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Julianne Moore: 'I Hate Dieting...I'm Hungry All The Time'

January 30th, 2008 9:51am EST
Julianne Moore
Julianne Moore has confessed to existing on a diet of granola bars. In a frank interview with eve magazine the Hollywood actress spoke about the real amount of effort it takes to sustain an 'acceptable' figure in the film industry.

She revealed: “I still battle with my deeply boring diet of, essentially, yogurt and breakfast cereal and granola bars. I hate dieting. I hate having to do it to be the “right” size. I’m hungry all the time.”

“I think I’m a slender person, but the industry apparently doesn’t. All actresses are hungry all the time, I think.”

Julianne, 47, who has st...
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Memorable Celebrity Quotes

January 16th, 2008 9:00pm EST
Kevin Federline
"Becoming a father has shown me how little I am and how big my kids are. It has shown me that everything you think about as a single person or as a bachelor, or whatever, none of that means nothing when your child comes along." Kevin Federline loves being a dad.

"If I wasn't in this industry, I wouldn't work out. But I have hips and a butt and everything that goes along with that, including cellulite." Katherine Heigl isn't a fan of exercise.

"They even blame the Michael Vick stuff on gangsta rap. Dog fighting never existed before gangsta rap. Enough was enough." Ice Cube gets sa...
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Burt Reynolds Hates His Former Image

January 16th, 2008 5:58pm EST
Burt Reynolds
Seventies movie hearthrob Burt Reynolds hates his iconic bare chested, medallion-wearing image so much he cannot bear to look at old pictures of himself. The Boogie Nights star insists old pin-up photos of him made him look like "an asshole."

He tells Maxim magazine, "I look at those pictures of me years ago and I almost want to throw up. What an asshole! Guy's got a medal around his neck and his shirt's open. What's he trying to prove?"

(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)
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'Charlie Wilson's War'- Momentous But Momentless

December 21st, 2007 10:11am EST
Charlie Wilson
Charlie Wilson was a man who took risks with seemingly no regard to the danger he was placing himself in. He would rather make a joke than admit defeat. Ultimately, when he's resolved to take action, he lowers his head and rams into adversity - crashing down hallways and flying in jet airplanes, unflappable and resolute.

Charlie Wilson's War is no different. Helmed by one of the greatest directors of all time, Academy and Tony award winner Mike Nichols ("The Graduate," "Catch 22," "The Birdcage," "Primary Colors" and Broadways' "Spamalot," "Odd Couple," and "Barefoot in the Park"), the...
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John C. Reilly Recalls Unhygienic Porn Set Visit

December 18th, 2007 9:40pm EST
John C. Reilly
John C. Reilly still regrets visiting the set of a pornographic movie to research his role as an adult film star in Boogie Nights because one actor stopped having sex to shake the actor's hand.

Reilly, who played Reed Rothchild in the '90s classic, was appalled the adult entertainer didn't wash bodily fluids off his hand first.

He tells Maxim, "We walk onto one porn set and this guy is giving this girl the business. The guy's handling his joint, and they're sweaty, with make-up dripping everywhere. It's a gruesome scene.

"Then the guy recognizes me, says, 'John C. Reilly! ...
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Celebrity Birthdays, September 10

September 10th, 2007 3:00am EDT
Dan Castellaneta voices Homer Simpson
Happy Birthday to My Chemical Romance bassist Mikey Way (1980), actor Ryan Phillippe (1974), "Donnie Darko" actor James Duval (1972), actor Jonathon Schaech (1969), British film director Guy Ritchie (1968), rapper Big Daddy Kane (1968), Yankees pitcher Randy Johnson (1963), "Shakespeare in Love" actor Colin Firth (1960), film director Chris Columbus (1958), "Simpsons" voice actor Dan Castellaneta (1958), Bananarama singer Siobhan Fahey (1957), actress Amy Irving (1953), Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry (1950), TV journalist Bill O'Reilly (1949), "To Sir, With Love" actress Judy Geeson (1948), ...
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Parents Cut Ties With Heather Graham After 'Boogie Nights'

July 25th, 2007 9:32am EDT
Heather Graham
Heather Graham's religious parents were so horrified when they saw their daughter playing a porn star in Boogie Nights, they disowned her. Graham admits her mom and dad had no idea what to expect from her role as Rollergirl in the film - and were so shocked they severed contact with her.

