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Mira Sorvino for “Triumph of Love”

Beautiful Oscar winner Mira Sorvino will show us two sides of her, as a costume-laden comedienne in the lavish comedy Triumph of Love, and later this year in the powerful Holocaust drama The Gray Zone. Will the real Ms...

Samuel L. Jackson for “Rules of Engagement”

Samuel L. Jackson remains one of American cinema's most charismatic actors, and off screen personalities. He talks to Paul Fischer in Los Angeles about Star Wars, Australians, his own influence on contemporary Black cinema, not to mention a movie...

Rachel Griffiths for “Blow”

It may be hard to imagine Rachel Griffiths as Johnny Depp's mum in the new movie Blow, but Griffiths' skill as an actor comes shining through in another dazzling performance. Not afraid to take risks, Griffiths is about to...

Renee Zellweger for “Bridget Jones Diary”

Renee Zellweger first charmed audiences as the young woman who wins over the heart of a self-absorbed Tom Cruise in the hit film Jerry Maguire. Now she's back as the slightly pump British self-titled character of the much anticipated...

Colin Firth for “Bridget Jones Diary”

British sex symbol Colin Firth became a star following his pivotal turn as the cool Mr Darcy in the TV version of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Now, in the eagerly anticipated screen version of Bridget Jones's Diary, Firth...

David Spade for “Joe Dirt”

It has been quite a year for comic actor David Spade. His Disney debut, The Emperor's New Groove, was one of the biggest films of the 2000-20001 Christmas period; his TV series Just Shoot Me is still going strong;...

Guy Pearce for “Memento”

Guy Pearce is another of that unique group of Aussie actors that seems to be taking over Hollywood these days. But unlike Crowe, Pearce has chosen to concentrate more on the Indie film scene. His latest film is the...

Kevin Costner for “Thirteen Days”

Kevin Costner is at his best when dealing with America's past: The Untouchables, JFK and his Oscar winning Dances with Wolves, for example. In 13 Days, Costner adopts a Boston accent and the guise of real-life presidential aide Kenneth...

Edward Burns for “15 Minutes”

Ed Burns first won attention for his directorial debut, The Brothers McMullen. These days, he is known as much as an actor, as a director, and still manages to juggle both. His latest film pairs him opposite Robert DeNiro...

Kelsey Grammar for “15 Minutes”

Kelsey Grammar has played Frasier Crane now for almost 2 decades, first in Cheers, followed by the multi-award winning Frasier. Though a major star, the actor's road to fame has not been easy. Once plagued with alcohol and drug...

Robert DeNiro for “15 Minutes”

He is one of America's great actors, and on screen is as intense and ferocious a performer as exists in Hollywood. There's only one De Niro. But off screen, he remains the curious antithesis of his persona. Shy, awkward,...

Julia Roberts for “The Mexican”

Academy Award nominee Julia Roberts remains Hollywood's golden girl, and odds on favourite to win this year's Best Actress Oscar. In her latest movie, The Mexican, Roberts teams up with Brad Pitt in an irreverent black comedy, in which...

Brad Pitt for “The Mexican”

Brad Pitt remains one of Hollywood's golden boys, that ultra cool movie star who exudes boyish enthusiasm on and off the screen. Funny and hip, Pitt's own funny side is being displayed on screen, these days, first in Snatch,...

Portia de Rossi for “Women in Film”

Once upon a time back in Melbourne Australia, there was a would-be law student called Mandy Rogers. Years later, Mandy is an actress, changed her name to the classier Portia, and is PLAYING a lawyer on TV's Ally McBeal....

Richard Gere for “The Mothman Prophecies”

Richard Gere has been a part of American film culture for over 2 decades. His has been a long and steady road well travelled, from stardom to Buddhism and somewhere in between. In his latest film, The Mothman Prophecies,...

