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2 items from 2000

Shue's Not Important

7 August 2000 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Elisabeth Shue was worried she would be treated as a superstar when she began at her new college - but students were more interested in Natalie Portman. The fears flared up on her first day at Harvard when somebody came up to her with an excited look on her face. But they receded when the person opened her mouth and said, "Did you hear? Natalie Portman's going to this school!" Shue laughs, "It was really the talk of the campus. Everyone was like, 'Have you seen Natalie?' 'Have you heard she's here?' I began looking for her after a while. I finally saw her once, but we didn't say anything." »

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Julia Roberts Is Top Hollywood Hottie

26 July 2000 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Pretty Woman (1990) star Julia Roberts is Hollywood's hottest celebrity, according to a veteran industry analyst. The beautiful actress is at the top of Kames Ulmer's Y2K roster of the 200 "hottest" actors and actresses in the business, due to be published this autumn. "James Ulmer's Hollywood Hot List: The Complete Guide to Star Power" places Meg Ryan eighth - the only other woman to be in the top 20. Between Roberts and Ryan, are Tom Hanks, Tom Cruise, Mel Gibson, Bruce Willis, John Travolta, and Brad Pitt, with Leonardo DiCaprio and Will Smith ranking ninth and tenth. The book's bottom 10 include, Helena Bonham-Carter, Halle Berry, Andy Garcia and Elisabeth Shue, with Steven Seagal placed last. Hollywood Hot List is a spin-off of the author's "The Hot List", an annual industry index that measures the commercial clout of nearly 2, 000 movie stars and directors - producers and other filmmakers are excluded from the new book - from around the globe. Using the Ulmer Scale, the guidebook rates stars based on factors such as bankability, professionalism, career management, willingness to travel and promote, acting talent, and acting range. »

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