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Contains 7,135 magazines with 260,590 listed issues

aka "Hollywood Life/HL"
Movies Attitudes Stars Fashion

- First and last issue: 1985-
- Hollywood Stars.
- Started in 1985 in L.A. Went national in 1989. May 2003 changed name to Movieline's Hollywood Life.
- Always 2-3 good interviews with big stars but also a lot of new faces.
- Published 10-11 times a year, 130 colour pages in A4 format.
- Published by Line Publications LLC
- Website: www.movieline.com

Los Angeles
United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
11 August 2017
5 August 2016

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson
Brian Poynton
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Winter 2008

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Drew Barrymore: On her new love & the old habit that rocked her marriage.
27 pages of Oscar dish: The gowns, gems, gifts, greed & hissy fits on the big night.
Stars who sell clothes for cash.
Best nude scene & 10 more worthy Oscars.
Renee Zellweger's sexy new style.
30 actors who stole their way to stardom by Joe Queenan.
Bonus section: The best of young Hollywood.
Scott Speedman is tackling the big screen with the gritty cop drama Dark Blue.
Phillip Noyce delivers Rabbit-Proof Fence and The Quiet American.
Sundance 2003.
Mandy Moore: From A Walk To Rememfer to How To Deal.
Plus Chris Evans, William Lee Scott, Cole Hauser.

Vol 14 # 1
February 2003

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December 2002

Jeff Daniels: Interview with the star of Arachnophobia and Dumb & Dumber.
Premieres: Talk To Her, Far From Heaven, Adaptation.
Courteney Cox Arquette is one of the biggest stars in Hollywood, thanks to the hotter than ever ''Friends.'' But acting is only a slice of her life .
Ray Liotta is back as a lethal loon in the heavily anticipated Narc. .
Peter Jackson discusses The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers .
Paradise islands: When the famous want to get far away from the paparazzi, press and pressures of Hollywood life, they head to an exotic island.
Visions of luxury: Five famous people reveal their private luxuries.

November 2002

October 2002

September 2002

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June 2002

Hype: Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon, Kieran Culkin, 100 things actors buy once they've made it, costume designer Deborah Lynn Scott.
They walked away: If Hollywood success is such a great thing, why have so many luminaries wanted to abandon it?
Hayden Christensen: The looker who's taken over Star Wars.
Billy Campbell is showing a scary dark side as the man who beats Jennifer Lopez to a pulp in Enough.
Lost in the looking glass: When Hollywood makes movies about Hollywood.
Olivier Martinez is out to seduce American moviegoers as succesfully as he does Diane Lane in Adrian Lyne's Unfaithful.
Who designs Hollywood?: From star mansions to moguls' offices.
Faye Dunaway spills the beans on old Hollywood.
Robert Evans: Legendary producer shows off his home theater spread.

May 2002

April 2002

February/March 2002

Julianne Moore is not only considered a smart person's sex symbol, she also has reputation for working very hard, as evidenced by the four films she made last year, including The Shipping News, with Kevin Spacey and Cate Blanchett, and the upcoming The Hours, with Nicole Kidman and Meryl Streep. But now the star is taking a break, and here she explains why.
20 movie scenes that sizzle: The screen's 20 most seductive scenes.
The building of a bombshell: How Monroe, Hayworth & Harlow became sirens.
10 reasons stars have sex (and pleasure isn't one of them.)
Selma Blair and her new film Storytelling.
Eric Bana: Black Hawk Down's breakout star.
Oscarmania: Parties, botox, diamonds, security, gowns & drugs.
Monica Bellucci: Italian for sumptuous.
Carmen's Electra-fying fashion frolic.
Viewpoint: Why is screen sex being imported?
Joe Queenan on men who strip for the screen.

December 2001

November 2001

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