The 48-year-old Hollywood Homicide actress insists her perception of beauty is different to most people's.
She tells Swedish newspaper AFTONBLADET - as translated into English on American gossip site THE SCOOP - "What I think is beautiful isn't the ideal for many others.
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Hartnett admits he didn't get a chance to "flesh out" his character in the tense drama, based on cult French film L'APPARTEMENT - and, as a result, the role was tougher than expected.
But Hartnett has been saved from a potential Golden Raspberry Award thanks to THE ACID HOUSE director.
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Hollywood favourite Harrison Ford has taken a sly swipe at California governor hopeful ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER - by praising German actors and politicians for sticking to what they're good at.
Ford is currently in Berlin as part of a promotional tour for new movie Hollywood Homicide, and when asked for his opinion on the capital city, he used his answer to mock the TERMINATOR star's political ambitions.
He told reporters, "I like Berlin because this is still a city where actors are actors and politicians are politicians."
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Hollywood superstar Harrison Ford has voiced his concerns over the American-led war in Iraq.
The veteran INDIANA JONES actor said armed conflict was not the solution to Iraq's problems.
Speaking in the Spanish capital Madrid to launch his latest film, Hollywood Homicide, Ford also took a swipe at US gun laws and the 'big hit' nature of the country's film industry.
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Smoldering screen star Josh Hartnett was so upset by the events of September 11, he took a year off from Hollywood to reconsider his career choice.
The Hollywood Homicide actor found himself questioning the validity of his job in terms of how the world had changed following the terrorist attacks on America.
Toned Josh explains, "I make enough money. But some people say, 'Grab it quickly.' Well, that's not me.
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The eight bedroom, eight bathroom Pasadena abode served as the TV home of the CAPED CRUSADER's alter ego BRUCE WAYNE, and also featured in HARRISON FORD's new movie Hollywood Homicide as a house his character went through pains to sell.
The home has appeared in more than 20 feature films, beginning in the 1930s, and has been featured in 40 commercials and dozens of TV series, including DYNASTY and MURDER, SHE WROTE.
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The former MONTY PYTHON star has a small cameo in the new Harrison Ford film - playing himself.
In the scene, Idle is arrested by cops for courting hookers, and, as he's led through a police station protesting his innocence, he's recognised by an apprehended prostitute - commenting, "Hello GLORIA," as he passes her.
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His work on the Bad Boys II project is his debut foray into film score composition.
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Ford thought he was doing his daughter a huge favour when he took her to the set of Hollywood Homicide after she confessed to having a crush on Hartnett, but he was hoping the PEARL HARBOR star would be mean to her.
He jokes, "She said, 'All the girls like him. He's really a hottie.'
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