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February 25, 1991 | KARI GRANVILLE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Actor Kevin Anderson, steady and sure as Julia Roberts' salvation in "Sleeping With the Enemy," is slightly bemused by his status in Hollywood: "I have somehow maintained--and I don't know how--always being a 'new face.'
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February 25, 1991 | KARI GRANVILLE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Actor Kevin Anderson, steady and sure as Julia Roberts' salvation in "Sleeping With the Enemy," is slightly bemused by his status in Hollywood: "I have somehow maintained--and I don't know how--always being a 'new face.'
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February 8, 1991 | KARI GRANVILLE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For "Sleeping With the Enemy" director Joseph Ruben, who has toiled most of his career in the low-budget realm, the chance to make a big-budget, big-studio movie has certain obvious advantages--a major star (Julia Roberts), lavish attention, a penthouse hotel suite. "But the biggest advantage of making a big-budget movie," Ruben says, "is you get a crane. You can just ride it, go up and down. I'd never get off it, if I could."
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February 8, 1991 | KARI GRANVILLE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For "Sleeping With the Enemy" director Joseph Ruben, who has toiled most of his career in the low-budget realm, the chance to make a big-budget, big-studio movie has certain obvious advantages--a major star (Julia Roberts), lavish attention, a penthouse hotel suite. "But the biggest advantage of making a big-budget movie," Ruben says, "is you get a crane. You can just ride it, go up and down. I'd never get off it, if I could."
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