So you thought messages from "beyond" were only for phone psychic Miss Cleo, mon? Kevin Costner doesn't think so. In Dragonfly opening tomorrow he plays a widower faced with overwhelming signs that his late wife is trying to contact him. "I've never had such experiences myself," he tells TV Guide Online, "but I've never been skeptical about anybody else who's having them.
"Most of the time when I'm listening to their story," Costner says, "it's somebody that I actually have a history with. So I know how reliable they are then, I'm a little disappointed that I haven't had one of those kind of things happen to me!"
No doubting Thomas, the actor insists he doesn't need an unseen being to levitate his living room furnishings to embrace spirituality. "If I take a look at
Based on J.R.R. Tolkien's classic novel, The Lord of the Rings, director Peter Jackson's big-budget epic, The Fellowship of the Ring which hits theaters in December has a legion of impatient bookworms squirming to see their fave fantasy brought to life. Have their high expectations worried leading lad Elijah Wood, who plays mythic Hobbit Frodo Baggins?
"I definitely felt the pressure," Wood concedes. "I wanted to live up to all of the expectations. But when I got into costume and worked with the others, I just didn't think about it anymore." The blue-eyed actor nods in agreement with Sean Astin, who joined him on the film's 15-month location shoot in far-flung New Zealand. Deadpans Astin: "We just became Hobbits. We felt it."
And Jackson swears he dared cast none other than Liv Tyler to play the immortal Elf Arwen. "She