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[*NSYNC To Perform With Guest At Grammys]
01/23/02 from: nsync@list1.zomba.com

*NSYNC received two Grammy nominations this year for Best Pop Vocal Album, "Celebrity" and Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal, "Gone." The guys will be doing a very special performance of "Girlfriend" (with a surprise guest) on the Grammy's telecast, so be sure to check out the show on February 27th at 8:00PM EST on CBS!



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[Lance responds to Ebert and Roeper's 'Worst of 2001' list]
01/23/02 from: Katie

*NSYNC's Lance Bass' transition from boy band singer to movie star in "On the Line" was met with both box office failure and critical drubbing. The nation's most high profile movie reviewers, Roger Ebert and Richard Roeper, even hated the movie enough to name it one of "Worst of 2001."
When confronted with "On the Line's" inclusion on the list at the People's Choice Awards, where *N Sync was accepting the award for Favorite Musical Band or Group, Bass was blissfully unaware of Ebert and Roeper's dis.
"I didn't know that," the teen idol responds.
"On the Line" fell under Ebert and Roeper's "Don't Quit Your Day Job" category, described as "films featuring some familiar faces who tried to make the leap to movie stardom and landed face-down with a horrible splat."
"We usually go from what they say to opposite of what they say," Bass counters with his personal movie-going habits. "So I'm kind of flattered."
Chris Kirkpatrick, the *N Sync member with the highest pitch voice and dreadlocks, chimes in to support Bass. "That can only help DVD sales, now can't it?" he posits, referring to the extra publicity Ebert and Roeper have given the movie.
Despite "On the Line's" scant $4.4 million total gross, don't count Bass out yet. "I plan to do more movies, and I love it," he declares.
Those future projects won't include the rumored *N Sync band movie, according to Kirkpatrick. "I can't act," he explains self-deprecatingly as the reason. "I'm just stupid."



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["On the Line" Set For DVD With Special Features]
01/23/02 from: Yahoo

- 1 hr. 30 min.
- Color
- Dolby Surround AC-3
- Surround Stereo
- Stereo
- Widescreen/Letterboxed
- In English
- Buena Vista Home Entertainment

Region 1
Keep Case
Anamorphic Widescreen - 1.85:1
Audio:
Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
Additional Release Material:
Deleted Scenes
Outtakes
Additional Footage - 1. Home Movies from the Set
Audio Commentary - 1. Eric Bross - Director
Production Interview
Making-of - 1. "Making the Music Video" Featurette
Music Video - 1. "On the Line"
Trailers
Interactive Features:
Scene Access
Interactive Menus
Text/Photo Galleries:
Biographies - 1. 'N Sync

"On The Line" is set to be released on DVD (and video) March 26th.