Deseret News Interview


Director Bryan Singer won't say much about the upcoming sequel to the hit comic-book adventure "X-Men." The story is shrouded in secrecy, but he can reveal this: It's set for release on May 2, 2003. "I can tell fans that we'll have some new characters is this one, some of them young and others old," Singer told the Associated Press on Wednesday. Last year's sci-fi epic "X-Men" starred Patrick Stewart as benevolent psychic Professor X and Sir Ian McKellen as megalomaniacal metal-shifter Magneto, leaders of two rival factions of mutants.

Cannes Interview


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


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


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?

New Standard Interview


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


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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