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KIM BASINGER stars as First Lady Sarah Ballentine, who finds herself caught in a plot to assassinate her husband.

Since making her motion picture debut opposite Robert Redford in Barry Levinson's "The Natural," the Academy Award-winner has appeared in more than 30 feature films and has established herself as an international screen icon.

Basinger wrapped production in 2004 on "Jump Shot," a crime drama about gambling, starring with Danny DeVito, Kelsey Grammer, Nick Cannon, Ray Liotta and Forest Whitaker. The film was directed by Mark Rydell.

Also in 2004, Basinger received critical praise for her moving performance opposite Jeff Bridges in Focus Features' "The Door in the Floor," based on the John Irving novel, "Widow for a Year." She also starred in New Line Cinema's thriller "Cellular," about a kidnapped woman with only a cell phone standing between her and death.

Basinger received her Academy Award® in 1998 for her role in Warner Bros. and Regency's critically acclaimed film "L.A. Confidential," based on the James Ellroy classic crime novel of the same title and directed by Curtis Hanson. Basinger's performance also earned her a Golden Globe Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award and a BAFTA nomination. The film earned nine Academy Award nominations in all. In 2003, Basinger starred opposite Eminem in "8 Mile," and in 2002 opposite Al Pacino and Téa Leoni in "People I Know," In 2000, she starred in Paramount's "Bless the Child," directed by Chuck Russell and also starring Jimmy Smits and Rufus Sewell. That year, Basinger starred in Hugh Hudson's "I Dreamed of Africa" for Columbia Tri-Star. The film, shot on location in Venice, Italy and South Africa, is based on the best-selling true story by Kenya activist Kuki Gallmann.

Basinger's film credits include the box-office blockbuster "Batman"; Adrian Lyne's sensual thriller "9 1/2 Weeks"; "No Mercy"; Robert Altman's "Ready to Wear" ("Prêt-à-Porter") and "Fool For Love"; "Final Analysis" opposite Richard Gere; "The Marrying Man,” "The Getaway"; Blake Edwards' "Blind Date" opposite Bruce Willis; "Cool World"; "The Real McCoy" and "Nadine" opposite Jeff Bridges.

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