One of the celebrity golf tournament players in the "Michael Douglas & Friends" tourney will be Catherine Zeta Jones. And the Douglases are looking to a teaming on screen in "Racing the Monsoon," to film in India. But Michael cautions–it all depends on the script, natch.
Meanwhile, he is delighted with his "King of California," which bows in Sept. and shows him in a different light–and look. He is totally bearded in the tragicomedy as he searches for Spanish treasure, which he’s convinced is buried under a Costco store in the San Fernando Valley. His daughter is played by Evan Rachel Wood, and Mike Cahill makes his directorial debut.
Also, Par and CBS DVD divisions have just released Season 1, Volume 1 of "The Streets of San Francisco," starring Douglas and Karl Malden. Michael said he knew nothing about the DVD release of the shows from the year 1972!
Meanwhile, wife Catherine is awaiting release of her two films "No Reservations" and "Death Defying Acts." The Douglases are enjoying the quiet family life in Bermuda with son Dylan, 6, and daughter Carys celebrating her fourth birthday.
The "Michael Douglas & Friends" golf tourney plays May 28 & 29 at Trump International Golf Course in Palos Verdes and airs June 10 on NBC. It benefits the Motion Picture & Television Foundation for which the charity has raised over $4.5 million in its nine years. Players, so far, include Donald Trump, Martin Sheen, Josh Duhamel, Heather Locklear and Cheryl Ladd.