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May 19, 2004

Cry Me a River


Antonio Banderas was so moved while watching his eagerly-anticipated new movie Shrek 2 with Justin Timberlake, he ended up sobbing and holding hands with the pop hunk.

The Spanish actor viewed the animated film at France's Cannes Film Festival last week as he sat in between Timberlake and the 'N Sync star's girlfriend Cameron Diaz, who also adds her vocals to the production. Banderas says, "I was kind of crying at the end of the thing.

It was kinda funny because there's is a very romantic moment at the end of the movie. My character says, 'I wanna cry,' and I was crying. Cameron Diaz was (to the left) and Justin Timberlake was (to the right), and he said to me, 'I'm crying too!' So we held hands for a while.

WTF? It's "Shrek," people. If they were watching "Schindler's List," maybe I'd understand.


Posted by Lawren at May 19, 2004 09:03 AM

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I can't watch Disney's Tarzan. I hated how sad that movie was. I saw it in the theatre and I don't think I would ever watch it again. I can't even listen to the stupid Phil Collins song!

Says: Brad at May 19, 2004 11:06 AM

Question for savvy law grad studying for bar exam: Best movie to work the rule against perpetuities into plot?

Says: Seamus at May 19, 2004 01:24 PM

Ooooh. I have no idea. Clue?

Says: Lawren at May 19, 2004 02:09 PM

William Hurt, Kathleen Turner and Ted Danson.

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