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Julia Roberts is in negotiations to join Relativity Media’s “The Brothers Grimm: Snow White” as the Evil Queen.

Relativity began developing the project last June as a modernized spin on the fairy tale with the studio planning to release “Snow White” in 3D. Bernie Goldmann, Brett Ratner and Ryan Kavanaugh are producing, with Relativity’s Tucker Tooley exec producing.

Oscar-winning actress Julia Roberts (“Erin Brockovich”), who was last seen in the romantic drama “Eat Pray Love,” is this year’s recipient of the American Society of Cinematographers Board of Governors Award.

The star of such hits as “Pretty Woman,” “My Best Friend’s Wedding” and “Notting Hill” will receive the honor at the 25th annual ASC Outstanding Achievement Awards gala on Feb. 13 at the Grand Ballroom at Hollywood and Highland.

“Cinematographers and actors have a special rapport that begins with mutual trust,” said ASC Awards Committee chairman Richard Crudo. “Julia brings something extra to that relationship and further elevates what we do with her beauty and grace. She’s a gift to every cinematographer she works with.”

Julia was spotted yesterday at Sunset Towers. Click on the thumbnails to see all pictures.

A momentous occasion like Ellen DeGeneres’ birthday calls for a big Ellen DeGeneres show… including  first-time guest Julia Roberts!

Pictures from the show:

And video:

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For its 20th Anniversary Special Edition, Glamour Magazine has made a list of Women of the Year and Julia Roberts is in it! Read the article below:

Julia Roberts: The Class Act
She is a Woman of the Year because: “There are not a lot of people who can do everything she does, and be brilliant, and be gorgeous, and raise all those children. Formidable, my dear. Bravo.”
—Joanne Woodward, actress

You have to admire that Julia Roberts arrives at an interview in the kind of standard-issue black pants that mothers rely on when they want to look presentable. Wearing the barest hint of makeup, she’s soon chatting about the challenge of running a house with three kids—six-year-old twins Hazel and Phinnaeus, and three-year-old Henry. “Trust me,” she confides, “some weeks are cleaner than other weeks.”

Not that she’s had much time lately to worry about the housecleaning. Her 2010 has been huge. She’s graced countless magazine covers and TV shows on behalf of her blockbuster Eat, Pray, Love; she produced a documentary on the power of motherhood that will air on Oprah’s OWN network in January; and she filmed her next sure-to-be hit, Larry Crowne, with pal Tom Hanks.

Despite her successes, though, Roberts says, “It’s all about the home.” Turns out one of the world’s biggest female movie stars (collective box office: more than $2 billion) is an eco-sensitive earth mother who composts and drives a tractor at her New Mexico ranch. At 43, the Oscar winner chooses roles that allow her to spend quality time with her family—proof, as she’s said, that “becoming famous doesn’t make you crazy.” Once called the Hillary of Hollywood for her trailblazing—she was the first actress to get more than $20 million for a film—Roberts has used that money and clout for good. Since 1997 she’s supported Paul Newman’s Hole in the Wall Gang camp for children with grave illnesses. She also campaigns to fund research for Rett Syndrome (a neurodevelopmental disorder that can destroy kids’ ability to walk and speak) and serves on the board of Earth Biofuels, which promotes renewable energy.

But it’s Roberts’ unique, lit-from-within quality that’s made her everyone’s favorite screen icon. In the words of Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert, “The only other job she could have would be professional fairy.” Well, she did once play Tinkerbell.

Source: Glamour

What do you think? I’m so happy, she deserves all the recognition she can get! Love the picture and the article!