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Catherine Zeta-Jones: Swashbuckling Siren
October 25, 2005 by Lynn Barker
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TeenHollywood: “Mask of Zorro” made you world famous. What did it take to get you to revisit this role again?

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Catherine: Well, when I used to bump into Antonio [Banderas] and Martin Campbell [the director], it was always in the conversation. ‘Let's do another one.
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The Mask of Zorro
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Come on. It's so much fun’. And like you said, for me it was not just professionally important but personally important. Michael saw me in it and — seduced me! (laughter). Hounded me. Followed me around the world until he found me. Look at me now. Two kids later. So we always talked about it. We had a few drafts that were sent that were just not right, and all the elements had to be in place. And we didn't want to do a sequel unless we were going to do one that was as good as or could surpass the original. Some of the scripts I read before just kind of forgot that I had a kid at the end of the [first] movie. When I read this I went ‘you know what? I think this is going to work’. And here we are. And then I had a tear in my eye when I saw Antonio in his Zorro get-up again. It had to be done.

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