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Chris O'Donnell knows the price of fame - like the time a police officer asked for his autograph after his car got wrecked.

O'Donnell has two new films coming out: "The Chamber" with Gene Hackman and "In Love and War," with Sandra Bullock. The "Batman Forever" star started modeling at 13 and has already starred with Al Pacino in "Scent of a Woman."He's not always thrilled with being a celebrity.

Last winter in Chicago, a car drove through a red light and hit the passenger side of his 1987 Honda. He says all he wanted to do was "slug the guy that hit me."

But when he got out to confront him, "People started recognizing me. Suddenly I'm signing autographs," O'Donnell says in the September issue of Premiere.

"My car is trashed and I've got a woman giving me gift certificates to some lunch place . . . I even signed an autograph for the cop."