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It’s called The Keaton, and it sounds delightful. Also, wine over ice is the best, don’t come for me. READ MORE »


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If this were anyone else wearing a blazer, wide belt, slouchy plaid pants, and a bowler hat while wandering around New York City (and possibly doing jazz hands?) during an intense heat wave, I would be using the term “That’s a lot of look!” the same way I would use the phrase, “Oh honey, no.” But… READ MORE »


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I’ve always been a huge Diane Keaton fan, and her recent appearance on “Ellen,” during which she gulped down wine and giggled her way through topics as diverse as tantric sex (“For nine hours! That’s ridiculous!”), punching Robert De Niro in the face (“That was fun!”) and why she never got married (“What happened was… READ MORE »


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Woody Allen is not most people’s idea of a pin-up. But Diane Keaton, who starred in Woody’s iconic films “Annie Hall” and “Manhattan,” says their romance blossomed over her attraction to his “great body.” (For his part, Diane says Woody fell for her because “he loved neurotic girls.” How … sweet?) In the 65-year-old actress’ memoir,… READ MORE »


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In a 45-year career that’s been filled with screwball comedies, touching love stories and the occasional serious drama, there’s one thing that’s been a constant in Woody Allen’s filmography: his love for the ladies.

“My heart is in it more when I’m writing for women,” Allen said once in an interview, and he’s certainly… READ MORE »


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“La-di-da,” said Diane Keaton in “Annie Hall,” sticking her hands in her menswear trousers and fiddling with her fedora. “La-di-da.”

I was in my early 20s, a naïve actress who had just moved from New York City to Los Angeles to jumpstart my career, the first time I saw the classic, semi-autobiographical movie about… READ MORE »


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Diane Keaton will star in her own half-hour HBO series where she’ll play “a feminist icon who attempts to reignite the movement by starting a sexually explicit magazine for women,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. Annie Hall working for a porn mag? Yes! Yes! Yes! The show’s writer, Marti Noxon, says Keaton is the first… READ MORE »


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It seems like a lot of actresses over 40 are stripping naked for roles these days. Sandra Bullock did it in “The Proposal,” Marisa Tomei got nakey in “The Wrestler” and “Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead,” Mary-Louise Parker took it all off on “Weeds,” Diane Keaton stripped in “Something’s Gotta Give,” and Kathy BatesREAD MORE »


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Simcha is able to post her blogs because:
Catherine taught her
She has a degree
She’ll do anything for cold hard cash, except sign on to a bad movie deal [ MAD MONEY]
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