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Vegas Magazine Interview

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Godsend seems to be straight out of a Stephen King novel, as it tells the story of parents (Romijn and Greg Kinnear) dealing with the untimely death of their eight-year old son. A doctor (Robert De Niro) clones the son, who becomes a menacing young boy. "It's scary and there are a lot of thrilling moments," says Romijn. It also deals with the very current issue of cloning: "When we started the movie we were like, Are we really going to address the ethical question of cloning? We kind of do, but in the end it's just a movie.

Vegas Magazine Interview

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Romijn and the X-Men faithfuls (including Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman and Halle Berry) certainly didn't disappoint the hordes of fans who made the first two movies into box-office hits, which together grossed nearly $400 million. "When we were doing the first one, we had no idea what we were making," she admits. "Most of us weren't familiar with the X-Men. But we all followed what the fan boards were saying on the Internet. It was so crazy. We totally felt the pressure.

LA Independent Interview

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The first thing I notice about Rebecca Romijn when she enters the room is her dog, Better. Better the dog. Better is a toy-sized brown poodle who has almost certainly appeared on a wry greeting card at some point in his career. At the moment, though, Romijn is holding him in her arms as she begins to take questions about her new movie, Godsend.

Vegas Magazine Interview

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For her next flick, The Punisher, Romijn returns to the world of Marvel Comics. "Marvel is a popular genre these days," she explains. "I did it because the part I play in the X-Men movies is the opposite of the part I play in The Punisher. Her name is Joan and she lives next door to the Punisher. She's sort of the love interest. She's the mousy recovering drug addict and kind of a loser. She's totally the opposite of Mystique, who is an evil badass."

ET Online Interview

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In 'Godsend', opening in theaters April 30, Rebecca Romijn and Greg Kinnear play loving parents who lose their eight-year-old son Adam (Cameron Bright) in a freak accident. Distraught and willing to do anything to bring their child back, they are approached by Dr. Richard Wells (De Niro), an expert in stem cell research, to clone their child. The couple enters a Faustian pact with Wells and, through an experimental -- and illegal -- process, Adam is reborn.

Cinema Confidential Interview

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Question: Do you think this is somewhat what you’ll be like as a Mom one day?
Rebecca: What, a dog owner?

Question: No, in "Godsend"
Rebecca: I doubt that I’ll ever be the mother of a cloned child. I don’t have a child but I can’t imagine how painful it would be to lose one if I did. I completely sympathize with the character. Two days after she’s lost her son a man comes up to her on the street and says that he can bring her child back to her. Of course, of course she would go for it. Made sense to me.

Teen Hollywood Interview

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Sexy actress Rebecca Romijn is hoping to land a new job following her split from husband Jihn Stamos - she wants to choreograph a Las Vegas hotel's fountain display.

The X-Men beauty - who announced her split from Stamos on Monday (04-12-2004, RRF) dreams of co-ordinating the plush Bellagio hotel and casino's popular fountain display.

She says, "My friend and I have been making these CDs. We've become obsessed with songs that build, like crescendo. Songs that lift you.

Television Career Part 2

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Maxim

Maxim: How did you get the House of Style gig?
Rebecca Romijn: First, a job interview. Then I went in and did a video test, which was only so-so--the producer was totally honest with me. But I called the next day from the San Juan airport and said, "I really want this job, I think I could be really good at this job, and I really think you should hire me."

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