In my house as a child, there were three VHS tapes in heavy rotation. All three were actually compilations of movies my grandmother thought we’d enjoy, taped off of HBO or if we were lucky, the Disney Channel, and sent to my sister and myself usually with a box of cookies packed carefully in buttered popcorn and…
During a Q&A session held on her Instagram stories, beloved writer and filmmaker Nancy Meyers revealed several bits of information that made me raise an eyebrow and whisper, “Iconic.”
We’ve said it innumerable times before, but some suit-wearing celebrities simply refuse to listen: You don’t have to tweet! There are so many other activities available to you during your short time on Earth, especially when you are rich! You can remodel the guest kitchen of your third summer home! You can build a…
Baby Boom star Diane Keaton was on Jimmy Kimmel Live! this week to talk about her recent AFI tribute, which was attended by plenty of famous people Keaton is familiar with, but few she feels comfortable calling her friends. “I don’t really have any friends,” she told Kimmel. “Not one.”
Proving once again that she truly becomes all of her characters, Meryl Streep showed up to her good pal Diane Keaton’s AFI tribute Thursday night in full DK drag.
The incredibly A-list trio of Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda and Candice Bergen are set to star in Book Club, a movie about a group of friends whose book club reads Fifty Shades of Grey. Life changes, apparently, ensue.
Twenty years ago today, Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler, and Diane Keaton first dropped into theaters on their malfunctioning window washer cart in order to seek revenge on their two-timing ex-husbands, the patriarchy, and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Diane Keaton, who cannot give a shit anymore, nor should she, is looking for a man.
I’m going to keep this brief because I don’t need a spike in my blood pressure early in the day, but TV Land order a pilot for an adaptation of First Wives Club—one of the most delightful and re-watchable of all 90s comedies—into a series with a new cast (why bother if Goldie, Bette, and Diane aren’t involved), a new…
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…