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Gene Hackman for “The Royal Tenembaums”

In a career spanning close to four decades, Gene Hackman is more than just an actor, he's a celebrated Hollywood institution. Often cast as tough characters, the Oscar winning star of The French Connection, has appeared in some of...

Simon Baker for “The Affair of the Necklace”

Aussie actor Simon Baker has come a long way since appearing in local TV soaps from his debut back in 1989, winning Australia's Logie Award for Best Newcomer in 1992. His return to primetime television, here in the...

Hilary Swank for “The Affair of the Necklace”

If one was to look at the early bio of Hilary Swank, one could hardly foresee an Oscar in her future. A professional actress since the age of sixteen, when she moved to Los Angeles from her native Bellingham...

Bridget Fonda for “Kiss Of The Dragon”

In case you were wondering what had happened to Bridget Fonda, she's back, starring opposite Jet Li in Kiss of the Dragon. Paul Fischer spent some time with the actress.It seems ironic that Bridget Fonda is co-starring in the...

Jet Li for “Kiss of the Dragon”

Jet Li remains one of the hottest action stars around, with his latest film, Kiss of the Dragon, his most elaborate outside of Hong Kong.  Li plays Liu Jiuan, a mysterious operative who travels from Shanghai to Paris on...

Patricia Arquette for “Little Nicky”

It seems like the most unique combination: Patricia Arquette, very serious star of independent films, as Adam Sandler's love interest in his hellish comedy Little Nicky? An ironic piece of casting given her recent turn in the more serious...

Kevin Kline for “Life as a House”

Kevin Kline has a self-deprecating manner about him, but these days, given recent events, it's hard to retain a sense of humour. So Kline, who plays a dying architect in his new film Life as a House, tries to...

Hayden Christensen for “Life as a House”

Until recently, 19-year old Canadian actor Hayden Christensen was hardly a household name. But come next summer, expect the young actor's image to be pasted on every major magazine cover in the world. He is, after all, the new...

Jena Malone for “Life as a House”

Jena Malone may be sweet 16, but has the maturity level of a woman twice her age. Ferociously passionate and fiercely independent, Malone, who recently emancipated herself from her parents, plays two very distinct characters in Life is a...

John Lasseter for “Monsters Inc.”

It seems that among this year's biggest and most memorable films are computer-animated. Now it's time for Monsters Inc, the eagerly awaited follow up to Pixar's Toy Story 2 and its rich predecessors. Paul Fischer catches up with two...

Steve Buscemi for “Monsters Inc.”

Steve Buscemi is no stranger to the world of animation, being last heard in the photo-realistic Final Fantasy. But as a villainous monster in Disney's Monsters Inc, Buscemi is clearly having the time of his life. Known for his...

John Goodman for “Monsters Inc.”

John Goodman is no stranger to the world of animation, Disney-style, recently stealing the likes of Emperor's New Groove and now the world of Monsters Inc, from the Academy Award-winning creators of Toy Story. This delightful charmer revolves around...

Billy Crystal for “Monsters Inc.”

It seems that Billy Crystal was born to play the jocular Mike Wazowski in Monsters Inc. Having missed out on Toy Story, the brilliant comedian does wonders in this fitfully funny comic gem, revolving around the largest scare factory...

Billy Bob Thornton for “The Man Who Wasn’t There”

The acclaimed writer/director/actor and now husband to one Angelina Jolie is one busy dude. From the commercial crime comedy Bandits, through to the Coen Brothers' startling film nourish thriller The Man who wasn't There and to the soon-to-be-released Monsters...

Matt LeBlanc for “All the Queen’s Men”

Matt LeBlanc was all smiles. Elegantly attired in dark blue suit, crisp white shirt and navy tie, he was taking a day off from his 'day job' over at Warner Brothers to talk up his starring role in the...

Jeff Bridges for “K-Pax”

He is one of the most acclaimed actors of his generation, has starred in some of Hollywood's most memorable films, yet as big as a star as Jeff Bridges is, he still remains Hollywood Mr Nice Guy, as Paul...

Johnny Depp for “From Hell”

Johnny Depp was looking calmly sombre when we met. Just a few hours after news reports on the first American bombing campaign in Afghanistan, a serene Depp questioned the validity of doing press for his latest film, From Hell....

Heather Graham for “From Hell”

Whether she's shagging Austin Powers, ex-boyfriend Ed Burns in Sidewalks in New York, or a British-accented Johnny Depp in her newest film, From Hell, Heather Graham is one of Hollywood's hot properties. When talking to Paul Fischer recently, Graham...

Rob Sitch for “The Dish”

While The Dish may be the second feature from that irreverent Working Dog mob that brought us the smash Aussie film The Castle, it was always intended to be the first. Working Dog's Rob Sitch, who directed both films,...

Darren Aronofsky for “Requiem for a Dream”

When it comes to his latest movie, the award-winning director of the audacious Sundance hit Pi, pulls no punches. Darren Aronofsky is more than happy to admit that Requiem for a Dream, based on the cult classic seventies novel,...

Laura Dern for “Focus”

Laura Dern has come a long way since her first major screen appearance in Mask. A star of some 40 films, including ther diverse likes of Rambling Rose, Jurassic Park, Bastard out of Carolina and Dr T & The...

John Cusack for “America’s Sweethearts”

John Cusack is every bit the anti-star: Shy, introspective, rather quiet and at odds at dealing with the press courting him. An ironic dilemma, given the fact that in the hit comedy America's Sweethearts, Cusack's character - an ego-inflated...

Kate Beckinsale for “Serendipity”

Once an assuming British actress, it took a little Hollywood pic called Pearl Harbor to turn this reluctant star into a household name. While she hopes it hasn't affected her, the beautiful Brit takes it all in her stride....

Denzel Washington for “Training Day”

After a career of the playing some of the screen's most soulful heroes, Oscar winner Denzel Washington gets to be bad, and he's relishing the challenge. It was a good-humoured Denzel who Paul Fischer met during the first weekend...

Alex D. Linz for “Max Keeble’s Big Move”

He may be young, he may be tiny, but Alex Linz is working his way the Hollywood ladder of success. He made an impressive debut in the otherwise unimpressive One Fine Day, and scored the lead in Home...

Ethan Hawke for “Training Day”

Ethan Hawke may be one of Hollywood's hottest stars, but as hot as he is, he has resisted the lure of the Hollywood blockbuster. With Training Day - in which he plays his first ever cop opposite a villainous...

Scott Hicks for “Hearts in Atlantis”

Scott Hicks seems the perfect director for Stephen King's sentimentally surreal sixties-set Hearts in Atlantis. Like the film's central character, an aging psychic perfectly played by Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins, the long-haired Aussie filmmaker remains quietly contemplative.In Toronto for...

Anthony Hopkins for “Hearts in Atlantis”

He is an Oscar winner, a knight, a movie star, and one of the greats of British and Hollywood cinema. And while he may have appeared in a many a film set in the distant past, don't expect Sir...

Jamie Foxx for “Bait”

He's the hip Black comic of TV's Jamie Foxx Show, and has since won recognition as a serious actor from Any Given Sunday. Now, in his new film Bait, Foxx gets to show both his funny and dramatic side,...

Jennifer Aniston for “Rock Star”

The beautiful Emmy-nominated star of Friends remains one of the most written about stars of the popular TV sitcom, from her marriage to a guy called Brad, her much-discussed changing hair style, and a recent real estate purchase that...

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