Eastwick Interviews


Romijn cast in 'Eastwick' pilot

U.S. actress Rebecca Romijn has been cast as a witch alongside Lindsay Price and Jaime Ray Newman in the drama pilot, "Eastwick."

Romijn, who recently gave birth to twins, is best known for her work on TV's "Ugly Betty" and for her portrayal of blue-hued Mystique in the "X-Men" movies.

Emmy Awards


When you look over the TV academy's official list of Emmy contenders and don't see Rebecca Romijn in the supporting comedy race, the first thing you might think is: Aha! It's a diva move by someone splitting from the Ultimate TV Series About Fashion Divas: "Ugly Betty." But, no. Rebecca Romijn's not listed because her reps — uh, oh! — forgot to enter her name. "It was an oversight," her spokesman confirms.

11-06-2007: Carpoolers (ABC)


She's crazy hot...and craz-ay. That's the story with Rebecca Romijn's guest stint at 8:30 p.m. tonight on ABC's Carpoolers, as Rebecca steps in to play Joannifer, the ex-wife of real-life hubby Jerry O'Connell's character Laird. It's not every day you get to see Jerry and Rebecca playing ridonkulously funny exes—a dynamic that helps to make tonight's (11-06-2007, RRF) Carpoolers episode one of the best yet and well worth your couch-hugging time!

AP Interview


Rebecca Romijn is used to the blue jokes. “Yeah, I have to talk about blue makeup a tremendous amount,” she says of her role as the shape-shifting, blue-hued mutant, Mystique, in the “X-Men” films. “But I know how much people love those movies and I’m really happy to be part of them, so for the most part, I’m happy to talk about it,” she adds. “The Last Stand,” the third installment of the widely followed “X-Men” franchise, arrives Memorial Day weekend.

Pepper Dennis Fashion Icon


Rebecca Romijn's sassy and stylish TV character, "Pepper Dennis," is TV's sexiest fashion icon since Carrie Bradshaw left the airwaves. "Extra" was the first to give the star an award for her impeccable style.

Rebecca was slightly surprised when we handed her the distinguished Us Weekly magazine title of TV's Most Stylish Star. "Wow, I didn't even know what the category was. That's so cool," she said. "Thank you for this award."

Rebecca credits the "Pepper Dennis" wardrobe stylist with her alter ego's trendy threads.


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