Fresh off his cha-cha heels portraying flamboyant piano queen Liberace in the TV biopic Behind the Candelabra, the apparent man-of-a-thousand-conflicting-faces, Michael Douglas, a dedicated Democrat, is discussing taking the role of Republican president Ronald Reagan in the indie flick Reykjavik, concerning that historic Icelandic meeting in 1986 between Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. Which we’re guessing you don’t remember/never heard of because you hadn’t been born yet. And, frankly, it was no highlight at the time and it sounds like dullness personified as a movie, despite the fact that it might be directed by Mike Newell, who directed Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Which we hear was enjoyable.
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