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February 13, 2002 - Cindy Pearlman of the Chicago Sun Times talked with Rebecca who claimed she almost passed on a career as a film actress. "I was a geek in high school. I was 6 inches taller than every other girl and really, really skinny. But then I sort of improved and wanted to model. But mostly I was the geeky girl who really wanted to try out for theater stuff, but I didn't for a dumb reason. I was a singer and my best friend was the actor. I made a promise to her that I wouldn't tread on her ground. It's weird because I'm the one who is now in movies."

February 12, 2002 - Rebecca Romijn-Stamos was on with Conan O'Brien on Friday. Check out a transcript on our message boards.

February 10, 2002 - Sean Axmaker of the Seattle PI gave Rollerball a 'D' rating and summed up the flick saying, "Coupled with the flavorless dialogue of the inane script and a leading man who registers all the glow of a black hole, there's nothing to anchor this mindless mess of a film." Read more.

February 10, 2002 - Terry Lawson  of the Detroit Free Press reviewed Rollerball giving it 1 out of 4 stars saying, "As simplistic as it sounds, 'Rollerball' still manages to make almost no sense." The full story at freep.com has since been removed.

February 10, 2002 - Jack Garner of Gannett News Service reviewed Rollerball and gave it a 'Substandard' rating. Garner said, "Even at that most basic level, this film drops the ball." The full story at detnews.com has since been removed.

February 10, 2002 - Nick Carter of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reviewed Rollerball giving it 1 1/2 stars saying, "The original 'Rollerball' was a fun and edgy distraction of a film; part of the reason it worked is that its plot and point were more focused, better to not expose its weaknesses. All this 'Rollerball' is likely to do is spoil the modest if fading memories of the original." The full story at journalinteractive.com has since been removed.

February 9, 2002 - Jason Anderson of Eye.net reviewed Rollerball calling "the performances are uniformly rotten" but said, "You might be appalled by Rollerball (in fact, you probably should be), but you won’t be bored." Eye.net has since removed the story.

February 8, 2002 - Ed Gonzalez of Slant magazine reviewed Rollerball and gave it 3 out of 4 stars. Ed said of the flick, "Fiercely techno-hungry and seemingly in love with its own fascination with pop culture, Rollerball effectively turns its titular game into a relentlessly repetitive and inescapable sweat chamber (the playing field is in the shape of an infinity symbol, the game observed by priests and scholars)." Read more.

February 6, 2002 - Rebecca Romijn-Stamos was on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Tuesday were she shared a story from last week's Super Bowl festivities. Rebecca was staying across from *NSYNC and revealed, "So I start watching. And I'm watching them all kind of run from room to room. And I see Justin taking his shirt off and like checking himself out in the mirror and he's -- [ laughter ] -- and i'm, like, 'Oh, my god, this is unbelievable.' And shirt off, you know there he is changing clothes. And then next night, again, Justin. Every night, I'm watching Justin Timberlake change his clothes. Finally, like day four, I run into Joey Fatone in the bar and I'm telling him this whole story." Read more.

February 5, 2002 - Rebecca Romijn-Stamos will be Jay Leno's guest tonight, where she'll be promoting Rollerball.

February 5, 2002 - Rebecca Romijn-Stamos will be Conan O'Brien's first guest on the Thursday show. Conan's other guests include Dule Hill and Gene Simmons.

February 5, 2002 - Rebecca Romijn-Stamos will be on the Daily Show with John Stewart on Wednesday, February 13.

February 5, 2002 - Rebecca Romijn-Stamos will be on Live with Regis and Kelly on Thursday, February 7. Their other guest will be Arnold Schwarzenegger.

February 3, 2002 - WireImage.com has photos of Rebecca Romijn-Stamos from the  Super Bowl XXXVI week in New Orleans last week. Check out 12 pictures here.

February 2, 2002 - The New York Post reports LL Cool J made a shocking admission of his 'Rollerball' co-star Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, at least considering his ego. LL said, "She was much better than me. She killed that motorcycle. Me, I was just like a wuss."

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