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time Sophia shares top billing in a
film with another female star, Ann-Margret, a Swedish-born actress who
The movie grosses $78 million and is Sophia’s first box office hit since the release of El Cid three decades before.
A sequel to the movie involving Mastroianni had been planned but his death in December 1996 put an end to the project.
Sophia's voice is dubbed by Mari Ángeles Herranz (Spanish).
and more heartwarming than
the original. Sophia Loren, along with Matthau, Lemmon and Ann-Margret
the most beautiful
woman in the world, she's one of the most talented actresses. She's got
and wit and everything
woman like me
is not usually
attracted by a very banal, good-looking young man. I never have been.
absolutely fits my idea of a man in this film, because he's the kind of
that I would like to have a life with."
conceivable reason one should venture into the spectacularly unfunny
Lemmon-Walter Matthau vehicle, ``Grumpier Old Men'' (a sequel to their
``Grumpy Old Men''), is to see Sophia Loren and witness just how
has been to the ravages of time."
- and we mean never - has a 60-year-old woman (or man or vegetable or
mineral) looked as divine as Sophia Loren does in
funny. Sophia Loren will enchant me forever."
Garrett Glaser, NBC