Barbra Streisand Reveals the Movie That Would End Her Film Career


As promised, ET is one-on-one with Barbra Streisand, giving you an unplugged look at the music legend's latest album and her honest thoughts on bringing Gypsy to the big screen.

Her new album, Partners, was released Tuesday and features some of the strongest male voices in the music industry, including John Legend, Stevie Wonder, Billy Joel, Michael Buble, Lionel Richie and Blake Shelton.

"I'm thrilled with the men I have," said Streisand. "I enjoy men. They're not as competitive as women, so it's really fun to play with men."

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Another one of the guys that she's thrilled with is her 47-year-old son Jason Gould, who is also featured on the album. "My jaw dropped when I heard him sing," the 72-year-old icon admitted to ET's Nancy O'Dell. "I said, 'Jason, I have to sing that with you.'"

A new album may not be all Streisand has up her sleeve. She also disclosed that there's something to those rumors of a movie adaptation of the musical Gypsy.

"It goes in, it goes out. It gets near and goes away," she said of plans to make the film.

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"It would be my Swan Song," Streisand confessed. "Like Funny Girl started my career, Gypsy -- in theory -- should end it on film as an actress."

Streisand hopes to officially have the project in the works this coming year, but if this would end her time in film, it makes the news a bit bittersweet.

Would you like to see Gypsy come to the big screen?