Catherine Zeta-Jones' death wish
Catherine Zeta-Jones wants to talk to dead people.
The 'Mask of Zorro' actress says she was thrilled when a psychic was brought in to rehearsals on her new movie 'Death Defying Acts' because she wishes she could speak to some of her relatives who have passed away.
Catherine said: "I was fascinated by the psychic. I wanted to know what it felt like when you're channelling or doing whatever it takes to get to that state of mind, so he changed my perspective on it.
"I would love to be able to contact people on the other side.
"If I could speak to my grandmother tonight, I'd be doing it. So I do believe."
'Death Defying Acts', a biopic of illusionist Harry Houdini, has flopped at the US box office, taking just $3,560 in its only weekend of showing.
However, Catherine, 38, insists she isn't worried about it damaging her career.
She added: "I haven't actually reached my sexiest point yet.
"I'm not going to be playing a 19-year-old but I'm not going to be playing old grannies any time soon."