(CBS) It has been a great 2003 for Catherine Zeta-Jones. Earlier this year, she won an Academy Award for "Chicago." Less than a month later, Zeta-Jones gave birth to her daughter, Carys, with husband Michael Douglas. Now she's back in theaters, as the voice of the very independent Marina in the animated film "Sinbad: Legend Of The Seven Seas."
The Early Show co-anchor Rene Syler caught up with Zeta-Jones to find out what it was like to have this role at this stage of her life.
Zeta-Jones describes Marina as “a feisty, love-of-life, different multilayered woman and a great character for an animated film. You know, so often the princesses are the pretty dresses and they're in the castle and they're waiting to be the damsels in distress. And she's not bad and I think it's good for young girls and women alike to see a character like Marina.”
Catch the full report on Monday's The Early Show.
"Sinbad" joins the Box Office competition on Wednesday.