UNITED NATIONS — It's been "9 1/2 Weeks" plus 26 years.
Mickey Rourke and Kim Basinger, who starred in the steamy 1980s thriller, were reunited last night on the red carpet at the premiere of "Black November: Struggle for the Nigerian Delta" at the United Nations.
The duo, who have not been on screen together since the 1986 movie, stars in the film about the volatile oil-rich area of the Nigerian Delta and the struggles for control of it.
Directed by Jeta Amata, the film features Anne Heche, Vivica A. Fox, Akon, Wyclef Jean, Mbong Amata and Persia White.
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