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Topic - Diane Keaton
When Diane Keaton learned she would receive the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award, the 66-year-old actress immediately began panicking about her speech.
Diane Keaton would know: Going out with Woody Allen was like being in a Woody Allen movie, she writes in an upcoming memoir.
She would know: Going out with Woody Allen was like being in a Woody Allen movie, Diane Keaton writes in an upcoming memoir.
"Bewitched" (2005), a big-screen version of the 1960s sitcom which she directed, wrote and produced, seemed like a gimmicky strain.
I had him pegged as a cross between a 'White Thing' and the cockroach you couldn't kill," Miss Keaton, 65, wrote in "Then Again," which comes out next month and is excerpted in the November issue of Vogue, arriving at newsstands Tuesday.