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Why Kevin wanted Lady Di

Last updated on: August 09, 2003 00:03 IST

Did you know Oscar-winner Kevin Costner had approached the late Princess Diana for a sequel to the 1992 blockbuster, The Bodyguard (Whitney Houston)? 

Kevin Costner in Thirteen Days'She was very quiet. She was really sweet. And I said, Yeah, there's going to be a kissing scene. And she laughed,' Costner says. 'And we began to talk. And we had a couple of talks. And it was all really going that direction.'

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