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  BACON, KEVIN – FROST/NIXON
Kevin Bacon plays Richard Nixon's loyal and dedicated chief of staff, Lieutenant Colonel Jack Brennan in Ron Howard’s dramatic return to the most famous of Watergate interviews, Frost/Nixon. A veteran of more than 50 films, Bacon's recent screen appearances include Mystic River and The Woodsman. In this interview, he reveals the irony of how he grew up in a household that hated Nixon.
  BAILEY, FENTON – INSIDE DEEP THROAT
It was his 60 year old grandmother’s interest in the porn classic, Deep Throat, that helped involve big-time Hollywood producer Brian Grazer in producing the documentary that goes Inside Deep Throat to explore that film’s extraordinary impact and aftershocks. Making this film helped destroy some major preconceptions, as director Fenton Bailey explains to Andrew L. Urban.
  BAILEY, SEAN - GONE BABY GONE
Boston showed its deep civic pride while welcoming the crew of Gone Baby Gone – helped by the presence of local boys Ben and Casey Affleck, as producer Sean Bailey explains.
  BAKER, RICK – THE WOLFMAN
Playing’s the thing, says Oscar winning special effects make up maestro Rick Baker, who has turned many actors into monsters, not least Michael Jackson – and now Benicio Del Toro.
  BALDERSON, STEVE - FIRECRACKER
Legendary Dennis Hopper wanted the lead role, but it went to rock star Mike Patton (Faith No More, Mr Bungle, Tomahawk, etc) for his acting debut; iconoclastic young director Steve Balderson tells Danny Canak why, and how this bizarre and brutal film, Firecracker, was cast – without auditions and without talking to agents. The film has developed a buzz that precedes its Australian release sometime later in 2004.
BANA, ERIC: BLACK HAWK DOWN BANA, ERIC: BLACK HAWK DOWN
From one Chopper to another, Eric Bana is flying high as an Australian actor of substance on the international screen. His latest role is alongside Josh Hartnett and Ewan McGregor and Sam Shepard etc, etc, with director Ridley Scott, in Black Hawk Down. Andrew L. Urban reports.
BANA, ERIC: HULK BANA, ERIC: HULK
Eric Bana plays Bruce Banner aka The Hulk in Ang Lee’s adaptation of the comic book character, with Nick Nolte as his father. The two men tried so hard on set they would even pass out, reports Jenny Cooney Carrillo.
BANA, ERIC: THE NUGGET BANA, ERIC: THE NUGGET
He plays the unlucky Lotto in The Nugget, but Eric Bana’s career is bulking up with the upcoming starring role as The Hulk in Ang Lee’s much awaited film. Moving from The Nugget’s Mudgee to The Hulk’s Los Angeles was no big dislocation for Bana – because his family went with him, as he explains to Andrew L. Urban.
BANDERAS, ANTONIO: Crazy in Alabama BANDERAS, ANTONIO: Crazy in Alabama
He wanted a change from salami movies, Antonio Banderas tells JIMMY THOMSON, which is why he wants to direct; his first film, with wife Melanie Griffith in a starring role, was premiered at the 1999 Venice Film Festival, before its Australian release.
  BARCLAY, EMILY – IN MY FATHER'S DEN
Teenager Emily Barclay was told she was on the short list, and the only one on the short list, but she still wasn’t confirmed for the role of Celia in the highly acclaimed New Zealand drama, In My Father’s Den. Now, after several festival screenings of the film and much critical hoopla, she’s touring the world like a movie star. Andrew L. Urban reports.
BARDEM, JAVIER  - PERDITA DURANGO BARDEM, JAVIER – PERDITA DURANGO
Javier Bardem stars opposite Rosie Perez in one of the most controversial films of the year: the explosive sex-and-violence thriller, Perdita Durango, playing one of the darkest characters of recent screen history. From Spain, he talks to PAUL FISCHER.
