Catherine Zeta Jones has praised her co-star George Clooney's performance in their new film Intolerable Cruelty, as "absolutely spectacular".
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And the Welsh beauty has begged the well-heeled residents of rich Los Angeles suburb Beverly Hills for forgiveness after filming the micky-taking movie.
Speaking to Sky News about acting next to the Hollywood hearthrob, she laughed: "It's not bad. Somebody has to do it."
Intolerable Cruelty is the story of a successful LA divorce lawyer seeking new challenges when he meets a money-chasing, serial divorcee.
At the California premiere of the film, Catherine added: "I just hope the whole of Beverly Hills forgives us at some point."
The star said she jumped at the chance to work with the Coen Brothers, famous for Fargo and O Brother, Where Are Thou?
And Clooney added praise for the writing duo, saying: "They are always nutty, they are insane. If you are ever going to do a romantic comedy you should do it with the Coen Brothers."
Intolerable Cruelty opens in the US on October 10 - the same day as Kill Bill, Quentin Tarantino's fifth film.