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The Scotsman
Wed 21 May 2003
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Film stars' daughter is the picture of good health


PROUD parents Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones showed pictures of their new baby daughter at a Hollywood premiere.

Douglas held up a black and white photo of Carys for the cameras - the same picture he also produced on the US chat show The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - and smiled. Zeta Jones attended the premiere wearing a stunning black gown and a neon pink shawl.

In the new movie, The In-Laws, Douglas is cast in the role of Stephen Tobias, a deep-cover CIA agent, who focuses more on his work than his life with his son, Mark (Ryan Reynolds), or his now ex-wife, Judy (Candice Bergen).

The movie also stars Albert Brooks as an uptight Chicago podiatrist and the film, which opens in the US on Friday, is directed by Andrew Fleming.

It is a remake of the 1979 comedy, and sees the actors take on roles made famous by Alan Arkin and Peter Falk. The couple were joined at the Los Angeles premiere by Douglas’ father, Kirk, and his partner, Anne.

One lucky couple were married surrounded by the stars on the red carpet outside the Cinerama Dome where the premiere was held after winning a competition on US TV show Entertainment Tonight.

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