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Entertainment

Zeta-Jones sinks 'Ocean's' feud talk

June 17, 2004

BY CINDY PEARLMAN

We hate to kill a good rumor, but GLARE has found out that Julia Roberts and Catherine Zeta-Jones are not at each other's throats over who has the better costumes, trailers, etc., on the set of "Ocean's 12."

"It's so insane. I haven't even seen Julia on the set yet," Zeta-Jones says. "She's working now, and I'm doing press for 'The Terminal.' " She adds that there has been no face-to-face yet to give Jules some motherhood tips.

"I'm just really happy for her, although I'm sorry to rip apart a really good rumor," she says.

She's also happy to talk about her male co-stars -- George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, etc.

"It's actually a shame none of them is actually handsome. It's a stretch for me to pretend I'm enjoying myself, but it must be done," she says, laughing. "Honestly, it's a great gang. I've been so lucky with my directors and my casts."

Zeta-Jones plays Pitt's girlfriend in the much-awaited "Ocean's 11" sequel, due out this holiday season.

"I can't delve into the details except to say I play an agent trying to get these guys," she says, assuring us that "there is a liaison with Brad Pitt."

Ho hum -- another day, another liaison.

"Oh, I know. It sounds so preposterous to even say those words," Zeta-Jones says. "I'm sure women out there are going to hate me."

She cozies up to yet another A-lister -- Tom Hanks -- in "The Terminal," which hits theaters Friday.

Big Picture News Inc.





 
 












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