  BARDEM, JAVIER - LOVE IN THE TIME OF CHOLERA
If you want to do American movies, you have to kill somebody and if you want to work in Europe, you have to get laid, Javier Bardem reflects, as he talks to Sue Williams about his Oscar winning role in Love In The Time of Cholera.
BARDEM, JAVIER: BEFORE NIGHT FALLS BARDEM, JAVIER: BEFORE NIGHT FALLS
Playing the late Cuban writer, Reinaldo Arenas in the biopic, Before Night Falls, has made Javier Bardem a better person, he tells Jenny Cooney Carrillo. It also got him an Oscar Nomination.
BARRETO, BRUNO: BOSSA NOVA BARRETO, BRUNO: BOSSA NOVA
Brazilian director Bruno Barreto explains to SANDRA BORDIGONI how his own life - and the internet - influenced his latest film, Bossa Nova, which stars his wife, US actress Amy Irving (pic).
BARRY, JASON: MUGGERS BARRY, JASON: MUGGERS
He was Leonardo DiCaprio's lower class mate on board Titanic, but now Jason Barry is befriending Matt Day as a medical student in an organ dealing scam in Muggers, the Australian comedy directed by Dean Murphy, who, Barry tells ANDREW L. URBAN, reminds him a bit of James Cameron.
BASINGER, KIM: I Dreamed of Africa BASINGER, KIM: I Dreamed of Africa
Kim Basinger went to Africa to star in I Dreamed of Africa: she describes her trip to JENNY COONEY CARRILLO as "the biggest challenge I’ve ever had in my life, both professionally and as a human being - and especially as a mum."
BAY, MICHAEL: PEARL HARBOR BAY, MICHAEL: PEARL HARBOR
The glamour and the details are real, Pearl Harbor director Michael Bay tells Robin Gatto.
BEEBE, DION - CHICAGO BEEBE, DION – CHICAGO
Two days after Chicago won the Golden Globe for Best Musical/Comedy and just days before its Australian opening, the film’s Australian cinematographer, Dion Beebe, tells Andrew L. Urban what a fateful coincidence got him the gig and how it was the biggest stretch of his career. But like the opening song says, it was a case of ‘C’mon, babe, let’s paint this town…” and going for it.
BELL, JAMIE: BILLY ELLIOT BELL, JAMIE: BILLY ELLIOT
Starring in Billy Elliot is English newcomer, 13 year old Jamie Bell, a hot new actor/dancer with a cool head – and Australia’s Dein Perry (Bootmen) as his hero, he tells Jenny Cooney Carillo.
BELL, ROSS: FIGHT CLUB BELL, ROSS: FIGHT CLUB
Ross Bell, the Los Angeles based Australian producer with Fight Club to his credit, is in Sydney this week (November 25, 1999) trying to raise some local finance for a wholly Australian feature - and having to fight his way into the local film industry 'club', he tells ANDREW L. URBAN.
  BENDER, LAWRENCE: KILL BILL
Lawrence Bender has produced all four of Quentin Tarantino’s feature films, as well as several for other directors. In Sydney to promote Kill Bill, Bender tells Andrew L. Urban who nailed Tarantino to the floor, Uma Thurman’s real-life role as muse and how easy it was to split the film into two parts.
BENNETT, BILL : Kiss or Kill BENNETT, BILL : Kiss or Kill
Bill Bennett (pictured) talks to ANDREW L. URBAN about the genesis and making of Kiss or Kill, his Australian outback thriller, which began with a heartstopping moment in a lonely woolshed.
BENNETT, BILL: THE NUGGET BENNETT, BILL: THE NUGGET
Don’t rush to judgement by the rushes, it’s difficult to make people laugh, The Nugget director Bill Bennett tells Andrew L. Urban, and he now has a whole new take on screen comedy.
