screen as a gangster patriarch in Road to Perdition. Newman recently met the press for an all-encompassing chat. Paul Fischer...

Margaret Cho for “Notorious C.H.O.”

She's irreverent, outspoken and comically brilliant. And Margaret Cho continues to tell it like it is in her latest concert film, Notorious C.H.O. A self-described "Korean-American fag-hag, shit-starter, girl comic, trash talker," Margaret Cho is nothing if not...

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...

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