Monthly Archives: November 2010

Jim Carrey: ‘I’m Here to Do Extreme and Interesting Things’

Jim Carrey takes it to the limit and beyond in the very R-rated I Love You Phillip Morris, loosely based on the life of convicted Texas con man and four-time prison escapee Steven Russell. He ends up having a mad … Continue reading

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Over the river and through the woods…

On my way to New York City from LAX on the busiest travel day, etc…whew! No stress. No strain. For once, media overexposure may have dissipated a problem. No lines. More personnel. Less tension. Speedy full-body scans proceeded with no … Continue reading

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Harry Potter’s Tom Felton: It’s Been Totally Worth It to Lose a Little of My Childhood

Tom Felton won audiences over as Draco, the arrogant young bully of Slytherin who loved giving Harry Potter a hard time. Now, he’s facing an identity crisis in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Parts 1 and 2. Parade’s Jeanne … Continue reading

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Emma Watson: ‘I Don’t Pretend to Understand the Male Gender’

Emma Watson was just nine-years-old when she took her first train ride to Hogwarts as Hermione Granger in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. A decade later, the $5.4 billion success of the big screen versions of J. K. Rowling’s … Continue reading

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Daniel Radcliffe: Harry Potter is ‘Like the Mafia’

Daniel Radcliffe has grown up on the big screen as the young wizard Harry Potter. Now, after ten years and seven hugely successful films, the 22-year-old actor is reaching the end of the magical odyssey with Harry Potter and the … Continue reading

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