She says, "They didn't really want to hear my point of view, and thought that, because I took the part, then I was like that in real life. It would be nice if I did have a good relationship with my family, and yes, part of me longs to have a mom and dad who love and accept me for who I am. But if they...
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Celebrity Birthdays, May 24

May 24th, 2007 3:00am EDT
Bob Dylan
Happy Birthday to country singer Billy Gilman (1988), basketball star Tracy "T-Mac" McGrady (1979), rapper Heavy D (1967), "Boogie Nights" star John C. Reilly (1965), "The English Patient" actress Kristin Scott Thomas (1960), country singer Rosanne Cash (1955), "The Da Vinci Code" actor Alfred Molina (1953), "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe" actor Jim Broadbent (1949), actress Priscilla Presley (1945), Lady Marmalade singer Patti LaBelle (1944), "M*A*S*H" actor Gary Burghoff (1943), legendary singer/songwriter Bob Dylan (1941), and Canadian actor/comedian Tomm...
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Mark Wahlberg Is Often Quizzed About His 'Boogie Nights' Package

April 16th, 2007 10:59am EDT
Mark Wahlberg
Mark Wahlberg is mortified he has yet to live down the commotion surrounding his manhood after playing porn star Dirk Diggler in the 1997 film Boogie Nights. The Departed actor, who plays the 13 inch-endowed star in the Paul Thomas Anderson-movie, admits he's still asked about his 'package'.

He says, "Yeah it's always a little bit embarrassing. You go into the locker room and guys are trying to check you out - that's always a little weird."

-Check out Mark Wahlberg Pictures

(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)
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William H. Macy Thanks Midlife Crisis For Career

April 10th, 2007 8:00pm EDT
William H. Macy
Hollywood actor William H. Macy has taken control of his own movie career, after suffering a 'midlife crisis' when he turned 50.

The actor, who only found fame in his forties with roles in Boogie Nights, Fargo and Magnolia, says reaching 50 made him review his life and address what he was lacking.

When he hit the milestone, Macy, 57, start writing again and began to take control of his own projects, and as a result now has two films coming out: Keep Coming Back, a romantic drama starring Salma Hayek; and The Deal, a comedy about the movie business.

Macy says, "Just after 50 I...
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Celebrity Birthdays, September 10

September 10th, 2006 3:00am EDT
Dan Castellaneta voices Homer Simpson
Happy Birthday to My Chemical Romance bassist Mikey Way (1980), actor Ryan Phillippe (1974), "Donnie Darko" actor James Duval (1972), actor Jonathon Schaech (1969), British film director Guy Ritchie (1968), rapper Big Daddy Kane (1968), Yankees pitcher Randy Johnson (1963), "Shakespeare in Love" actor Colin Firth (1960), film director Chris Columbus (1958), "Simpsons" voice actor Dan Castellaneta (1958), Bananarama singer Siobhan Fahey (1957), actress Amy Irving (1953), Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry (1950), TV journalist Bill O'Reilly (1949), "To Sir, With Love" actress Judy Geeson (1948), ...
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Mark Wahlberg Finally Makes a Kid-Friendly Film

August 25th, 2006 9:40am EDT
Mark Wahlberg
Mark Wahlberg has banned his children and young relatives from watching his back catalogue of films because they are too racy. Wahlberg has starred in a string of sexual, drug-themed and violent movies, including Boogie Nights, The Yards, Three Kings and The Basketball Diaries.

The actor, dad to five-month-old Michael and two-year-old Ella Rae, tells the New York Daily News he is delighted his latest movie, Disney-produced Invincible is kid-friendly.

He says, "It's a movie my kids can see - my nieces and nephews. I haven't had that. None of my nieces and nephews have seen 'Boogi...
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Celebrity Birthdays, May 24

May 24th, 2006 3:00am EDT
Bob Dylan
Happy Birthday to country singer Billy Gilman (1988), basketball star Tracy "T-Mac" McGrady (1979), rapper Heavy D (1967), "Boogie Nights" star John C. Reilly (1965), "The English Patient" actress Kristin Scott Thomas (1960), country singer Rosanne Cash (1955), "The Da Vinci Code" actor Alfred Molina (1953), "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe" actor Jim Broadbent (1949), actress Priscilla Presley (1945), Lady Marmalade singer Patti LaBelle (1944), "M*A*S*H" actor Gary Burghoff (1943), legendary singer/songwriter Bob Dylan (1941), and Canadian actor/comedian Tomm...
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Jack Black Is Jealous of Philip Seymour Hoffman

May 2nd, 2006 9:00am EDT
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Jack Black is tortured by Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman because they compete for the same roles, and Hoffman always wins. Black insists he is happy with his comedic roles but feels it would be easier to land an acclaimed dramatic part if he didn't face such stiff competition from the Best Actor Oscar winner.

He explains, "He's tormented me over the years because we're like a similar body type, but he's always been a little bit better than me. I never saw him at an audition; I would just see him in the movie. I wanted that part in Boogie Nights; I wanted that part in Happi...
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Tom Hanks Talks About His Favorite Films

April 13th, 2006 3:00pm EDT
Tom Hanks
Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks has hailed sci-fi adventure 2001: A Space Odyssey as his favorite film of all time. The star insists he "can't see enough" of the 1968 Stanley Kubrick-directed movie because it involves the audience in a unique way.

He says, "That's what I'm looking for when I go to see a film, just like any other cinema-goer. The period, the topic or the genre don't matter to me. The only thing that matters for me is: 'Boy, what would you do if that were you?'"

He also listed 1972 mafia movie The Godfather, crime thriller Fargo, violent high school drama Elephant an...
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