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Zeta brings down curtain on Dallas talk

Mar 31 2005

Western Mail

 

CATHERINE ZETA-JONES last night scotched rumours that she is about to star in a big-screen remake of the hit show Dallas.

The Swansea-born Oscar winner has exclusively told the Western Mail that she has no intention of donning shoulder pads to play warm-hearted and glamorous Pamela Ewing in the planned film.

Through her personal assistant Cece Yorke she told us, "There is absolutely no truth to the story regarding me doing the Dallas film. Please will you set the record straight for me."

The plea follows mass national media coverage on the story, with every newspaper in the UK reporting that she is in the running for the coveted role.

But Zeta-Jones has broken her silence and said she isn't interested in resurrecting Victoria Principal's character. Despite Hollywood's hottest Welsh-born property not wanting to take part, screenwriter Robert Harding is determined to go ahead with the project.

He said, "We want to make a big, all-star, flashy, go-for-it version of the TV series."

 
 

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