Virtual Newsstand: Movieline, June 1999


ENTERTAINMENT AS A WAY OF LIFE
MOVIELINE
June 1999

FEATURES

Jason Biggs
The nice boy next door is up to some fruity shenanagins. Fruit pie, that is.

The Unexpected Brendan Fraser
There was mild surprise a few years back when the serious boy from School Ties turned into the lovable goof of Encino Man. Nobody guessed the same "goof" would turn George of the Jungle into a major hit. More than a few jaws dropped when this guy held his own with Ian McKellen in Gods and Monsters. And now Brendan Fraser is starring in two high-profile movies, The Mummy and Dudley Do-Right.

Sherilyn Fenn: Fenn and Now
Once a cult goddess famed for knotting a cherry stem with her tongue in TV's Twin Peaks, Sherilyn Fenn is gaining cult status again, this time for playing a twisted, recovering alcoholic in Rude Awakening on Showtime.

Kristen Johnson: The Star Who Fell to Earth
The amazon from Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin is an unlikely but beloved star from 3rd Rock who makes Mike Meyers' chest hair sizzle in the new Austin Powers picture.

Yoda For a Day
Though he's stepped into the shoes of Mickey Rourke, Hugh Grant and Al Pacino, Joe Queenan found that impersonating Yoda, the crusty muppet of the Star Wars films, was no walk in the park. But that doesn't mean that the Force didn't eventually catch up with him.

Adam Herz: His Piece of the Pie
He's 26 years old. He calls Porky's a "classic movie." He wrote and sold his first screenplay in six weeks. And now American Pie writer Adam Herz is one of the hottest young guys in Hollywood.

100 Questions We Honestly Want to Ask Hollywood
If we just knew the answers to these questions, we'd never ask, "What were they thinking?" again.



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