Godsend Article


Robert De Niro, Greg Kinnear and Rebecca Romijn are in talks to star in a new horror-thriller. The trio are set to appear in Godsend, which will be directed by Nick Hamm whose previous films include The Hole and Martha Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence. Godsend is about a couple (Kinnear and Romijn) whose son is accidentally shot. They enlist the help of a scientist (DeNiro) to try to bring their child back to life. Filming is expected to begin in November [2002, RRF] reports

Entertainment Weekly Interview


Why Rebecca Romijn felt blue on 'X2' -- Five hours of makeup application had the model/actress, who plays villain Mystique, seeing red. Despite walking naked through the snows of northern Alberta, Rebecca Romijn (who plays azure-skinned, clothing-averse Mystique in 'X2') always maintained a stiff (frozen?) upper lip. They put down fake snow on top of the real snow -- basically potato flakes,'' the 30-year-old actress reports cheerfully. 'So between takes, there'd be three people -- including Ian McKellen -- scraping gummy, disgusting potato goo off my feet.' Sounds lovely.

Star Magazine Interview


Don't let Rebecca Romijn' sexy moves as an exotic dancer in her new movie Femme Fatale fool you. It took a lot of sweat to put her at ease for her striptease! "I had somebody work with me to teach me some moves," she confides. "I didn't know how to do that!" Rebecca, 30, hired a choreographer to show her all kinds of provocative poses. Then she practiced her routine on hubby John Stamos, 39. But even though he gave her pole performance a thumbs-up, she still downed a shot of tequila to take the edge off before filming.

Maxim Interview


Question: You play a sultry jewel thief in Femme Fatale. Should we keep our hands on our, er, valuables during this interview?
Rebecca: I'd be a terrible jewel thief in real life. The only thing I can compare it to - because I have no actual experience in the world of jewel theft - is shoplifting or making crank calls. And I'm no good at either of those. I can't keep a straight face; I just laugh.

NY Post Interview


JOHN STAMOS and his missus, Rebecca Romijn, argued about her "Femme Fatale" reshoots. Brian DePalma's movie, which wrapped over Thanksgiving in Paris, has jazzy sex scenes with Antonio Banderas. She plays a con woman trying to go straight. He plays a reporter tracking her down. They play lots of games - none of them Scrabble - in bed. The reshoots concern more mattress scenes. As is par for the course, there were gossipy rumors about the married Antonio and the married Rebecca.


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