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Liz took him into her bedroom, a room full of mirrors of every conceivable shape and colour. She lay on the huge brass bed. She opened her legs slightly and pulled him on to her. He slid in. Her breasts were flattened by the position, but the nipples stood out. He slid his lips over one and then the other. Liz moaned a little as he moved his mouth away from them altogether.

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CLINT EASTWOOD

Blood Work

STARRING CLINT EASTWOOD, JEFF DANIELS,

WAN DA DE JESUS, AN) ELICA H USTON, AN D PAU L RODRIGUEZ; DIRECTED BY EASTWOOD (WARNER BROS.,AUGUST 9)

Eastwood produces, directs, and stars inthis film based on the novel by Michael Connelly. He plays Terry McCaleb, an FBI profiler who goes into cardiac arrest while hunting down a serial killer. As he recovers from heart-transplant surgery, he discovers that the former owner of his newtickerwas a woman murdered by this maniacal mastermind. The convalescing lawman is forced to get physical when pursuing the perpetrator much to the chagrin of his cardiologist. “Jumping fences and running really livens upthework,” Eastwood notes dryly about his stunt-heavy performance. According to Rodriguez, who plays a territorial LAPD officer, the filmmaker hasn’t lost any ofhis Dirty Harry sex appeal. “Clint is hot,” he says. “My mom wants to do him, and my sister would take pictures.” wifely DUTIES: Eastwood cast his spouse, Dina, a former news anchor, as “a reporter trying to getan interviewwith my character,” he says. “I’m not very cooperative. You might saywe are playingourselves.”

KATE BOSWORTH

Blue Crush

STARRING KATE BOSWORTH, MICHELLE RODRIGUEZ, AND MATTHEW DAVIS; DIRECTED BY JOHN STOCKWELL (UNIVERSAL, JULY12)

Bosworth (Rememberthe Titans) stars as a Hawaiian hotel maid who is trying to realize her dream ofcompeting in the Rip Masters surf competition, aided by her best friend (The Fast and the Furious’s Rodriguez) and a visiting pro football player (Legally Blonde’s Davis). Shot at Oahu’s North Shore, the $25 million film recruited native pro surfers Rochelle Ballard, Keala Ken-nelly, and Megan Abuboto stunt-carvethe crashing waves. “It’s a pretty sexist sport,” says Stockwell (crazy/beautiful), a surferwho directed thefilm mostly from his board. However, “by the time we had finished shooting, I think [the guys’] perceptions ofwhat girls could do were forever altered.” The stars do some oftheir own surfing. “Theythrew me outon a longboard,” Davis says. “Itwas literallysinkorswim.” But thefilm had its rewards. “Hawaii, half-naked girls, and surfing,” Davis laughs. “Yeah, that’s tough.”

GIRLFLIGHT: Forget the boards itwas Rodriguez’s fast and furious moves on a jet-ski that really set thefilmmakers on edge. “Shewould take off on these 20- to 30-foot waves, and we’d say, ‘Okay, that’s it, she’s dead,’ ” Stockwell says. “Andthen she’d come flying over the back ofthe wave, just cackling.”

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