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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.

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.

Time Interview

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Time: You changed your name to Romijn-Stamos. Why? It's a beautiful name.
Rebecca: It is. I love the alliteration of it. But for me it's part of being a family, everyone having the same name.
Time: Is he John Romijn-Stamos?
Rebecca: No.
Time: Well, what's up with that?
Rebecca: Maybe I should talk to him about that.
Time: Aren't we as a society past the swimsuit issue? Doesn't it make sports seem like a stupid, male-only obsession?
Rebecca: Yeah. But what's the other male-only obsession?

New Standard Interview

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No matter how good it looks on the outside, it's what's inside that matters, right?

So inside this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue are 10 pictures of Rebecca Romijn, jaw-dropping snapshots of her kneeling in the sand, falling off water skis, on the roof of a Jeep. In several, the only thing that separates her from an R rating is a strategically placed hand or a piece of fruit. In others, the only thing she wears is some body paint and a smile.

Mr. Showbiz Interview

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Mr. Showbiz: Did you go through that awkward teenage stage?
Rebecca Romijn: Yeah. I grew really fast and was very gawky and really, really skinny, uncomfortably skinny. I looked like, oh God, a young colt trying to walk, or that's what I thought. My body always hurt from growing too fast, and I had terrible posture. I'd layer my clothes to make myself appear bigger. I wanted nothing below my neck to exist. I went through a very insecure stage.

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