Paul Newman says that he wants to make one last movie, and he wants to make it with Robert Redford. The 81-year-old Newman told reporters Wednesday at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte, NC, where he is attending Friday's premiere of Disney-Pixar's Cars, "Redford and I are working on something, but it's not by any means a slam dunk. ... We're working on a script very hard." He emphasized that it was not going to be a sequel to the 1969 classic Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid since the characters that he and Redford played die at the end. Asked by one reporter which of his films he would recommend to a kid who wasn't acquainted with his work, he replied, "The Silver Chalice," his 1954 debut. "Then he'd know what bad really was."
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