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April 14, 2014 9:27 PM

Morgan Freeman talks about — what else? — movies at Singletary Center

Academy Award-winning actor Morgan Freeman shared insights into some of his best-loved movies at a fundraising event at the University of Kentucky Monday. In an interview-style presentation moderated by WKYT-TV's Barbara Bailey, Freeman, 76, discussed several of his movies, from how he ended up playing Nelson Mandela in

Invictus

to what it was like playing opposite Jack Nicholson in

The Bucket List

. Freeman said Mandela himself once said that if his autobiography,

Long Walk to Freedom

, were ever made into a movie, he would want Freeman to play him.

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