Sandra Bullok. It's the April issue with the beauty report - 156 best buys or something like that. I was going to buy it this year but the report proved to be a lot less interesting than I hoped it would. I think it happens every year, mind you, at least with me.
Anyway, there is a pictuer of PB in the table of contents (you find it; it's worth leafing through) and an article on p. 444 or whereabouts. I don't know what the article is about. I got an impression it was something environmental, probably because there was a big picture of PB, Keely, and Jane Goodall. There are a lot of pictures, but I think only one more with PB, a smaller one, probably the one with Greg Kinnear Barbara mentioned. I may be a little off, I only leafed through the magazine, but personally, I don't think it's worth buying, at least not for the pictures. Next time the line in the grocery store is too long, maybe I'll erad the article, too.
I leafed thorugh it this morning and completely missed the Table of Contents (who can find it with all those ads?!) photo and the 3 page article with Jane Goodall.
I did see the Pierce/Greg photo from Sundance 9around page 320), very funny and it's a full page of them posing in a fake snow set holding hands but with PB up to his hips in fake snow and Greg Kinnear standing tall beside him.
"Nobody wears a tux as well as Pierce Brosnan," says Kaufman
you say it, Ms. Kaufman. though i suspect if PB would decide to wear potato sacks from now on he'd still manage to look classy and exceptionally dashing! not that i would encourage this decision of course...
"basically, I believe in peace and bashing two bricks together." - Monty Python
Chayna said in another board that the latest Hello magazine dated 6 April 2005 #861 had a 2 page article and pics of the Tea Party hosted by Pierce and Keely for Dr Jane Goodall. The pics are different from those inIn Style, only 2 with Pierce in but half page ones.
Lucky lucky English readers. Of course you can already buy the DVD so it's doubly unfair.
Part one of our fabulous Michael Caine double bill DVD - free NEXT Sunday
8th April 2005
Sir Michael Caine is one of Britain's best-loved and esteemed actors and Mail on Sunday readers can enjoy TWO of his highly rated action-packed thrillers absolutely FREE.
The first part of our superb Michael Caine DVD double bill, The Eagle Has Landed will be given away inside next week's paper followed by The Fourth Protocol on Sunday, April 24.
So don't forget to order your Mail on Sunday for these two not-to-be-missed classic DVDs.
The Eagle Has Landed is a thrilling Second World War drama about a German plot to capture Birtish Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Based on the bestselling novel by Jack Higgins, a Nazi strike force tries to assassinate Churchill while he is resting in a desolate Norfolk village. Colonel Radl (Rober Duvall) masterminds the plan which would change the outcome of the War. He enlists Devlin (Donal Sutherland). German paratroopers disbuised as Polish airmen, land in England and Radl's plan appears to be going smoothly until an unforeseeable incident exposes the Germans. Then Steiner, Luger in hand, approaches the unmistakable figure of Churchill....
The Fourth Protocol is a tense thriller featuring great performances from Caine, Pierce Brosnan and Joanna Cassidy. In the film based on Frederick Forsyth's bestselling novel, Caine plays the British agen with the task of preventing the Russians detonation a nuclear explosion next to an American base in the UK - with the Russians detonating a nuclear expolosion next to an American base in the UK, the Russians hoping this will shatter the "special relationship" between the two countries.
Don't miss your Mail on Sunday next week for part one of this exciting double bill!
Premiere Magazine- May 2005 issue. Page 28 (or so), full page photo of Pierce from The Matador as a coming film attraction. In the bathroom, in his shorts with cotton between his toes and small blurb by Director Richard Shepard about the film and how Steele runs in Mexico on TV 2,000 a day. ;D
Days like today I love living in NYC because voila... I easily found the magazine and here are the scans by moi. (please, if you put them up at other websites please give credit). I wish the last two photos were bigger in the mag but alas they weren't more than a couple of inches. Thankfully my scanner was able to make them bigger.