BERESFORD BRUCE BERESFORD BRUCE
Bruce Beresford has just made a Hollywood studio film (Double Jeopardy) that is raking in the money, but what he really wanted to was an all Australian film - "but no bloody actors wanted to be in it," he tells ANTHONY MASON, at the Canberra Film Festival.
BERESFORD, BRUCE : Double Jeopardy BERESFORD, BRUCE : Double Jeopardy
Out of work for two years, Bruce Beresford took on a mainstream thriller, Double Jeopardy, and turned in a commercial hit, much to his relief, he tells ANDREW L. URBAN.
  BERESFORD, BRUCE – BONNIE AND CLYDE
It was the authenticity of their story that attracted Bruce Beresford to direct another screen version of Bonnie and Clyde, he tells Andrew L. Urban; the 4 hour miniseries is screening as a special event on the big screen this week at the Noosa Arts Festival (18 – 27 July, 2014).
  BERESFORD, BRUCE – MAO'S LAST DANCER
The amazing biography of a Chinese ballet dancer is Bruce Beresford’s latest film; the story of Li Cunxin is certainly one of rags to riches, from obscurity to fame, from oppression to freedom, “but there are a lot of impediments along the way,” Beresford tells Andrew L. Urban on the set of Mao’s Last Dancer.
BERESFORD, BRUCE: PARADISE ROAD BERESFORD, BRUCE: PARADISE ROAD

Bruce is back: in Australia that is. And his first film to be made here in a decade is the biggest Australian feature film yet - thanks to Twentieth Century Fox money. He invited Andrew L. Urban on location in Far North Queensland to talk about the film. And a bit about Bruce.

  BERG, AMY - DELIVER US FROM EVIL
The Catholic church has described it as an ‘anti-Catholic hit piece’ but Deliver Us From Evil documents attempts at a cover up and has helped the survivors of defrocked paedophile priest Oliver O’Grady, as filmmaker Amy Berg explains to Louise Keller.
BERLINER, ALAIN BERLINER, ALAIN
Ma Vie En Rose won the Golden Globe for Best Foreign Film, so its omission from the 1998 Oscar nominations is nothing short of a shock: the film’s director, Alain Berliner, talks to Paul Fischer, on the eve of the film’s Australian release.
BERRY, HALLE: DIE ANOTHER DAY BERRY, HALLE: DIE ANOTHER DAY
Playing Jinx in Die Another Day, Halle Berry choked in the love scene with Pierce Brosnan, but the role wasn’t hard to swallow, she tells Jenny Cooney Carrillo. Offered the role before her Oscar for Monster’s Ball, Berry reckons she would have taken the role anytime.
BERRY, HALLE: MONSTER'S BALL BERRY, HALLE: MONSTER'S BALL
She plays Leticia in Monster’s Ball, and the only way to play this flawed single mother, from the son-beating scene to the raw sex – was to let herself succumb to the character, Halle Berry tells Jenny Cooney Carrillo.
BIELINSKY, FABIAN: NINE QUEENS BIELINSKY, FABIAN: NINE QUEENS
Fate dealt Fabián Bielinsky four Aces with Nine Queens, leading him through two barren years of knock-backs, to a script competition where he triumphed over 350 entrants and made his highly acclaimed feature debut. Now, doors all around the world are open to him, as the Argentinian filmmaker tells Andrew L. Urban.
BIGGS, JASON & KLEIN, CHRIS: American Pie BIGGS, JASON & KLEIN, CHRIS: American Pie
In a poolside interview at the Noosa Sheraton for the first Noosa Film Festival, Jason Biggs and Chris Klein, the two male stars of American Pie, show off their all-American wholesomeness in T-shirts and smiles, to ANDREW L. URBAN.
  BILCOCK, JILL – THE BOGUS DETECTOR
Australia’s internationally respected film editor, Jill Bilcock, can fashion a film out of almost anything or even nothing, and Baz Luhrmann has dubbed her his bogus detector. Russell Cawthorne reports as she jets off for her next American film (with John Malkovich and Johnny Depp), which will be post produced in Australia.
