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What Might the
Characters Be Doing 10 Years Later?
Imagining careers, lives, successes, and failures.
do you remember?
Fifteen Thoughts on the Fifteenth Anniversary of
Billy Zane’s valet is named Spicer Lovejoy, which is both ridiculous and fantastic.
keepin' it real
With Its High Divorce Rate,
’s Historical Accuracy Stumbles
In 1967, it was only 11 percent in the northeast. And yet it’s splits aplenty at SCDP.
Debra Messing Defends Her
“In New York, you never know what the weather’s going to be, so layers are very practical.”
Maggie Grace on
Tattoos, and Action Movies
“I grew up in a Christian household where it was
or bust. I just saw
for the first time.”
Shailene Woodley on
, Crying Underwater, and George Clooney’s Fart Machine
“George Clooney sort of lost his ‘George Clooney-ness’ the first day I met him.”
Judy Greer on
, Befriending the Other Woman, and Always Playing the Sidekick
“I did have a while where I was like, ‘Well, I’ve already been the best friend to all of the Jennifers.’”
’s Jim Sturgess on Playing a Coked-Up Heartthrob, Fame, and Anne Hathaway’s British Accent
“I was struggling with my own accent! I had my own accent to worry about.”
Director Lone Scherfig on the Art of the British Accent, Shock Endings, and Casting Anne Hathaway
“No matter who we cast, someone would think that they knew who could play Emma Morley better.”
Author David Nicholls on Turning His Book Into a Movie, Anne Hathaway’s British Accent, and Lone Scherfig’s Veto Power
“To me, the nineties is all about Blur and Oasis, but they didn’t actually make it in.”