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ILLSLEY, MARK: HAPPY TEXAS ILLSLEY, MARK: HAPPY TEXAS
Mark Illsley, director/writer/producer of the celebrated Sundance hit, Happy, Texas, tells SHANNON J. HARVEY how he beat the 'someday' syndrome.
  IMBRUGLIA, NATALIE – CLOSED FOR WINTER
Her first lead role in a movie and her fourth album are coming out within days of each other (April/May 2009), symbolic for Natalie Imbruglia, who intends to pursue a career in both more vigorously now, she tells Andrew L. Urban.
IRONS, JEREMY: Chinese Box IRONS, JEREMY: Chinese Box
Jeremy Irons is that baddie from Die Hard With a Vengeance, that enigmatic Klaus von Bulow from Reversal of Fortune, that intense man from Damage, that imperial voice from The Lion King and now, that dying journalist from Chinese Box – ironically, though, in private life he is a fun loving party animal (sort of), as ANDREW L. URBAN discovers when he meets Irons in Sydney.
IRONS, JEREMY: LOLITA IRONS, JEREMY: LOLITA
In Lolita, Jeremy Irons stars as Humbert Humbert, the older man with whom 14 year old Lolita has an affair: some Australians are scandalised that the film is being released. ANDREW L. URBAN asked Irons to put his point of view on the subject – uninterrupted.
ISAACS, JASON: HARRY POTTER & THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS ISAACS, JASON: HARRY POTTER & THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS
A good baddie has to have something valuable at stake, Jason Isaacs explains to Andrew L. Urban, and he should know: he’s the man who shot a kid in The Patriot and now turns up as nasty Lucius Malfoy in Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets.
  IVORY, JAMES - THE CITY OF YOUR FINAL DESTINATION
Although producer Ismail Merchant died before the film was finished, his presence was always felt on the shoot – sometimes for the wrong reasons, James Ivory tells Andrew L. Urban.





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