"I never wanted to be the kind of woman who needed a man to fulfill (me) although I've had wonderful relationships with men in my life."
Jennifer Aniston about her fiancé Justin Theroux, independency, relationships, working with Jason Bateman, happiness, staying upbeat, dealing with the media and her health regime. (DB) Action Press
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"I’m not going to start making strawberry sushi or something."
Rainer Becker on tourists, Japanese cooking and his restaurant chains Zuma and Roka which are established all around the world. (NI) action press
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"You have to laugh at yourself."
Steve Carell plays a disaster-struck dad in Disney's latest family film. He tells why bad days help us appreciate the good ones. (PA) Camera Press
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"I was beaten up by Ali - but look at me now."
Forty years ago this month George Foreman lost the Rumble In The Jungle against Muhammad Ali. Today he's worth a cool £120 million and is better known for his electric grill. (EX) Express
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"When you're talking about celebrity culture, you're dealing with life and death."
Jake Gyllenhaal on directing, journalism, celebrity culture, working with Rene Russo (on the movie "Nightcrawler") and his hometown L.A. (HNW) Action Press
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"I never thought I'd make one album, so to do four, a greatest hits, and to have a film made of my life story is pretty incredible. "
Paul Potts won the first series of Britain's Got Talent in 2007. His fourth album Home is out now, and he tours the UK from October 23. He chats about singing in Korean, listening to advice, and why it matters so much to feel at home (PA) Mirrorpix
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"Being away from doing movies, I actually started a dairy company."
Rene Russo on getting back to acting, about working with her husband who was directing th new movie "Nightcrawler" and becoming a farmer during her hiatus. (HNW) Action Press
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"I was terrified of doing an American accent."
John Simm, Life On Mars star, plays an ex-cop in gripping new drama Intruders. He also speaks about the difficulty of doing an American accent and being an Antiques Roadshow fan. (PA) Guardian & Observer photos
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"Privacy should be a human right, but we've been tricked out of it – it's easy to give information away. It is sort of evil."
The Australian author talks about surveillance and Julian Assange. (GO) Guardian & Observer photos
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"Sex isn’t overly important to me"
The musician and actor, 45, on ageing, cooking and why he’s not as hard as he looks (GO) Camera Press
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