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With a cast that includes Eva Green, Chloë Moretz, and Burton regulars Helena Bonham Carter and Johnny Depp, tells the story of Barnabas Collins, an 18th-century playboy transformed into a vampire by a vengeful witch (Green), and buried alive. But we're like best friends when we see each other. Because your mouth starts out going down, and at the very end, in the corners, it turns up a little. One finds oneself looking at your mouth most of the time. PFEIFFER: My father was very strict, but mostly I just didn't know how to behave on a date. STONE: Well, you're putting yourselves on the line. There are movies that I have done, people that I've worked with, performances I've given that make me say, "That's why I'm doing this." There are certain scenes you do in a movie that are like catching a wave, and you leave work feeling elated—almost as though you've purged something. STONE: Do you think you are difficult to work with? STONE: Was Jack Nicholson tough on George Miller, the director? Jack, with all the knowledge he has, never oversteps the boundaries of his job. STONE: I think there is a major difference between actors and actresses.

Collins breaks from his imprisonment in 1972, and heads home to find his familial estate populated with his groovy, kooky descendants.) about her days as a grocery store check-out girl, her serious disposition, and fighting against only being a face. PFEIFFER: Well, good, then you won't realize how bloodshot my eyes always are. I've always had a very extreme personality, which gets me into major trouble, I'm always all or nothing, and I don't know the world "balance." I'm desperately trying to learn it because I think as you get older it becomes very important. All of the men I've worked with have been really difficult, whereas the women have always been extremely cooperative.

Its stars Michelle Pfeiffer and Maxwell Caulfield failed to get along, Pfeiffer later labelling her on-screen lover as "self-adoring".

It turned away a young Tom Cruise for the role of T-Birds leader Johnny Nogerelli, instead plumping for the strikingly uncharismatic Adrian Zmed.

It made me feel that I was not completely useless, that somehow things would be O. Towne's life were indeed a script, that turnaround would have been effected in an ''It's a Wonderful Life'' twinkling.

But its reality is that it has taken him six years to be sitting where he is, newly moved into the cozy den of a rambling Normanesque pile in Ronald Reagan's old neighborhood in Pacific Palisades.

Alternately battered by ''a hideous custody battle'' with his ex-wife, by the death of a dog he was ''shamelessly attached to,'' and by a debilitating series of studio battles over his first directorial effort, ''Personal Best,'' and his script for ''Greystoke,'' he ''walked out on a desolate beach filled with garbage from Santa Monica Bay and felt I had nothing left.'' ''There was a guy on the beach with his wife and he came up to me and said, 'Excuse me, but we made a mistake.

We came out here but because of a bus strike, our transfer tickets don't work and we can't get back downtown. ' I reached into my pocket and gave him all the money I had.

In 1978 she entered the Miss Orange County beauty pageant and won; a pageant judge who was also a talent agent took her on. Before Kelley, Pfeiffer was not especially lucky in love. [] And 19 years later, I never take him for granted. Was that because you said, “To hell with men—I’ll do it alone”?

A diaphanous, flowered silk scarf hangs loose against her elegant neck.

Everything about her, from her appearance to the sound of her soft voice, seems exquisitely feminine, like costly perfume.

called her "drop-dead gorgeous." The slow but steady arc of Pfeiffer's career began in Orange County, California. I went to school with Paul Newman, and we are very old friends.

She was a regular Southern California girl, who surfed at Huntington Beach, hung out at Life Guard Station 17, and went to boarding school in Colorado Springs. Finally, we did a picture together, and one day, after a lot of beers, Paul said, "You know, my recurring nightmare is that one morning I'm going to wake up, and my eyes will have turned brown." Paul saw his whole success in terms of the color of his eyes.

In 1978 she entered the Miss Orange County beauty pageant and won; a pageant judge who was also a talent agent took her on. Before Kelley, Pfeiffer was not especially lucky in love. [] And 19 years later, I never take him for granted. Was that because you said, “To hell with men—I’ll do it alone”?

A diaphanous, flowered silk scarf hangs loose against her elegant neck.

Everything about her, from her appearance to the sound of her soft voice, seems exquisitely feminine, like costly perfume.

called her "drop-dead gorgeous." The slow but steady arc of Pfeiffer's career began in Orange County, California. I went to school with Paul Newman, and we are very old friends.

She was a regular Southern California girl, who surfed at Huntington Beach, hung out at Life Guard Station 17, and went to boarding school in Colorado Springs. Finally, we did a picture together, and one day, after a lot of beers, Paul said, "You know, my recurring nightmare is that one morning I'm going to wake up, and my eyes will have turned brown." Paul saw his whole success in terms of the color of his eyes.

''Anytime you're involved in legal matters, as I was with my divorce and 'Personal Best,' you feel like a criminal, which made it particularly easy to identify with Mc Cussick,'' Mr. Played by Mel Gibson, Dale Mc Cussick is a longtime drug dealer who is desperately trying to get out of the business.