November 14, 2003 at 05:00 AM EST


You know you’re curious about the final film in the Wachowskis’ trilogy — even if backlash against the second Matrix made you think you were over it. Get the info you need on, including an A-to-Z guide to Revolutions, an interview with Clayton Watson (”The Kid” who stars opposite Keanu), and more at


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Talk about a dark side. First, he’s the future Darth Vader; now Hayden Christensen stars as a journalist who fakes his stories in Shattered Glass. See what he says about his complicated characters at Get More of What You Love About ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY

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What’s baby powder made of? Jessica Simpson signs


What’s baby powder made of? Jessica Simpson signs beauty/fashion/health products deal with Signatures Network

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