Michael Douglas Comments on Brad & Angelina
March 13, 2006
MICHAEL DOUGLAS doesn't hold back as he comments about headline-making couple ANGELINA JOLIE and BRAD PITT in the upcoming GQ magazine.
In the issue, hitting newsstands next week, Douglas talks about his involvement with the U.N. and making his life meaningful when he contemplates aloud about Pitt's own "high-water mark" and his current humanitarian work.
"I don't know about Brad Pitt, leaving that beautiful wife to go hold orphans for Angelina," Douglas says. "I mean, how long is that going to last?"
The Oscar® winner also talks about making his marriage to CATHERINE ZETA-JONES work and sounds off on why some couples are successful while others aren't.
"Who knows, if I hadn't met Catherine, I might be in the trenches in L.A., in my office, and focused on producing a lot more movies and television shows," he says. "But that's not -- I've been fortunate. You learn to respect something of value and nurture it and treat it well."
He says he can't quite figure out the quick-as-lightning Hollywood marriages. "I mean, don't ask me what happened with RENÉE ZELLWEGER," he says. "I don't know how you get married for four months. And JULIA [ROBERTS] and LYLE [LOVETT]. There must be some incredible things you find out one night. I mean, I don't know."
For more on Douglas' intriguing GQ article, watch tonight's ET!