Mandy Moore’s Got Nice Skin

A top makeup man raved to Liz Smith of The New York Post about ‘Saved’ and ‘Romance and Cigarettes’ star . He said, “Aside from being one of the nicest girls I’ve worked with, has the most beautiful skin I’ve seen on anyone over the age of 6!” The makeup guy would prefer not to be credited with this compliment: “Who needs to know my name?”

Is Duritz’s Kind Words For Moore Paying Dividends?

May 1, 2004 – The New York Post reports Adam Duritz of Counting Crows with Mandy Moore and four others at Jacques-Imo on Columbus Avenue. Just a couple weeks ago, Duritz publicly praised Moore’s ‘Coverage’ album on his official website.

Mandy Moore As Monica Lewinsky?

April 30, 2004 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Thursday night, “The National Enquirer reports Monica Lewinsky wants to get 5 to 10 million dollars for the movie rights to her relationship to Bill Clinton. Monica Lewinsky says she wants Mandy Moore to play her in the movie about her life. Mandy Moore? Michael Moore would be more like it!”

Mandy Moore Attends Banana Republic Fashion Show

April 27, 2004 – The New York Post reports Mandy Moore and Mary-Louise Parker were spotted at the Banana Republic fashion show at the Chelsea Art Museum, having come straight from the set of ‘Romance and Cigarettes’.

Everything Mandy Moore Wants People To Know About ‘Saved!’

April 21, 2004 – YM sat down with Mandy to talk about her newest film out Friday, ‘Saved!’

What’s unique about your role?
It’s an independent film about all these teens who are Jesus-centric, and I play an evil person. I wanted people to see that I’m not just a nice girl. Well, I am, but I can pretend to be a nasty one.

Jena Malone, Patrick Fugit, and Macauly Caulkin are also in the film. What was it like working with them?
It was so exciting to work with wonderful actors who are my age. I completely look up to them and respect their work.

How do you think people will react to your performance?
They’ll be surprised. Coming from pop music, where everything is so stereotyped and cookier-cutter, it’s fun to do things people wouldn’t expect.

It’s definitely thought-provoking, which could make it controversial and not a blockbuster. Do you get bummed when one of your movies doesn’t do well?
It’s disappointing, but you have to move on. You learn from every part and take those lessons with you.

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