Cannes Interview

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Former model Rebecca Romijn said Sunday (05-13-2001, RRF) she had taken to the bottle to calm her nerves and do a strip tease in Brian De Palma's forthcoming erotic thriller "Femme Fatale."

"It was the scariest thing I've ever done...practice and a couple of shots of tequila got me through it," she told Reuters at the Cannes film festival.

Romijn, who starred in the recent hit "X-Men" and the soon-to-be-released remake of "Rollerball," plays Laure in
"Femme Fatale," a con woman who is trying to outrun her past by stealing another woman's identity.

USA Today Interview

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For Rebecca Romijn, having the looks of a model wasn't as important as having the patience of a model on the set of X-Men, opening July 14, 2000.

The former MTV House of Style host, who plays the mutant villain Mystique in the action film, endured makeup sessions that lasted six to eight hours, which was how long it took to apply about 70 self-sticking silicon scales to her body and paint her bright blue.

Maxim Interview

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Maxim: Our villain character, Mystique, is shapely and a shapechanger. If you possessed her superpower in real life. who would you morph into?
Rebecca: How about Pamela Anderson so I could have sex with Tommy Lee? [Laughs] No I'm kidding. Although that's probably your fantasy of me. Actually I'd morph into either Ben or Jerry so I could walk into any Ben & Jerry's store and get free ice cream anytime I wanted.

Sunspot Interview

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Now I ask you - isn't Antonio Banderas walking a little taller these days? The sexy one is in Paris shooting his latest movie, "Femme Fatale," in which he stars with the stunning Rebecca Romijn of "X-Men" fame. Antonio stands around 5 feet, 10 inches tall and couldn't get over how his leading lady towered above him when they met. Now he is wearing lifts in his 0shoes and Rebecca, fully 6 feet without heels, doesn't make Mr. Fabulous look any the less so.

Original article: Sunspot Online

X-Men Information

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Cast: Halle Berry (Storm, Ororo Munroe), Bruce Davison (Senator Robert Kelly), Hugh Jackman (Wolverine, Logan), Famke Jansen (Jean Grey), Tyler Mane (Sabretooth, Victor Creed), James Marsden (Cyclops, Scott Summers), Ian McKellen (Magneto, Eric Lehnsherr), Anna Paquin (Rogue, Marie), Ray Park (Toad, Mortimer Toynbee), Patrick Stewart (Professor X, Charles Xavier), Rebecca Romijn (Mystique, Raven Darkholm)

Elle Interview

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Rebecca Romijn felt as if she were living our one of those actor-specific nightmares: It was three weeks into filming the remake of Rollerball, in which she has a starring role, and her director, John McTierman, had hardly spoken to her. What she didn't know was that she was basically freaking McTierman out.

Elle Interview

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The plot [of Simone, RRF] involves a film director who secretly creates a computer-generated actress to replace a temperamental real one, and the simulation becomes a star. Romijn plays the fake of the fake - a stand-in for the simulated woman, to fool paparazzi into thinking she really exists. (The implication fo the casting, of course, is that Romijn is the closest God has come to a computer-perfect female.)

2001-02-16 Oprah Winfrey

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"I've never had my eyebrows plucked, I've never known how to wear makeup, I don't understand hair at all... " - Elizabeth Kuizenga.

Tyra's friend, supermodel and actress Rebecca Romijn, also turned her mom Elizabeth over to our makeover team. Rebecca says her mom is now "single, lookin' to
mingle" and she wants to give this special woman a new attitude.

"My mom has always been really right there and always wanted to give me all the confidence in the world, and I would like to give that back to her now." - Rebecca.

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