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Reclusive actor Joaquin Phoenix plays Johnny Cash in the film "Walk the Line"
Samuel Jackson is a Hollywood stalwart, turning in countless memorable performances in movies like Pulp Fiction. But while he is one of Hollywood highest profile African Americans, he doesn t star in many movies. That changes with Coach Carter, and a slew of other movies this year, including much anticipated Freedomland.
Actress Angelina Jolie glances towards the photographers as she waits to speak about her work with the United Nations High Committee on Refugees.
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Twice a year Milan, Italy, gives itself over to womenÕs fashion week. Super-models, buyers, fashion pilgrims and partiers flock to consume the visual extravaganza, while the business of beautification is conducted at a frenetic pace backstage, hidden from view.
The word "fashionista" was coined by Stephen Fried in his book "Thing of Beauty: the Tragedy of Supermodel Gia" to describe "the army of models, photographers, designers, hair and makeup people, stylists and editors who toiled daily in the beauty trenches."
Photo: Backstage at Missoni, A model is prepared before the show.
Director Jon Favreau (left) and visual effects supervisor Joe Bauer (right) help set up a scene in the film "Zathura" in which an astronaut appears at the front door of a house floating in space. Shot Oct. 13, 2004 in Hollywood, California. Published October, 2005
Backstage at a fashion show in Minneapolis, MN, 16-year-old Liz Kammerer of South St. Paul, center, tries to remain calm moments before walking the runway. "It's nice to have people actually look at me," Liz said. "When you're a teenager, you always get these magazines in the mail, and there are these models that are always looking pretty. They have perfect bodies. I see them and think, 'I want to be a model just like them.' That's what I want, for people to see me and say, 'I want to be just like her.' I want to get noticed by a lot more people, to get attention from them and feel like I actually did something."