Julia Roberts (''Erin Brockovich") and Joshua Jackson ("The Skulls") on their new films

By EW Staff
Updated April 14, 2000 at 04:00 AM EDT

”While you’re making the picture you do have that sense of person. [When] I needed some caffeine on this particular movie, I’d be, ‘Where the f— is my cappuccino? What is it with you people? It’s later than the godd— millennium.’ Normally, I don’t ask like that.”
— Julia Roberts on staying in character on the set of Erin Brockovich on Mr. Showbiz

”Yeah, the rituals are intense, arcane, and some of them are just perverse. I mean, the stuff that we put in the movie is tame in comparison. Like the ‘rebirth ritual,’ where a guy lays naked in a coffin…. George W. Bush was in [Skull & Bones]. So if that man gets elected President, I will never, ever be able to take him seriously. C’mon, you were in that coffin!”
Joshua Jackson on the model for The Skulls‘ secret society on Bigstar

Erin Brockovich

  • Movie
  • R
  • 126 minutes
  • Steven Soderbergh