What 3 famous folk?


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Ok forgive me if this type of post has been done before but I always find it interesting to see the answers to this question [plus if you're anything like me your answers change constantly]:

What 3 famous people (in the film industry) would you like to have dinner with & some drinks....see a movie....play pool - well I'm digressing here but who would you like to spend an evening with? [oh yeh & it helps if they're currently alive!]

Mine: Goldie Hawn [for sheer fun value!]
George Clooney [for eye candy & fun value]
& Whoopi Goldberg [for more fun]

It was beauty killed the beast.
Woody Allen
Roger Ebert (Does he count?)
Michael Bay (So Kong could kick his ass.)
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Stuck On You
Bad Santa

Terry Gilliam for
Kirsten Dunst for
and Gentle Ben for keeping that jerk Gilliam away from my girlfriend!
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I must become Caligari..!
Quinten Tarantino
Katie Holmes
It's a god-awful small affair, To the girl with, the mousy hair, But her mummy is yelling "No", and her daddy has told her to go, But her friend is nowhere to be seen, Now she walks through her sunken dream, To the seat with the clearest view, And she's hooked to the silver screen, But the film is a saddening bore, For she's lived it ten times or more...

I know this probably doesn't count but I think all the main characters from the Lord of the Rings.... I would love to know what gave them the push to go ahead with this film or trilogy and I would also like to know what they think of all the success they have had with it...
"Your All going to Die down here."
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"Resident Evil 2:Apocolypse" Mila Jovavich
"Phone Booth" Colin Ferrel, Keifer Sutherland (2003)
"Pay it Forward" Haley Joel Osmond, Helen Hunt(2000)
"American Wedding" Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan(2003)
"Dogma" Ben Affleck, Matt Damon(1999)
"LOTR" 1,2 & 3 Vigo Mortenison, Elijah Wood (2002-2003)
"Thirteen" Holly Hunter, Nikkie Reed (2004)

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Originally posted by Hondo333
Quinten Tarantino
Katie Holmes

Tarantino for me too, I'd love to get movie recommendations from him

Monica Bellucci

and I'd bring Bruce Lee back to life
Boards don't hit back

Mother! Oh, God! Mother! Blood!
Heather Graham (I'd ask her to wear rollerskates)
Elizabeth Hurley (Yeah, Baby!)
Rebecca Romijn-Stamos (I'd ask her to come in blue body paint)

Of course, the reason I chose these three women is because I think their conversations during drinks, dinner, and pool would be extrememly rewarding and stimulating (maybe even intellectually enlightening).
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Enemies are so stimulating.
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good question...

gotta be.

al pachino
de niro
marlon brando


jennifer anniston
lucy liu
angelina jolie
i hate hugh grant

I have to mention some Dead People, sorry.

Alfred Hitchcock..... he was a real prankster in real life.

Busby Birkley.......Always wanted to be one of the dancing girls in his movies.

Robert Redford.....Love his directing, acting, no really as I lust after him
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oh and also:

vin diesel
big arnie
bruce willis

it would be good to go out with guys my own size, im a bear u see, lol