By Gillian Flynn
Updated July 20, 2001 at 04:00 AM EDT
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  • Movie

If Edward Norton ever tires of acting, he might consider a stint with the Ice Capades. For the Danny DeVito-directed comedy Death to Smoochy — in which Norton plays a Barney-like kids’ show host — the Oscar-nominated actor did most of his own blade work, including a showdown with costar Robin Williams. While Canadian Olympian Elvis Stojko had to double for a less-than-proficient Williams, insiders report Norton glided effortlessly through some complex figure eights. But any plans for a career switch are probably on ice. ”He’s already a multi-hyphenate: writer-director-producer,” says producer Andrew Lazar. ”He has enough things on his plate.”

Death to Smoochy

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  • Movie
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  • R
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  • 108 minutes
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  • Danny DeVito

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