Cate Blanchett for “The Gift”

It has been a whirlwind ride for Aussie Cate Blanchett, since journalist Paul Fischer first met the unassuming young actress on the set of Paradise Road. Defined by many of her contemporaries as the new Meryl Streep, Blanchett is...

Willem Dafoe for “Shadow of the Vampire”

Willem Dafoe is that rare breed of actor who glides effortlessly from one role to the other, from mainstream Hollywood (2002's Spiderman) to independent fare, such as his latest film, Shadow of the Vampire. Whether he's Jesus or Nosferatu,...

Penelope Cruz for “All the Pretty Horses”

It is no surprise that Spanish actress Penelope Cruz is on the verge of superstardom. Both stunningly beautiful, sexy and a major presence, both on and off the screen, Cruz is one busy movie star. Either she is being...

Sandra Bullock for “Miss Congeniality”

In her latest movie, "Miss Congeniality", Sandra Bullock is back to form in the genre with which she feels right at home: Comedy. And the film's title lives up to her own off screen image, as Paul Fischer discovered...

George Clooney for “O Brother Where Art Thou”

George Clooney is that rare Hollywood animal: A major star who loves to talk. Consistently charming, genuinely warm with a sharp, self-deprecating sense of humour, Clooney gets to show off his comedic side, with a hilarious turn in the...

Gillian Anderson for “The House of Mirth”

When actress Gillian Anderson landed the role of Agent Scully for the Fox television series X-Files she could not have foreseen that within two years she would become an internationally known cult phenomenon. Clearly uncomfortable in the public eye,...

Benjamin Bratt for “Miss Congeniality”

He was the hunky star of Law and Order and now he's one of the hardest working movie stars around, showing his diversity as an FBI agent opposite Sandra Bullock in Miss Congeniality, an astronaut in Red Planet and...

Barry McEvoy for “An Everlasting Piece”

Imagine an aspiring Irish actor, living in New York, who writes his first screenplay, gets to stare in it, then have renowned Hollywood heavyweight Barry Levinson direct it. This is no blarney, just the fulfilment of that proverbial American...

Jim Carrey for “The Majestic”

For a decade, 39-year old Jim Carrey has made audiences laugh hysterically, but beneath that often rubbery clown-like exterior is a dramatic actor and a thoughtful human being.In his latest film, The Majestic, Carrey is at his best as...

Chris O’Donnell for “Vertical Limit”

Not only did actor Chris O'Donnell have to learn to cope with mountains, heights and freezing weather, but also while shooting his latest film Vertical Limit on location in New Zealand, the Chicago native's first child was born. She...

Geoffrey Rush for “Quills”

Ever since his Oscar win for Shine, Aussie Geoffrey Rush has been in high demand, the most sought after character actor in Hollywood. Now back on screen in the much anticipated Quills, Rush again 'shines' as the lascivious Marquis...

Arnold Schwarzenegger for “The Sixth Day”

Arnie was facing the devil in last year's End of Days, and now he's fighting with himself, playing a clone in the new suspense thriller The Sixth Day. Paul Fischer spoke to Schwarzenegger where they discussed everything from politicians...

Ben Affleck for “Bounce”

It wasn't so long ago since Ben Affleck was just another up-and-comer. Much has changed since Paul ischer last met the Oscar winner at Sundance where he was flaunting Chasing Amy. Now, the big bucks star continues to fuel...

Gwyneth Paltrow for “Bounce”

Gwyneth Paltrow is long known as the 'It' girl, Queen of Glam, beautiful, talented and now an Oscar winner. Paltrow now dresses down, teaming up with ex-boyfriend Ben Affleck in the romantic drama Bounce. In this exclusive interview, Paltrow...

Cuba Gooding Jnr for “Men of Honor”

These days, Cuba Gooding Jr. hardly has time to come up for air - literally.Apart from shooting the all-star screwball comedy Rat Race, he had already completed three major films, including Jerry Bruckheimer's $200-million US war film Pearl Harbour."I...

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