There aren’t any pet bunnies boiling at Glenn Close’s house. But the actress, who owns a home in Bedford, has something else in her kitchen that might freak out fans of the 1987 film ‘Fatal Attraction.’
In an interview with Vanity Fair, Close revealed that she framed the kitchen knife with which she tried to slit Michael Douglas’s throat in the iconic stalker thriller. It’s hung on her kitchen wall.
But her on-screen obsession Douglas, who also lives in Bedford, has nothing to worry about if he ever pays her a neighborly visit. “It’s all an illusion. It’s a cardboard prop,” she said.
Starting this month, Close “won’t be ignored” on the Broadway stage. The Tony winner will star in “A Delicate Balance,” which opens Thursday.