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Read This: Shedding the Tights Edition


Joseph Fiennes in "FlashForward." (AP Photo/ABC, Craig Sjodin)

Good afternoon, everyone. If you're wondering what Joseph Fiennes is up to these days, we've got answers! And they don't involve tights, poofy pants or lines of Shakespeare.

Monica Hesse catches up with the British actor, who's playing a gun-toting G-man in ABC's much-hyped "FlashForward" (read Tom Shales' take here). What we learn: Yes, he's married; no, he's not expecting a baby just yet. And he's a bit slow on the Internet paparazzi curve, God bless him:

Q: Your big brother, Ralph, is also famous. What's the most awkward experience you've had with a fan confusing the two of you?
A: Anybody who's seen our work wouldn't -- you couldn't get too much more diametrically opposed. I think I might have had one experience after getting off of an airplane, with one of those sites that tries to slip you up on camera. I think it's called TMZ-something?
Q: TMZ? Had you not heard of TMZ?!
A: I think it was them. Well, I thought they were very witty, deliberately trying to mix you up. I thought, Oh, how sweet -- adorable people greeting you in the airport.

Elsewhere in Style: Neely Tucker profiles Kelly Corrigan, a first-time author who undertook a DIY, Web-based publicity drive. Blake Gopnik examines the work of a gifted Corcoran photography student. Wil Haygood reports from a Congressional Black Caucus-sponsored fete of Tyler Perry and Sam Gilliam. And, for fans of serious bling, Jackie Trescott says the Hope Diamond -- now on display without its traditional setting -- is as gorgeous as ever.

By The Reliable Source  |  September 24, 2009; 12:09 PM ET
 
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