Virtual Newsstand: Movieline, May 2002


ENTERTAINMENT AS A WAY OF LIFE
MOVIELINE
May 2002

FEATURES

Gael Garcia Bernal
A Mexican stage and TV vet at age 23, Gael Garcia Bernal made his film breakthrough last year in the edgy critical favorite Amores Perros.

Woody Allen: Allen the Anomaly
Woody Allen is famous for not wanting to talk about his films, which include his latest offering, Hollywood Ending. But who knew he doesn't see them either?

Al Pacino: An Evening With Al
Just about every young actor in Hollywood--from Leonardo DiCaprio to Frankie Muniz--would love to ask Al Pacino a few questions about his long career. Instead, a handful of UCLA students got the chance.

Sarah Michelle Gellar: 60 Questions For Sarah
When we threw Sarah Michelle Gellar an arsenal of our toughest questions, she stepped up to the plate and let fly on everything from how she expects to survive "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and what made her want to costar with a CGI dog in Scooby-Doo to why she believes in God (but not Method acting) and how she fell hard for fiancé Freddie Prinze Jr.

Cafe au L.A.
Martini bars are still all the rage in Hollywood, but during the day the young set still enjoys that decade-long trend -- hanging out at coffeehouses.

Neil LaBute: Turning to Love
Neil LaBute, who directed the bitter but wonderfully biting In the Company of Men and Your Friends & Neighbors, and the offbeat comedy Nurse Betty, has gotten into a romantic mood for Possession. Here he explains why and touches on the chemistry between the film's stars, Gwyneth Paltrow and Aaron Eckhart.

For The Funny Of It
While most young Hollywood actors prefer to walk in the dusty tracks of James Dean of Marlon Brando, Dave Sheridan and Michael Rosenbaum are following the lead of Jim Carrey and Ben Stiller.

The Big Young Hollywood Hangover
Just a few years ago, young actors were the envy of everyone in town because they were getting the most consistent work. Even though there is a number of stars who'll always find gigs, many now can't. Here are the 10 ways the pups could handle this post-teen craze time.



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