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.

Femme Fatale Gossip


Two sets were constructed in the studio for the film: one was a police station, and the other a bar. One of the longest shots of the film takes place in the police station. In the bar scene, Rebecca Romijn does a strip tease, for which the entire crew, aside from the camera operator (Berto) and the cinematographer (Thierry Arbogast) were asked to step behind a wooden wall. Chris Soldo, De Palma's first assistant, simply turned his back.

Village Voice Interview


Fizzy model-slash-actress Rebecca Romijn has a hot lezzie scene in the upcoming movie Femme Fatale, and the girl truly did her research; in the April issue of Elle, she revealed that she's not a stranger to sapphic encounters in life, either. Well, I hear the potpourri hit the fan after that revelation. Spies say that since then, Rebecca's reps have been trying to keep the gay press from talking to her - which would be bizarre, since Rebecca seems très queer-friendly and her husband bumps and grinds it in Cabaret!

Canoe Interview


Stunning model-turned-actress Rebecca Romijn and bearded hunk Antonio Banderas were ready to play sex games yesterday at the Toronto International Film Festival. The co-stars of Brian De Palma's gala closing night thriller Femme Fatale turned the aftermath of their press conference into an X-rated romp for a minute -- just to play to a frenzy of excited shutterbugs, including pushy paparazzi scum as well as legitimate news photogs such as Alex Urosevic from The Sun.

Simone Information


Cast: Stanley Anderson. Derrex Brady, Chris Coppola, Tony Crane (Lenny), Catherine Keener (Elaine), Jay Mohr, Al Pacino (Viktor Taransky), Barry Papick, Jeffrey Pierce (Kent), Evan Rachel Wood, Barbra Rae, Rebecca Romijn, Winona Ryder (unbilled cameo), Jason Schwartzman, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Michael Weston

Costumes: Elisabetta Beraldo
Director: Andrew Niccol
D.O.P.: Derek Glover, Edward Lachman
Prod. Design: Jan Roelfs
Producers: Bradley Camp, Daniel Lupi and Andrew Niccol
Writer: Andrew Niccol

05-28-2002: Femme Fatale Special


On Tuesday May 28, a couple of days after the Cannes Film Festival, Entertainment Tonight ran a feature on Femme Fatale, featuring clips from the film and interviews with Rebecca Romijn and Antonio Banderas in Cannes. Amidst repeated clips of Rebecca stripping and getting intimate with Rie, host Mary Hart explained that "Femme Fatale comes from director Brian De Palma, who pushed the sexual envelope in Dressed To Kill and Body Double, which starred Antonio's wife Melanie Griffith .

Elle Interview


Elle: You even have a lesbion love scene in Femme Fatale, don't you?
Rebecca Romijn: Yeah - it's a pretty graphic scene. It was supposed to be me and a model, and Rie, the new Gucci
girl, is a really good friend of mine, so I asked Brian [De Palma, RRF] if he'd audition her, and she got the part. I mean, I saw her at nightclubs [researching the role], and the way she hit on girls, well, John and I watch with our jaws on the floor, 'cause if she was a man, she'd be in jail! Anyway, it was great having a friend to do it with me instead of some stranger.

Find Articles Interview


As though Rebecca Romijn didn't already have the lesbians going mad for her after X-Men--where her costume as Mystique was blue paint and little else--now she's starring in Brian De Palma's new erotic thriller, Femme Fatale, where her passionate, scenes with fellow supermodel Rie Rasmussen have set heart rates increasing around the globe. The Buzz recently caught up with the ravishing Romijn via E-mail, and she coyly teased us with tasty tidbits about her racy new role.

SciFi Wire Interview


Rebecca Romijn, who co-stars in John McTiernan's update of the 1975 SF film Rollerball, told SCI Fi Wire that she has seen the final cut of the new film, and, contrary to rumors from a test screening, the film is not a disaster. On the other hand, she acknowledges that much of the film's violence fell to the cutting-room floor in order to secure a PG-13 rating. "It's really fun," said Romijn, who co-stars as the motorcycle-riding, Rollerball-playing, butt-kicking Aurora, opposite Chris Klein, LL Cool J and Jean Reno.


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