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“[2009] What's valuable to me has become clearer as I've got older. To me, it's about the value of your time and your day and the value of the people you spend it with. It's about me being a strong father and guide and a good match for my significant other. Then, if I'm going to go to work, it must be something of value to me. I'm much more experienced now, so I can find films that are interesting quicker and cut out the films that don't really matter. It means more to me now because my kids are going to see them, and I want them to be proud.” - Brad Pitt
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“[2009] What's valuable to me has become clearer as I've got older. To me, it's about the value of your time and your day and the value of the people you spend it with. It's about me being a strong father and guide and a good match for my significant other. Then, if I'm going to go to work, it must be something of value to me. I'm much more experienced now, so I can find films that are interesting quicker and cut out the films that don't really matter. It means more to me now because my kids are going to see them, and I want them to be proud.” - Brad Pitt

“(On losing the weight for Requiem for a Dream (2000)) I didn't eat. I'd have broccoli, cucumber, but just a few bites of little things, never more. It was the hardest thing I've ever done to myself, willingly. It was really painful starting to eat again after that. I was filled with a lot of guilt. It can be an addiction to not eat when you make such a strong commitment to that. I heard this story about an English woman who was in a sailboat race for months around the world. At the end of the trip, she said it was so hard to step off the boat. She wanted to go back and do it again, and that's how I felt with
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“(On losing the weight for Requiem for a Dream (2000)) I didn't eat. I'd have broccoli, cucumber, but just a few bites of little things, never more. It was the hardest thing I've ever done to myself, willingly. It was really painful starting to eat again after that. I was filled with a lot of guilt. It can be an addiction to not eat when you make such a strong commitment to that. I heard this story about an English woman who was in a sailboat race for months around the world. At the end of the trip, she said it was so hard to step off the boat. She wanted to go back and do it again, and that's how I felt with "Requiem". I was just bawling uncontrollably the last few days of shooting. I'd look at Darren Aronofsky and start crying. But there were moments of such reward.”- Jared Leto

Paul Walker 1999
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Paul Walker 1999

Johnny Depp 1989
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Johnny Depp 1989

Brad Pitt was spotted arriving at Jennifer Aniston’s 50th birthday party. (These pictures are from 2000, - Jennifer turns 50 tomorrow [february 11th])
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Brad Pitt was spotted arriving at Jennifer Aniston’s 50th birthday party. (These pictures are from 2000, - Jennifer turns 50 tomorrow [february 11th])

Monica Bellucci facts:
1. She appeared in a black and white TV commercial for Dolce & Gabbana. The director was Giuseppe Tornatore, who also directed her in the movie Malèna (2000).
2. Is fluent in Italian, English, French, Persian and Spanish. She also speaks a little Portuguese that she learned when she moved to Rio de Janeiro in 2013
3. Made a nude calendar for the Italian magazine Max in 1998 and another one for the Italian magazine GQ in 2000.
4. She speaks to her daughter Deva Cassel in Italian
5. She has said in an interview that Sophia Loren and Claudia Cardinale have inspired her acting career
6. She's an only child
7. She auditioned for the role of Mrs. Paris McKenna Carver in the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) . That part was later portrayed in the finished product by Teri Hatcher but Miss Bellucci eventually did play a James Bond girl 18 years later in the role of Donna Lucia Sciarra for the 007 adventure Spectre (2015).
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Monica Bellucci facts: 1. She appeared in a black and white TV commercial for Dolce & Gabbana. The director was Giuseppe Tornatore, who also directed her in the movie Malèna (2000). 2. Is fluent in Italian, English, French, Persian and Spanish. She also speaks a little Portuguese that she learned when she moved to Rio de Janeiro in 2013 3. Made a nude calendar for the Italian magazine Max in 1998 and another one for the Italian magazine GQ in 2000. 4. She speaks to her daughter Deva Cassel in Italian 5. She has said in an interview that Sophia Loren and Claudia Cardinale have inspired her acting career 6. She's an only child 7. She auditioned for the role of Mrs. Paris McKenna Carver in the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) . That part was later portrayed in the finished product by Teri Hatcher but Miss Bellucci eventually did play a James Bond girl 18 years later in the role of Donna Lucia Sciarra for the 007 adventure Spectre (2015).