  BILCOCK, JILL – THE LIBERTINE
Authentic in every detail (down to the 17th century dildos) The Libertine is another showcase for the extraordinary talents of Johnny Depp playing the debauched Earl of Rochester, the film’s Australian editor, Jill Bilcock, tells Andrew L. Urban.
BINOCHE, JULIETTE: LA VEUVE DE ST PIERRE BINOCHE, JULIETTE: LA VEUVE DE ST PIERRE
In Patrice Leconte’s new film, La Veuve de Saint-Pierre, JULIETTE BINOCHE plays one of French history’s anonymous, everyday heroines, she explains in this conversation about her role and the film.
  BIRD, BRAD - THE INCREDIBLES
Brad Bird combines the mundane with the fantastic in the very credible The Incredibles, but not before triggering a certain expression on the faces of animators which he calls the Pixar Glaze, as he explains to Andrew L. Urban.
BISHOP, LARRY : GOD ACCORDING TO BISHOP BISHOP, LARRY : GOD ACCORDING TO BISHOP

Larry Bishop’s sardonically surreal gangster comedy, Trigger Happy, offers a unique slant on this most popular of genres. Paul Fischer talks to Larry Bishop.

BJORK, DIMITI: Animal Wrangler BJORK, DIMITI: Animal Wrangler
Animal film stars don’t have crazy hotel room demands, they don’t ride in limos and they don’t talk back at the director, but they are stars nonetheless: but they do have agents – they are called wranglers. BRAD GREEN visited Creatures on call on the outskirts of Sydney to talk to the wrangler who can wrangle anything from an emu to a lion (soon).
  BLAIR, WAYNE - THE SAPPHIRES
The first time at Cannes is a major event for any filmmaker – especially when their film is getting a Special Screening in the midnight slot, as Wayne Blair discovered when he accompanied his feature debut, The Sapphires, to the world’s highest profile film festival. He talks to Andrew L. Urban.
  BLAKE, RACHAEL – PERFECT STRANGERS
Rachael Blake thinks acting is weird, especially in a weird film like Perfect Strangers, but then she’s also inspired by the generosity of actors, and surprised by the likes of her co-star, Sam Neill, she tells Andrew L. Urban.
BLANCHETT, CATE : THE TALENTED MR RIPLEY BLANCHETT, CATE : THE TALENTED MR RIPLEY
In The Talented Mr Ripley, Cate Blanchett plays American heiress Meredith Logue, in asupporting role with Matt Damon, Gwyneth Paltrow and Jude Law; but in film roles, it's not size that matters, she tells Andrew L. Urban, but quality.
  BLANCHETT, CATE – NOTES ON A SCANDAL
Cate Blanchett, the 37 year-old mother-of-two with an Oscar for playing Katharine Hepburn in The Aviator, is arguably at the peak of her powers, ably demonstrated by her work in Richard Eyre’s adaptation of Zoë Heller’s novel Notes on a Scandal. She plays Sheba, a London art teacher who enters into an illicit affair with a pupil, only to be discovered by a jealous colleague (Judi Dench). Alongside her work in Steven Soderbergh’s The Good German, it demonstrates a remarkable maturity, says James Mottram.
BLANCHETT, CATE: LORD OF THE RINGS BLANCHETT, CATE: LORD OF THE RINGS
Despite the massive logistics and technicalities involved, work on The Lord of the Rings was, in the end, always "just about the dark truth," a very busy Cate Blanchett tells Jenny Cooney Carrillo.
BLANCHETT, CATE: Oscar and Lucinda BLANCHETT, CATE: Oscar and Lucinda
Cate Blanchett, the Lucinda of Oscar and Lucinda, is Currently in England playing the title role in the story of Queen Elizabeth I. Just before Blanchett left Australia, she spoke to PAUL FISCHER.
