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"Rebecca's an intelligent woman who understood where she was when she walked onto this movie," says Godsend director Nick Hamm, who has served as resident director of England's Royal Shakespeare Company. "She's a very beautiful woman in an industry that punishes that and oftentimes doesn't credit the abilities that go along with it. You can name several models-turned-actresses-Charlize Theron is one-whose career line has been progressively more interesting as people have gotten used to the fact that these girls can really act."

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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?"

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Marvel Studios president Avi Arad was in talks with Jonathan Hensleigh, screenwriter of a row of hits, including Die Hard With a Vengeance and Armageddon, to direct an updated adaptation of The Punisher. Arad knew Romijn well from the X-Men films: "I really wanted her for this movie; the attraction was to dirty her up, if you will."

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.

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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.

05-1999 Glamour

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It's Rebecca Romijn redux. The blond supermodel who graced the cover of Sports Illustrated's February (1999, RRF) swimsuit issue is back wearing a bikini on Glamour magazine's upcoming May swimsuit issue.

Glamour editor Bonnie Fuller defends her copycat-like choice, saying: "The image she is projecting is so different. The look is made for women to relate to. She is sitting there looking comfortable. It's not an itsy-bitsy bathing suit."

10-05-1998: People Magazine

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Romijn is crazy about her new job hosting House of Style, but the model is happier about marrying former Full House star John Stamos, whom she wed Sept. 19 in Los Angeles. "I'm thrilled about marriage," says the 25-year-old, who may eventually drop her old surname. "I will no longer have to say, 'Romijn, like the lettuce,'" she jokes. MTV hopes a lot more people will be calling her name. "She's smart, funny, a great ad-libber," says Style executive producer Alisa Bellettini. "She is a natural."

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