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IESB Interview

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Probably the best part of this quickie interview IESB did with Rebecca Romijn was when Robert Sanchez asks her about the difference between Brett Ratner and Bryan Singer. She immediately does this thing with her face like, "Okay, how do I make this guy look good right now?" Finally, she divulges that the two are very different. Ratner, according to her, has a "tremendous amount of energy" combined with a ton of enthusiasm, while Singer is quiet and more detail oriented. Not sure if that's a good thing, but I'm going to officially declare a tie in Round 1 of Ratner vs Singer.

Howard Stern Interview

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Howard picked up the next line and heard a woman singing Happy Birthday to him. Howard couldn't place who it was right away, despite the clue she gave him by saying she is his west-coast girlfriend. It turned out to be Rebecca Romijn and after she wished him a happy birthday Howard started grilling her about why she was with actor Jerry O'Connell. Rebecca said she is dating him but denied the reports that she moved in with him. She also denied the reports that Jerry had been calling his ex-girlfriend trying to get her back.

ET Online Interview

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Need a good alibi? Rebecca Romijn is heating up the big screen as a tempting grifter caught up in a murder case in 'The Alibi.' "It's not exactly the kind of business you want a lot of people knowing about," the newly single star tells Mark about her character's profession. In 'Alibi,' Rebecca plays Lola Davies, an alluring con woman who may be the key to the survival of the owner of an alibi service for adulterous husbands and wives.

Sydney Morning Herald Interview

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Godsend wasn't one - at least not for production company Lions Gate Films. The release of this Hollywood horror film was one of those occasions when American critics and paying cinemagoers agreed: they hated it. To date, the $35 million film has taken $26 million internationally. Australia is in the awkward position of seeing most Hollywood movies after they've been released in the US, meaning actors have to do promotional interviews after the guillotine blade of the massive American market has fallen. How does an actor flog a flop?

Hotdog Interview

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What attracted you to Godsend?
Rebecca Romijn: Because I hadn't gotten to do something so under-stylised and normal as playing a mom. I had come directly form X2 in this set - our last couple of weeks of production overlapped with Godsend - and there were a couple of days that I came in with blue paint under my fingernails, and I was like, "Okay, how do we get rid of this? This makes no sense for this mom to have blue paint uon her ears."

Hotdog Interview

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X3 is going to happen, but it's not due out until 2006 - have you seen a script yet?
Rebecca Romijn: No. I think that they are working on something. I did hear that Avi Arad wanted to start working by the end of the year. So, I don't know. We'll see.

Do you know where you'd like to take Mystique next time?
Rebecca Romijn: You know, I'd like to see her not be quite so blue! I'd like to see them figure out how to do all of that makeup with CGI. But I think that's wishful thinking at this point and it's not going to happen.

The Sun Herald Interview

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Actor Rebecca Romijn has learnt to take the good with the bad, Brett Thomas discovered. Before you troop off to the cinema to see the third instalment of the X-Men cash-cow series next year, you should consider the following: during breaks in shooting, the cast which includes Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Halle Berry and Sir Ian McKellen liked to sing show tunes.

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