In today’s Tweet Beat, Diane Keaton is presidential, Dax Shepard has a math problem and Topher Grace is back in the spotlight.
On last year’s cover of Vanity Fair’s Hollywood issue—that annual Annie Leibovitz photo in which the country’s hottest actors use each other as sexy, well-dressed furniture—20 percent of those photographed were people of color, 100 percent were under 50, 60 percent were men, and 33 percent of the men were Miles Teller…
Diane Keaton, beloved actress and frequent wearer of hats, turns 70 years old today. And in those seven decades on this planet, she has worn several different kinds of hats—from black ones to white ones, and from bowlers to berets*. But which of those iconic head covers best represents you?
On the tails of the likely dreadful Adam Sandler blah-fest, Netflix has announced they’ll be releasing the amazingly-titled comedy Divanation, which will reunite First Wives’ Club stars Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler, and Diane Keaton. Sing it with me: YOU DON’T OWN ME DA DA DA DAAAAA.
Diane Keaton has just unveiled a new wine called The Keaton, which is affordable, comes with a twist-off cap, and is meant to be served on ice. “It’s not fancy, but neither am I,” she told People. This is a dream come true.
Nancy Meyers is late. Since her first film, 1980’s Private Benjamin, she’s never gone more than five years without writing and/or directing a new one—and she usually just needs two or three. But it’s been six years since It’s Complicated, so a new Meyers joint is—to many—reason to rejoice. Mostly because, ahhhhhhhh oh…
George Lopez, a Mexican American comedian, is in the “early stages” of discussion to replace Donald Trump, a man who thinks most Mexican immigrants are rapists, as host of The Celebrity Apprentice on NBC.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Diane Keaton loves Magic Mike apparently, Caitlyn Jenner gives a shoutout and Reese Witherspoon enjoys Rome.
In today's Tweet Beat, Diane Keaton possibly just discovered Amy Poehler, Adrian Grenier is a big fan of the fall season and Ronan Farrow continues to go over my head.
Hollywood constantly raids the archives for marketable properties. But even so, this comes as a surprise: Apparently another Father of the Bride sequel is in the works, twenty years after the last one. The franchise will be spruced up for today's audiences with a gay marriage angle.
Well Kimye are officially bonded in holy matrimony, but before you plunge into the depths of an existential crisis, the knowledge that there shan't be more pre-wedding Kimye clothing, location, guest, or gift rumors slowly perforating your very existence, don't worry. This wedding was so illustrious, details will…
Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton have each cornered the market on romantic comedies for baby boomers, so it makes sense that they've come together for a Rob Reiner movie in which Douglas plays a crotchety realtor and Keaton plays his more well-adjusted neighbor. In And So It Goes, Douglas' character finds himself…
Diane Keaton has finally responded to Dylan Farrow's letter in The New York Times in which she publicly accused director Woody Allen of molesting her. In the letter, Farrow specifically addressed Keaton and other stars who have worked with the filmmaker. ("You knew me when I was a little girl, Diane Keaton,"…
Nicki Minaj is here to serve you married ladies a shiver down your spine in a new clip for her upcoming film, The Other Woman. The movie surrounds a successful businesswoman (Cameron Diaz) who's dating a man — until she realizes that he's married. In a twist, she befriends his wife (Leslie Mann), and then they find…
In today's Tweet Beat, we learn exactly how much Diane Keaton loves Pinterest and polka dots, Bryan Greenberg remembers working with those "eye sores" Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson and Britney Spears revealed the exciting new cover artwork for her new single "Work Bitch".
In today's Tweet Beat, Diane Keaton went on a streak of male appreciation, Lindsay Lohan "flaked" on Bret Easton Ellis and Metta World Peace was full of so much fascinating information, it was hard to decide which was the most enlightening.
Diane Keaton showed up on Ellen to talk about her next movie, The Big Wedding — but really, she just got giggly drunk and talked about tantric sex. Let's party, Keaton.
On The Talk today, Sharon Osbourne said that she never understood the extent of husband Ozzy's substance abuse, and she's currently "devastated."
In HBO's upcoming Beyoncéumentary Life Is But A Dream, Beyoncé publicly discusses her pre-Blue Ivy miscarriage for the first time, which Jay-Z referenced in his song "Glory" (recorded days after Blue Ivy's birth).
Diane Keaton turned 66 today, and here she is singing in everyone's favorite movie Annie Hall because WE NEED THE EGGS, U GUYZ.