“It's a really obvious thing to say, but the more people know too much about who you really are, and it's a fundamental thing, the more the mystery is taken away from the artist, and the harder it is for people to believe that person in a particular role..” - Leonardo DiCaprio
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“It's a really obvious thing to say, but the more people know too much about who you really are, and it's a fundamental thing, the more the mystery is taken away from the artist, and the harder it is for people to believe that person in a particular role..” - Leonardo DiCaprio

“When other little girls wanted to be ballet dancers, I kind of wanted to be a vampire.”- Angelina Jolie
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“When other little girls wanted to be ballet dancers, I kind of wanted to be a vampire.”- Angelina Jolie

Brad Pitt interview (1999):
“…Recently, Pitt says, he's been having comedy dreams. Sometimes he laughs in his sleep. Pitt tells me that he is happy. And then, almost as soon as he has told me this, he begins to worry about it. (It doesn't take much to get him worried.) His imagination begins rolling away with itself, scaring him as it goes.
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Brad Pitt interview (1999): “…Recently, Pitt says, he's been having comedy dreams. Sometimes he laughs in his sleep. Pitt tells me that he is happy. And then, almost as soon as he has told me this, he begins to worry about it. (It doesn't take much to get him worried.) His imagination begins rolling away with itself, scaring him as it goes. "I just saw a dreadful title," he says. "'Brad Pitt Talks About His Happiness.' Listen, man, it's all up and down. It's all up and down." I nod vaguely, wondering why he's saying this, but then he says something strange and interesting. "You're talking to a guy," Pitt begins, "who's always had this kind of congenital sadness. I don't know where it came from. I don't know what it is - the state of the world, the state of yourself. I don't know. I had a very easy childhood, deprived of nothing per se, so you know..." - and, not knowing, I wait, and he shrugs - "... I mean, turn on the news, man." I: “So you're less sad now? “ Pitt: “I’ve

Basic Instinct (1992) Facts:

1. Sharon Stone was seriously considering giving up acting to study law, at the time she was offered the role of Catherine Tramell.
2. Sharon Stone was only offered the role of Catherine after thirteen actresses had turned it down
3. Sharon Stone's infamous leg-uncrossing scene was not in Joe Eszterhas' original script. It was thought up by Paul Verhoeven while the movie was being shot. It was based on a memory of Verhoeven's college years, when a woman at a party had done the exact same thing to embarrass him.
4. Back then, Stone wasn't a big name, and didn't read for the part, fearing she'd be disappointed. She finally read the script, and knew she was right for the role, but didn't want to call Verhoeven, whom she had worked with on Total Recall (1990), and ask if she could audition for him.
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Basic Instinct (1992) Facts: 1. Sharon Stone was seriously considering giving up acting to study law, at the time she was offered the role of Catherine Tramell. 2. Sharon Stone was only offered the role of Catherine after thirteen actresses had turned it down 3. Sharon Stone's infamous leg-uncrossing scene was not in Joe Eszterhas' original script. It was thought up by Paul Verhoeven while the movie was being shot. It was based on a memory of Verhoeven's college years, when a woman at a party had done the exact same thing to embarrass him. 4. Back then, Stone wasn't a big name, and didn't read for the part, fearing she'd be disappointed. She finally read the script, and knew she was right for the role, but didn't want to call Verhoeven, whom she had worked with on Total Recall (1990), and ask if she could audition for him. "I wouldn't ask, because I didn't want him to test me, just because he felt obligated," she told Playboy. One day, Verhoeven had her come in to dub lines for an

Darren Star (SATC creator): “My idea was that this could be sort of a Mary Tyler Moore Show for the new millennium. It wasn't about T&A. It would be R-rated, but it had to be funny. “

Kristin Davis (Charlotte York): “It was the talk of L.A. that there was a show coming from HBO that was going to have four women in it. That was not a very common thing. And then everyone's like,
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Darren Star (SATC creator): “My idea was that this could be sort of a Mary Tyler Moore Show for the new millennium. It wasn't about T&A. It would be R-rated, but it had to be funny. “ Kristin Davis (Charlotte York): “It was the talk of L.A. that there was a show coming from HBO that was going to have four women in it. That was not a very common thing. And then everyone's like, "Ooh, New York City!" All the actresses were buzzing about it. “ Willie Garson (Stanford Blatch): “At the beginning, it was our secret little show that no one knew about. No one was watching; no one had HBO. “ Cynthia Nixon (Miranda Hobbes): “When the show started, it was more bleak, and rarefied, and so New York. Who was this show for? It just seemed like an experiment, really. “

“I'm always endlessly surprised about the people who come into my life, who I get to collaborate with. I feel really overwhelmed by those opportunities. But it's not like I fell off the turnip truck and suddenly became who I am. I really have worked hard for it, and I have to acknowledge that. I care about what I do, and I have a sense of pride in my work. And you can never be totally settled as an actor or artist or musician. You have to keep the fire under you, because that's what makes you better. “ - Reese Witherspoon
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“I'm always endlessly surprised about the people who come into my life, who I get to collaborate with. I feel really overwhelmed by those opportunities. But it's not like I fell off the turnip truck and suddenly became who I am. I really have worked hard for it, and I have to acknowledge that. I care about what I do, and I have a sense of pride in my work. And you can never be totally settled as an actor or artist or musician. You have to keep the fire under you, because that's what makes you better. “ - Reese Witherspoon

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