Sunday, April 06, 2008

Bikini girl fashsion

Girl Beauty, Bikini girl

"To enter any project that you work on, you hope to realize the role, to realize the film, and at the end of the day you have your personal journey and you have the work that you were a part of," he pondered. "I'm nervous about the film opening because you want people to like it and you want to see what it's going to be. That's what you hope for."

He'll have to wait until next week to see exactly what audiences think of his latest film, which also co-stars Hugh Laurie, Jay Mohr, Cedric the Entertainer, John Corbett, and rappers Common and The Game. As Reeves tells it, however, he is actually already content with his experience on "Street Kings," no matter what happens at the box office.

"I'm just hoping to be able to work in different genres and play different roles. I think that we all hope to do different kinds of work and be challenged and stretched and hopefully to explore all that we can do as artists."