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Premiere Interview

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Directors cleave to Romijn, who is inquisitive without being uppity. In the scramble to replace Uma Thurman after she dropped out of Femme Fatale, Romijn was flown to Paris to meet with director De Palma, who also wrote the screenplay. The meeting began badly. "I guess he was just irritated that I didn't understand the story completely. I think the producers had flown me in to meet him, I don't think he personally had requested to meet with me. So . . . who is this model who doesn't understand my script entirely?"

U Daily News Interview

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Question: In "The Punisher," ' you live down the hall from this guy and he practically blows up the building, wall by wall, through the movie. Where was the apartment manager during all this?
Rebecca Romijn: Good question. You never saw him. You'd think the super would show up at one point and go, "What the hell?" ' The other thing I kept wondering was how we all lived in that building for so long and no one snagged the apartment with the elevator inside. The Punisher gets it. It's cool to have an apartment with an elevator that comes through the floor.

U Daily News Interview

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When we meet Romijn, it's just days before the announcement that she's separated from her husband of five years, John Stamos. She says she's cross-eyed (though not literally, unless we were too focused on the slip-thing to notice) from talking so much about her latest projects. She was game to soldier on, though, extolling the value of conniption fits, the wisdom she gleaned from "Godsend" ' co-star Robert DeNiro and why we should all avoid small children with bad haircuts.

02-1999: SI Swimsuit Issue

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In the "Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition 1999" Austin Murphy has written an article about the painting of the models for this magazine. The parts of the article, which are about Rebecca Romijn can be written here. The painting has taken place on Necker Island, the private island of Richard Branson on the British Virgin Islands.

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03-2002 Marie Claire

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The first thing Rebecca Romijn notices on the boat is the cage - you know, the one that will stand between her and
a sea full of circling sharks. It is constructed of PVC tubing. It lies, folded, on the deck. And, with apologies to whoever constructed it, it does not appear to be an impenetrable fortress of protection.

"I mean, it's plastic," Rebecca smirks. "I have beach chairs that look sturdier than this."

08-2003 Self

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Rule 1: Instant head clearer: handstands
"I do them anytime I feel nervous or need to be 'on.' Being upside down gets blood and oxygen to the brain, so I can think more clearly. Before I go on talk shows, I do handstands in my dressing room. Once, I was doing one right before Jimmy Kimmel Live, but I knocked over a lamp and totally tore up my knee. I never said I was good at them. I practically limped on to that show."

05-2003 Glamour

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To the average woman, these three actresses look so effortlessly beautiful, you'd swear they had superpowers - and that's before they put on their costumes. Halle Berry, Rebecca Romijn and Famke Janssen all play mutants in this month's X2, but these are mutants who make men swoon. The sequel to X-Men (2000's blockbuster sci-fi tale), X2 reunites three former models who have surprisingly down-to-earth views about the otherworldly life inside the Hollywood bubble.

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