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Ray Liotta for “Rumor of Angels”

Ray Liotta made an impact on audiences with his intensely powerful performance in Something Wild. Since that extraordinary debut, Liotta has garnered raves for a gallery of characters in such diverse films as Dominick and Eugene, Field of Dreams,...

The Rock for “The Scorpion King” (On-Set)

To millions of wrestling fans he is simply The Rock, but Dwayne Johnson, his real-life counterpart, is adding movie star tag following his brief, supporting role as the Scorpion King in Mummy Returns. Now The Rock has his own...

Michelle Pfeiffer for “I Am Sam”

Michelle Pfeiffer looks nothing her 43 years would suggest. Beautiful and glamorous, she has an old-fashioned Hollywood sensibility: Movie star remains emblazoned in her move. Simply dressed, he eyes are covered by up-market designer glasses.She is quietly spoken but...

Robert Zemeckis for “Cast Away”

The last time director Robert Zemeckis and Tom Hanks got together for Forrest Gump, the pair- and that film - won Oscars. Now the pair are back with Cast Away, and it is distinctly possible that Oscar won't overlook...

Catherine Zeta-Jones for “Traffic”

At 31, Welsh actress Catherine Zeta-Jones is the toast of Hollywood. Still breathtakingly beautiful, dressed in a simple black pants suit to promote her new film, Steven Soderbergh's Traffic, Zeta-Jones is a model of unpretentious glamour. Bright, articulate and...

Meg Ryan for “Kate and Leopold”

Meg Ryan has not had the easiest of years, with her much publicized divorce from Dennis Quaid and her brief fling with Russell Crowe. Plus her 40th birthday just hit, not that the actress looks it.But Meg has bounced...

Ray Lawrence for “Lantana”

16 years after his landmark film Bliss, Aussie director Ray Lawrence is back in feature film territory, with his acclaimed study of betrayal and relationships, Lantana. Already a hit in all the major Australian film festivals, the film was...

Anthony LaPaglia for “Lantana”

After 20 years of appearing in some of Hollywood's most interesting projects, including TV stints in Murder One and Frasier - Aussie-born Anthony LaPaglia had to return to his native Australia to re-discover his love of acting. The film...

John Davis for “Jimmy Neutron”

John Davis hopes that his first stab at feature animation - the ultra cute Jimmy Neutron - is Oscar bound when the Academy recognizes feature animation next year, even when competing with fellow Texan entry Waking Life. "I'm hoping...

Halle Berry for “Monster’s Ball”

Halle Berry is one of Hollywood's true glamorous stars, yet even as exquisitely beautiful and famous as she is, she had to fight hard for the role of a young woman drawn to a former racist prison warden in...

Robert Altman for “Gosford Park”

For three decades Robert Altman has remained on the periphery of mainstream Hollywood, yet his films have continued to shake the boundaries of cinematic convention, while at the same time remain engaging, exciting, human and comic.All of those adjectives...

Elijah Wood for “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring”

When the first in Peter Jackson's long-awaited Lord of the Rings trilogy finally hits theatres, actor Elijah Wood will shoulder considerable responsibility. As Hobbit Frodo Baggins, it's Elijah who is the centre of this epic tale, but the ex-child...

Peter Jackson for “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring”

J.R.R. Tolkien's classic mythological epic comes to the screen in the most ambitious of movie projects, as the New Zealand director brings all three novels to the screen over a three-year period. First up, is Fellowship of the Ring,...

Gwyneth Paltrow for “The Royal Tenenbaums”

She's an Oscar winner and an American icon, and based on her latest film, will do anything for her art. In the Farrelly Brothers' sweet comedy Shallow Hal, Gwyneth Paltrow plays an obese woman - at least to everyone...

Josh Hartnett for “O”

Thanks to a little movie called Pearl Harbor, Josh Hartnett, Hollywood's most reluctant of stars, is bigger than ever. As for Josh, he still prefers to shun the limelight, living in Minnesota away from the Hollywood hoopla. His latest...

Cameron Crowe for “Vanilla Sky”

Despite the box office disappointment of his Almost Famous, Oscar winning writer/director Cameron Crowe remains one of Hollywood's most unique voices, always striving for something new and challenging.For his latest film, Vanilla Sky, Crowe has chosen to adapt the...

Cameron Diaz for “Vanilla Sky”

Despite the box office disappointment of his Almost Famous, Oscar winning writer/director Cameron Crowe remains one of Hollywood's most unique voices, always striving for something new and challenging. Cameron Diaz remains one of Hollywood's busiest and hottest stars.The 29-year...

Tom Cruise for “Vanilla Sky”

He is one of the biggest stars of the planet, fiercely private and a passionate filmmaker. Rarely doing print interviews, Tom Cruise is going full steam ahead to spread the word that Vanilla Sky is the high point of...

Jennifer Connelly for “A Beautiful Mind”

Jennifer Connelly has changed just a tad since making an auspicious screen debut at age 14 in Once upon a time in America. She has since grown from fresh-faced teen in the likes of Labyrinth and The Rocketeer, to...

Thora Birch for “Dungeons and Dragons”

19-year old Thora Birch was a rebellious teen in the dark Oscar winning American Beauty. In the fantasy adventure Dungeons and Dragons, however, the pretty adolescent shows her versatility as a good Empress trying to protect her kingdom from...

George Clooney, Matt Damon, Andy Garca, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Don Cheadle, Jerry Weintraub,...

What do you get when you mix A-listers George Clooney, Matt Damon, Andy Garca, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts and Don Cheadle, plus veteran producer Jerry Weintraub and Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh? Enough heat to melt by. So when one...

Owen Wilson for “The Royal Tenenbaums”

Owen Wilson is rapidly emerging as one of Hollywood's bright young stars. Also a screenwriter, Wilson first drew acclaim as co-writer of all three Wes Anderson films, including his latest, The Royal Tenenbaums.Born and reared in Dallas, Wilson raised...

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...

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...

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...

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