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Life in the Pop Lane

Hollywood's generation gap

Today's stars lack cultural weight of past heavies

By Renée Graham
Globe Staff / July 13, 2004

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Where have all the movie icons gone? Sure, we've got movie stars galore -- Tom Cruise, Julia Roberts, and Tom Hanks, to name a few -- who garner headlines, eight-figure salaries, big box-office debuts, and important awards. But there's absolutely nothing monumental or awe-inspiring about any of them. (Full Article: 801 Words)

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