Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones recently made her third public appearance with husband Michael Douglas since they announced that they were once again living in the same household following a period of separation. She and her husband attended the 41st Chaplin Award Gala held at the Avery Fisher Hall in the Lincoln Center in New York City and she was the star of the red carpet. She looked absolutely stunning in a monochrome skirt with a flamenco-style hem, black top and black satin Christian Louboutins.
The pictures of her on the red carpet holding hands with her husband as they walked up the steps of the Avery Fisher Hall had some entertainment insiders commenting on how they looked like a Hollywood power couple and how she had never looked better.
Her smile, her confidence and her physical beauty has some entertainment insiders speculating that she wanted to send a message to filmmakers that she is back and ready to work starting with her rumoured role as the leading lady in the highly anticipated movie "Vivaldi". She is rumoured to have been selected to star in the movie based on the life of Antonio Vivaldi, a young priest who became the music teacher at a school for the illegitimate daughters of Venice courtesans.
This is a role that requires an actress who can show the different dimensions of what a person must encounter and feel when they are considered in some respects an outcast and thus an actress whose acting range matches her scintillating looks. Catherine Zeta-Jones is probably one of the few actresses who could perform this role and as such her appearance at the 41st Chaplin Award Gala has put a smile on the face of her fans and filmmakers because she looks exceptional and ready to return to acting.