BLANCHETT, CATE: THE GIFT BLANCHETT, CATE: THE GIFT
Cate Blanchett admits to being in the scary position of not having a real process in building characters, and continues to feel vulnerable as an actress. As for her success, it does give her greater choice, but at a price. "The more successful your position becomes, the more important it is to take risks and embrace the right to fail . . .very publicly," she tells Andrew L. Urban in this special interview.
  BLANKS, JAMIE : Urban Legend
His graduation short film cost A$14,000; his next film cost US$14 million. Jamie Blanks tells ANDREW L. URBAN how he made the jump, with the horror flick, Urban Legend.
BOGLE, JAMES : IN THE WINTER DARK BOGLE, JAMES : IN THE WINTER DARK
With the Australian commercial premiere of In the Winter Dark in Perth a week before the film’s national release, ANDREW L. URBAN talks to the film’s director, James Bogle, who answers the question his film doesn’t: who killed the animals.
BONHAM CARTER, HELENA: Wings of the Dove BONHAM CARTER, HELENA: Wings of the Dove
Helena Bonham Carter has attained critical acclaim & an Oscar nomination for her latest film, Wings of the Dove, which premiered at the 1997 Toronto Film Festival. There, PAUL FISCHER met the actress, who refuses to play by the rules. [Photo: Judy Kopperman]
BOORMAN, JOHN: The General BOORMAN, JOHN: The General
John Boorman is one of Britain's most acclaimed filmmakers, with such classics as Point Blank, Deliverance, Hell in the Pacific and Hope and Glory under his belt. His latest film is the acclaimed gangster biopic, The General, which may well be the director's finest hour. He talks to PAUL FISCHER.
BOSWELL, KENT BOSWELL, KENT
Kent Boswell, director, cinematographer & editor of Bondi Hop-Head Zombie Freakout, winner of arena's Graveyard Shift Short Film competition, has just collected the top prize of a week in New York, on location with Troma Films; and he's headed back to study at the New York Film Academy. ANDREW L. URBAN talks to Kent.(Pic, Kent in Time Square)
BOURDO, SACHA : Western BOURDO, SACHA : Western
He's a new star in the making, a pint-sized Russian comic delight who is living in Paris and making a considerable name for himself. Now wowing audience in the off-beat road movie Western, Sacha Bourdo spoke to PAUL FISCHER during a recent visit to Australia.(Bourdo at right with co-star Sergi Lopez
BOVELL, ANDREW: LANTANA BOVELL, ANDREW: LANTANA
Lantana has been praised for its complex and dramatically satisfying script, enabling the director, Ray Lawrence, and a first rate cast to create an engaging and haunting film. One of its key topics is emotional transactions between people, writer Andrew Bovell tells Andrew L. Urban.
BOWMAN, ANTONY J.: Paperback Hero BOWMAN, ANTONY J.: Paperback Hero
Paperback Hero blends cool romance and the hot Australian outback with a scintillating new screen couple – Hugh Jackman and Claudia Karvan. The film is also set to propel writer/director Antony J. Bowman’s career, as ANDREW L. URBAN discovers.
  BRAD SILBERLING - LEMONY SNICKET'S A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS
Director Brad Silberling had to be tough enough to sack the babies on day three of the shoot, he reveals in this on-set interview with Pat Peters, before finally casting the Hoffman girls.
BRADBURY, DAVID  - FOND MEMORIES OF CUBA BRADBURY, DAVID – FOND MEMORIES OF CUBA
David Bradbury has earned a reputation for daring, even dangerous documentaries in trouble spots around the world and around Australia. When an ageing and idealistic Greek migrant to Australia commissioned him to make a film about Cuba today, Bradbury went, but knew that the workers’ paradise the revolution of 1959 had promised was still just a fantasy. Bradbury talks to Andrew L. Urban.
