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10 Star Bucks What’s Jim Carrey bringing home? What’s The Rock got in the bank? The lowdown on your fave movie and TV stars’ salaries…Nick & Jessica mania…Governor Arnold’s future in films — what could have been…Lost School of Rock snippets… George Clooney’s on-screen seduction style…5-Year Plan: The RZA…Hot Sheet…Monitor…The Shaw Report.
26 Power 2003 After months of heated internal meetings, formula-devising that would shame the maddest of scientists, and dodged phone calls from publicists, we’re finally ready to unveil our 14th annual Power Issue. It features two intriguing, if controversial, lists: Hollywood’s 50.5 most powerful suits (Leslie Moonves and Steve Jobs, we quiver in your presence) and 50.5 most powerful stars (you make us quiver too, Nicole Kidman). Plus: Who’s climbing, who’s falling, and who’s just spinning their wheels. And the scoop on the most powerful drugstore, mobile home, dry cleaner, yoga mat, and comfort food (who knew grilled cheese was so powerful?).
66 They’re Baaack…and we couldn’t be happier. This season, four of our favorite stars are making a welcome return to the small screen.
70 Woman on Top Jenna Jameson is the queen of the porn industry. With a book deal in hand and network TV on her tail, will she seduce the mainstream? BY KAREN VALBY
79 THE MUST LIST Ten great things to see/hear/read.
81 MOVIES Runaway Jury; also Sylvia, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Veronica Guerin, House of the Dead, Pieces of April, and Returner. Plus: Ask the Critic.
89 DVD & VIDEO The Adventures of Indiana Jones; also Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle and The Blues. Plus: Double Take; For Your Collection.
93 TELEVISION Hope & Faith. Plus: A Geek checks into ER; What to Watch.
103 MUSIC Clay Aiken’s Measure of a Man; also Ludacris, Basement Jaxx, the Stills, Rickie Lee Jones, Barenaked Ladies, and Lyle Lovett. Plus: Record shopping with Mandy Moore.
109 BOOKS Gregory Maguire’s Mirror Mirror; also ultimate chick lit.
114 STAGE The Boy From Oz; also Beckett/Albee, The Night Heron, Omnium Gatherum, Rounding Third.
8 MAIL Mourning Johnny Cash and John Ritter.
116 THE POP OF KING Stephen King on Bennifer, Madonna, Sean Penn, and the price of fame.
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