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Catherine Zeta-Jones' film ban

(BANG) - Catherine Zeta-Jones has banned her children from watching their dad Michael Douglas' movies.

The 'Chicago' star, who has a seven-year-old son Dylan and a four-year-old daughter Carys with husband Michael, encourages her kids to watch her films but believes they are too young to see Michael's racy movies.

Catherine told Tatler magazine: "They have seen their grandfather Kirk Douglas in '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea', so they know about him.

"They have seen me in 'The Mask of Zorro' and animated movie 'Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas' - they are still rather charmingly convinced I cut my hair for that one!

"But they are so young, so I won't let them see Michael's films with Glenn Close ('Fatal Attraction') or Sharon Stone ('Basic Instinct') just yet!"

It was recently reported the 37-year-old actress wants a third child with her Hollywood star spouse.

A friend said: "She has started talking about how wonderful it would be to have another baby. She and Michael have agreed to just relax and see what happens. They do want to have another baby."

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