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Catherine Zeta Jones has had a tough few years, from her husband's cancer to her 'I've kissed Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Antonio Banderas. Around the marriage of Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas has Spielberg cast her opposite Antonio Banderas in The Mask of Zorro. Catherine Zeta-Jones Dating History. Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas met in September at a private screening of "Zorro," after the actor asks Antonio Banderas to introduce them. Then, when I discovered she loved golf, I realized all my fantasies had come true," he.
After he split from Leslie, her next conquest caused quite a stir! Mick Hucknall was 'a new flame' for not very long!
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Rex She was caught kissing her Catherine the Great co-star Paul McGann in his car which the press jumped on but he denied it and despite him admitting that the incident "really rattled" his marriage, he remained with wife Annie and their children. Then she started a romance with Angus Macfadyen, who was 34, six years older than Catherine, at the time, and they got engaged as she gushed: I think this time I've found the love of my life. She then gave her heart to famous Hollywood producer Jon Peters, who "adored" the actress and according to a kiss-and-tell book that he collaborated on, the couple conducted a "torrid, shock-the-neighbours affair" and he proposed to her - but she reportedly turned him down flat.
Next for Catherine, the pop charts were in her sights, but not a hit record, but a certain reheaded, self-confessed womaniser called Mick Hucknall. The Simply Red frontman got together with Catherine inbut with Los Angeles and the silver screen in her sights, he dumped him after just four months.
Fairtytale wedding that ended after a year itch Image: Thirteen years later she still seems besotted. We recently had an extension built, to house a closet. I could be in there for the whole day, happily.
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Untilthe Douglas family lived in Bermuda, far from the bright lights of Hollywood. When work commitments brought them back, they moved to the countryside north of New York.The Mask of Zorro - Antonio Banderas & Catherine Zeta-Jones
We have a laid-back, easy-going relationship. He basically wanted that thing out of his body so he just blitzed the b—. No secrets — they went and saw him having treatment.
Together we all coped with everything. It did make us closer. When the tabloid press discovered that she was seeking medical help inZeta Jones issued a statement clarifying her condition. No Reservations tells the story of an ambitious chef Zeta-Jones whose life changes for the better when she takes in her young niece Breslin after her sister's death.
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In preparation for her part, Zeta-Jones worked in the kitchen and waited on tables at New York's Fiamma Osteria restaurant.
She instead chose to focus on her family and health, having been diagnosed with bipolar II disorderand her infrequent acting appearances were in smaller-scale and less successful productions. The production was released theatrically in markets outside of the United States in —10, but due to financial troubles of its distributor, The Film Development, the film failed to release theatrically in America.
Set in Sweden during the early twentieth century, the musical follows the relationship between three people Zeta-Jones, Angela Lansbury and Alexander Hanson during the course of an evening. It's not one of those shows where you can dig about three inches and come out the other end.
You can keep digging and digging and digging". Return to film and television[ edit ] Following a three-year sabbatical from acting, Zeta-Jones made her screen comeback in Lay the Favoritea comedy co-starring Bruce Willis and Rebecca Hallin which she played the jealous wife of a gambler Willis.
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She was attracted to the idea of playing a "nightmare of a woman" and based the role on the politician Michele Bachmann ;  the film received mixed reviews and failed commercially.
The film tells the story of a private detective Wahlberg who is hired by the mayor of New York Crowe to spy on his wife Zeta-Jones. Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter thought that Zeta-Jones "looks like class itself and nicely underplays", and Liam Lacey of The Globe and Mail observed that the actress "does a fair, if incongruous, impersonation of a forties vamp".
Peter Travers found the film to be a "hell of a thriller, twisty, terrific and packed with surprises" and considered Zeta-Jones to be "dynamite" in it. She was drawn to the project, which follows the comic adventures of retired spies, for "the action, the humour, [and] the tongue-in-cheek quality of it". She was cast as a glamorous journalist reporting on a British Home Guard platoon based in Walmington-on-Sea.
Despite her character's misdeeds, she was drawn to her character's fortitude and ability to stand out in a male-dominated business. She is a patron of Swansea's Longfields Day Centre for the disabled, and has made sizeable donations to the centre.