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Zeta-Jones Not Interested in Husband Hunting
Fri September 5, 2003 04:47 AM ET
VENICE, Italy (Reuters) - Catherine Zeta-Jones may make a marvelous husband hunter in the new screwball comedy "Intolerable Cruelty," but the dark-haired actress says it's not a job she would warm to in real life.

"I don't want to be a serial divorcee. I don't want that job," she told Reuters during a trip to Venice for the premier of the latest picture by the Coen brothers.

In "Intolerable Cruelty," Zeta-Jones portrays Marylin, a Beverly Hills socialite on the prowl for a rich spouse while Hollywood heartthrob George Clooney is the high-powered divorce attorney who has thwarted her.

"I'm not getting divorced, never, never," said Zeta-Jones, who in real life is married to actor Michael Douglas.

Indeed, the couple, who have two children, have made their home in Bermuda far from the madcap, revolving-door life in Hollywood.

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