By  on September 24, 2010

With all eyes on Michael Douglas today — or, more specifically, the release of his much anticipated sequel to “Wall Street” — WWD takes a look at the actor, pre-Catherine Zeta-Jones.

On July 9, 1984, the paper ran a profile of Douglas, who was fresh off his success in “Romancing the Stone.” “I love my work and I’m really fortunate,” he said. “It’s like an adult sandbox. It’s make-believe.” Still, Douglas admitted “there’s not a lot of good material out there,” which also explained the producer’s cap he wore on the film as well as on “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” and “The China Syndrome.” “Finding a good script is like falling in love with a girl,” he continued. “You flirt with her a little bit and then you’re hooked. You can’t get her out of your mind, and that’s what happens with my projects. It takes so long to make a movie, and you can’t get a divorce from it, so you’ve got to make sure that it’s the right one.”

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