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In brief: working with the wife isn't easy, says Douglas

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Friday June 25, 2004


Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas
The Douglas: Little sexual chemistry on screen according to Michael
 
Michael Douglas has gently sprinkled cold water over the notion of working with his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones is always rosy. "The short-term history of husbands and wives, or lovers, doing pictures together is not great," Douglas told the Independent.

"I don't believe audiences get excited about their romantic scenes because there's not that edge. They think, 'hell, they're going home tonight and doing it'".

The Baftas will take place on February 12, two weeks before the Oscars, on February 27. Bafta members haughtily regard the slot as a crucial Oscar campaign staging post.





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