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Pandemonium struck the press room at the Prime on Bliss cinema Monday, as reporters packed the venue in anticipation of Salma Hayek's arrival. The multinational actor, along with acclaimed director and animator Roger Allers, and other members of the production, is in town as part of a press junket for the worldwide premiere of an animated adaptation of Kahlil Gibran's celebrated book, "The Prophet". Hayek co-produced the film and lends her voice to Kamila – the mother of its young protagonist. Unlike most animated features, different artists and directors contributed to different segments, which were pieced together to make the film.Hayek also hinted in passing that she may have a project in the works with Lebanese director Nadine Labaki.
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