BRADFORD, JESSE: SWIMFAN BRADFORD, JESSE: SWIMFAN
Jesse Bradford plays a college swimming champ seduced in the pool by a female predator; but shooting that sex scene (his first on screen) was more agony than ecstasy, he tells Andrew L. Urban.
  BRAFF, ZACH – GARDEN STATE
The dark humour and acute observations of Garden State come from its creator’s vision of the world – a dark place, nothing like the world of Scrubs on television, where Zach Braff has made his name. His debut as writer/director, Garden State, gives him a chance to articulate that sense of uncertainty of the late 20 year olds, as he tells Andrew L. Urban.
BRANAGH, KENNETH: Hamlet BRANAGH, KENNETH: Hamlet

Kenneth Branagh has brought the oft-filmed Hamlet back to the screen in glorious 70mm with a four-hour risk-taking venture that has created a buzz. The actor/director talks to Paul Fischer.

  BRIDESMAIDS - PAUL FEIG, KRISTEN WIIG, ROSE BYRNE
Co-writer Kristen Wiig and her co-star Rose Byrne, together with director Paul Feig, tell Andrew L. Urban how the screenplay for Bridesmaids was expanded with improvisation – including some of the most crucial scenes.
BRIGHT, MATTHEW: FREEWAY BRIGHT, MATTHEW: FREEWAY
The new movie, Freeway, from first-time director Matthew Bright, puts a contemporary twist to the classic fairy tale, Little Red Riding Hood. But be warned: this ain't kids' stuff. Paul Fischer reports.
  BROCCOLI, BARBARA – SKYFALL
She grew up in the family that launched the James Bond franchise and she is now in charge of its future. But the first question for every new 007 film is the same, as Barbara Broccoli tells Andrew L. Urban (while revealing she has slept in Sean Connery’s bed).
  BROINOWSKI, ANNA – FORBIDDEN LIE$
She went from a sceptic to a convert in 48 hours, and it took a year before she accepted that she was making a portrait of a great con artist, Anna Broinowski admits to Andrew L. Urban of her documentary about the literary hoaxer Norma Khouri.
  BROLIN, JOSH - MILK
In Milk, Josh Brolin plays Dan White, a co-worker of Harvey Milk’s and his eventual assassin. ‘I read the script and cried at the end,’ Brolin concedes. ‘This is a love story, a civil rights story, and a coming-of-age story. What had a huge impact on me was speaking to family members. I think Dan was kind of myopic in the way that he only saw what was right in front of him. He had insecurities that were very deep,’ he explains in this interview on the release of Milk on DVD.
BROOKS, ALBERT: Mother BROOKS, ALBERT: Mother

The movies of Albert Brooks, the director, were once an acquired taste, personal, cerebral comedies that had their particular audience. But with his latest film, Mother, all that changed, because after all, everyone has a mother. Albert Brooks speaks exclusively to Paul Fischer from his offices at Paramount Studios.

  BROPHY, GERALDINE - SECOND HAND WEDDING
Second Hand Wedding a small film but it’s about the sort of epic themes that make up everyday lives, about family engagements and conflicts, its star Geraldine Brophy tells Andrew L. Urban.
BROSNAN PIERCE: Thomas Crown Affair BROSNAN PIERCE: Thomas Crown Affair
The Thomas Crown Affair is revisited 1990s style, with Pierce Brosnan as the millionaire art thief and Rene Russo as the detective playing their own version of the film’s highly charged mating game.  HAL HAYES talks to Brosnan.
BROWN, BRYAN  & CAESAR, DAVID - DIRTY DEEDS BROWN, BRYAN & CAESAR, DAVID – DIRTY DEEDS
Over a couple of beers at a bar on the Fox Studios lot, Bryan Brown (star and producer) and David Caesar (writer and director) discuss their latest film with Andrew L. Urban, revealing how they work together on the script - “like wrestling” - and how Brown plays a killer who’s just a bloke. 
