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Michael Douglas plans to quit Hollywood if he beats cancer

Michael Douglas is reportedly planning to quit Hollywood. Sources say the 66-year-old Hollywood legend — who’s currently battling cancer after doctors discovered a tumor in his throat — believes his latest film Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps will be his last.

Michael — who’s married to Welsh actress Catherine Zeta-Jones — wants to spend more time with his family.

“This is a man in the middle of a gigantic fight. And he wants to conserve his energy and resources,” a source told British newspaper The Sun.

“If he beats this he intends to focus on time with his family.

“He looks like he has aged ten years in weeks.”

Michael recently revealed he and Catherine are planning a trip around the world if he beats the disease.

“Once we’re through this, Catherine and I are talking about taking the kids out of school for a year and traveling around the world — Phuket and Vietnam; we’d love to take the family down to New Zealand and spend some time in South Africa,” he said. “We’re still trying to figure out what age you can get away with taking the kids away from their friends and not have them hate you for it.

“From now on I’m going to spend all my efforts on the people I’m closest to. When you’re younger you are so self-involved, self-obsessed. As you get older, all of a sudden, you begin to appreciate relationships, be understanding about the foibles of life, more forgiving — and you’ve got more time for the kids. It makes for a much happier marriage and family environment.”

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