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Photographer Norman Seeff Unveils Images of Diane Keaton, Cher & More for the First Time at Public Auction
Originally posted 10/08/2013 04:00PM
Two years before Diane Keaton charmed audiences in Annie Hall, she posed for photographer Norman Seeff.
But Seeff says Keaton's off-camera persona matched up with what she portrayed on-screen.
"You know when you see Diane in a movie and there’s this kind of personality, this bright-eyed innocence? When I worked with her, there was this same feeling, but underneath the innocence was such a smart woman. She had the wonderful ability to just be herself. She flowed from one thing to the other, so I just kept pace with her. It was a jewel of a session," he told Vanity Fair of photographing the actress.
Originally posted 09/12/2013 08:45AM
Diane Keaton has a look like no one else's, and it somehow never gets old.
"I like fashion because it's kind of playtime," says the 67-year-old Annie Hall Oscar winner. "I don't think about it a lot – I'll just go in there and try something. I like picking and choosing. It's the editor in me."
Some things that make her cut:
Originally posted 05/10/2013 03:10PM
The Great Gatsby has the glitz and The Big Wedding a banquet hall full of stars, but only one film has PEOPLE's critic jazzed.
Here's what to see, what to skip and what to seek out this weekend at the movies.
Originally posted 12/10/2012 06:00AM
Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro were on hand to celebrate their film Silver Linings Playbook at the Weinstein Company's special event at the Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood on Friday.
At the candle-lit dinner party, De Niro enjoyed a Purity Vodka martini, while Cooper posed for photos with Zoe Saldana. De Niro spent part of the night talking with Mel Gibson and Jane Fonda, who were also in attendance.
Originally posted 12/07/2012 06:45AM
Mindy Kaling is one confident lady!
The poised star of The Mindy Project looked pretty in pink on Wednesday as she stood in front a huge room full of people and admitted, "I love praise."
Conducting the opening statements at The Hollywood Reporter's annual Women in Entertainment breakfast, which honored Diane Keaton, Kaling said praising the Academy Award-winning actress "is enjoyable because she is so self-deprecating. She literally invented the art of gracefully deflecting praise. I could learn something from her."
Originally posted 04/27/2012 04:00PM
That's one way to get your message across!
While promoting new film Darling Companion, in which she and Kevin Kline play a longtime married couple who takes in a rescue dog, Diane Keaton brought out a pup looking for a home of its own Thursday during an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
After Leno held up the cover of AARP magazine, on which the actress poses alongside her rescue dog Emmy, Keaton rushed offstage and soon returned bearing a puppy named Clover in her arms.
Originally posted 04/27/2012 11:30AM
When Hollywood descends on Washington for the White House Correspondents' Dinner, stars like George Clooney and Charlize Theron will have plenty to chew over as host Jimmy Kimmel roasts the room.
The White House Correspondent's Association has selected three courses prepared by the executive chef of the Washington Hilton, Andre Coté, and here's a look at the menu, courtesy of POLITICO.
Originally posted 03/26/2012 05:30PM
Diane Keaton isn't nixing the idea of getting work done at some point.
The Oscar winner, 66, says she hasn't had any plastic surgery yet, but based on other things she's sworn off in her life, it could eventually happen.
"Never say never," Keaton tells AARP magazine for its April/May issue.
"Because when you do, you are definitely going to go there."
Originally posted 05/27/2010 11:00AM
As an actress, Rachel McAdams has done the morning news shows more than once. Now, she gets a chance to produce one – in her upcoming film with Harrison Ford, Diane Keaton and Patrick Wilson.
In Morning Glory, whose first trailer is just out, McAdams makes a desperate attempt to revive a morning show's flagging fortunes by convincing Ford, a veteran newsman, to come out of retirement and join the on-air team. But Ford is a loose cannon, to put it mildly, and things are going to get worse before they get better.
The movie is due in theaters in November.
Originally posted 10/20/2009 01:40PM
Diane Keaton has bared all onscreen – both emotionally and physically – and now the actress is revealing something even more personal: pictures of her kids.
For the first time ever, the actress, 63, has allowed photographs of her two children – daughter Dexter, 13, and son Duke, 8 – to be published, in the November issue of More, on stands Oct. 27.
"I'm free to do what I want to try to do," she says of having a successful career and raising her family without a man. "I don't have to worry that I'm not living up to some responsibility as a partner to somebody else."
Keaton's next film, Morning Glory, comes out next year and costars Harrison Ford.
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