  BROWN, BRYAN & McMAHON, TRAVIS
Actor and producer Bryan Brown recognised a natural filmmaking talent in Jasmine Yuen Carrucan when she sent him her first feature script – so he helped produce the film, starring Travis McMahon as a desperate kidnapper taking his victim on the road in the outback. Bryan’s judgement of Jasmine proved accurate, as the two men tell Andrew L. Urban.
  BROWN, CHRIS – DAYBREAKERS
On the eve of the film’s Australian release (Feb 4, 2010), the Spierig brothers’ Aussie vampire movie, Daybreakers, hit US$30 million at the American box office after its first three weeks; producer Chris Brown tells Andrew L. Urban why Australian filmmakers can all take heart.
BROWNE,SARA  : Occasional Coarse Language BROWNE,SARA : Occasional Coarse Language
The fresh-faced, energetic, funky – and until now unknown - Sara Browne, stars in the low budget Australian comedy, Occasional Coarse Language, and is now having to take a media course and get used to talking to journalists – like PAUL FISCHER.
BRUCKHEIMER, JERRY & SCOTT, RIDLEY:  BLACK HAWK DOWN BRUCKHEIMER, JERRY & SCOTT, RIDLEY: BLACK HAWK DOWN
They finally got to work together - on a war movie. And on the promotional tour that accompanies its release. Jerry Bruckheimer, one of the most successful producers in Hollywood and Ridley Scott, one of England’s most successful exported filmmakers, talk to Andrew L. Urban.
  BRUMPTON, JOHN – PAWNO
It takes teams to make films, John Brumpton tells Andrew L. Urban, on the eve of the release of his new film, Pawno.
  BUCKLEY, ANTHONY - BEHIND A VELVET LIGHT TRAP
Anthony Buckley has the measured charm of a man who has done it all – cinematically speaking, anyway. And now he’s telling it all, too, in a peppery, amusing and informative memoir, Behind A Velvet Light Trap, which is filled with detail and anecdotes. Like the time he slept in Rudolf Nureyev’s four poster in London’s East Sheen. That’ll probably be the most-thumbed chapter (No 16), Buckley tells Andrew L. Urban.
BUI TONY: Three Seasons BUI TONY: Three Seasons
Vietnamese born American resident Tony Bui wanted to make a film that showed his country and his people with all the humanity that’s missing from most other films about Vietnam. With his award winning Three Seasons he has achieved that. He talks to NICK RODDICK.
  BULLOCK, SANDRA – MISS CONGENIALITY 2
Sandra Bullock put the bad experience of Speed 2 behind her and agreed to do the sequel of Miss Congeniality – because she had control (and she’s a control freak), as she explains to Jenny Cooney Carrillo in Los Angeles.
BULLOCK, SANDRA: MISS CONGENIALITY BULLOCK, SANDRA: MISS CONGENIALITY
Jenny Cooney Carrillo finds the star and producer of Miss Congeniality, Sandra Bullock, down to earth and hysterically funny – especially on the subject of straddling her co-star, Benjamin Bratt.
BULLOCK, SANDRA: MURDER BY NUMBERS BULLOCK, SANDRA: MURDER BY NUMBERS
Sandra Bullock has developed a role for herself behind the camera as powerful as the one she has built in front of it, because she wants the license to have her say in the films she makes, as she explains to Andrew L. Urban during her visit to Cannes to promote Murder By Numbers, of which she is executive producer.
BURTON, TIM: Sleepy Hollow BURTON, TIM: Sleepy Hollow
He felt he was losing his own head when the tale of the headless horseman came along, Sleepy Hollow director Tim Burton tells SANDRA BORDIGONI.
  BURTT, BEN - WALL-E
His most famous creations are the sound of the lightsabers in Star Wars and of the speeder bikes as heard in Return of the Jedi. Now he has added another unforgettable voice to his collection, that of the little robot, WALL-E. Ben Burtt speaks - with his own voice - to Andrew L. Urban.





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