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Is Jennifer Aniston still your best onscreen kiss or has your Prince of Persia costar Gemma [Arterton] given Jen a run for her money?

MICHAEL COATES

Milwaukee, Wis.

Oh, that's good. Look, man, nothing compares to a kiss from Jennifer Aniston. Gemma, this is one of her first movie roles. Clearly it wasn't her first time kissing. But I still give props to Jen; she's pretty awesome.

We felt your pain after you and Reese Witherspoon broke up. Is dating in the public eye getting easier?

PETER HOLLAND

Ann Arbor, Mich.

Things like my relationships are personal, and I've been able to keep them that way. Even though people speculate and take photographs, they're still things that are personal and precious to me.

What's your perfect date?

CLAUDIA GIRALDO

New York City

Well, you have to start off with the right woman. Anything can be romantic if it's the right person.

What's a typical day like for you?

ASHLYN LINK

Toledo, Ohio

Usually it starts off with coffee and some form of exercise, and then whenever I can, I just like to be outside. If my friends are around, we'll do something active like hiking.

What's the most important quality to have in a relationship?

JENNY PICKARD

Huntsville, Ala.

Thanks for the question, Jenny. I think a sense of humor is most important in almost every situation.

Do you believe in love at first sight?

CARRIE BROWN

Kyle, Texas

I really like that question. I think as I get older, I don't know if I do. But that constantly changes. Right now, that's my answer. But you never know.

DO YOU ENJOY YOUR NEW, SEXY CHISELED BODY?

CAROLINA TENIENTE

Los Angeles

Wow, Carolina, that's so kind. I'm a really active person. I loved learning sword fighting because it kind of fulfilled a childhood dream of mine when I was a kid in the backyard playing with sticks. As long as I'm in shape and walking around healthy, I'm happy.

DID YOUR SISTER MAGGIE EVER BEAT YOU UP AS A KID?

RIKKI BLANKEN

Duvall, Wash.

Depends on what you call beating up. She performed the musical Cats for our parents, and she made me lick milk from a bowl while she sang, which was, in a way, abuse. There were many forms of that throughout my childhood.