Julia Roberts"I, like anyone, like to see a nice picture of Clive in a magazine, but I don't need to see a picture of Clive in his boxer shorts taking out his garbage."

'Closer' co-stars Julia Roberts and Clive Owen reunite on the big screen this month for 'Duplicity,' a romantic screwball caper comedy in which they play fast-talking spies turned corporate operatives who team up to try to con two rival titans of industry out of million upon millions of dollars -- and perhaps fall in love along the way.

The film, writer-director Tony Gilroy's impressive and assured follow-up to 'Michael Clayton,' boasts plentiful plot twists, the Gatling-gun dialogue of a Bogey-Bacall flick and -- most importantly -- Roberts' first true lead role since 2003's 'Mona Lisa Smile.'

Moviefone sat down with Roberts and a small panel of journalists for a relaxed but revealing chat about the film -- and ended up unearthing quite a few fun facts in the process. From why she and Clive have such great on-screen chemistry to what it takes to be invited into her kitchen to why she'd rather eat the world's biggest, greasiest slab of meat than read a gossip magazine, here are eight things we learned about Julia Roberts.

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