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Nancy Meyers rom-com not moving forward at Netflix: report
Hollywood Reporter.The company gave her a cap of $130 million, according to the report, but the filmmaker requested $150 million.The flick had Scarlett Johansson, Penélope Cruz, Michael Fassbender and Owen Wilson in talks to star.The name was allegedly titled “Paris Paramount” and Meyers was set to write, direct and produce the feature.The project was announced last year and the plot would have chronicled a young writer-director who falls head over heels for a movie producer.The Post reached out to Meyers for comment.The synopsis is semi-autobiographical for Meyers, as she was married to director Charles Shyer for almost two decades.The duo worked on a few iconic comedies over the years such as “Private Benjamin,” “Baby Boom” and “Father of the Bride.”The movie would have been Meyer’s first flick since the 2015 Anne Hathaway rom-com “The Intern.”In December 2022, Meyers responded to rumors about a sequel to her much-loved 2006 film, “The Holiday.”But she shot down any chatter about a second installment on social media at the time, saying: “So many DM’s about this — sorry but it’s not true.” It was reported previously that the possible sequel had returning stars Cameron Diaz, Jude Law, Kate Winslet and Jack Black on board, with production beginning earlier this year.The “Titanic” star, 47, also separately denied that there was a sequel for “The Holiday” in place.“I read something about that, but it’s the first I’ve heard of it,” Winslet told People at the time. “I promise you not an agent or a representative or anyone from the first one around has had any conversation with me about that.
Diane Keaton shares makeout montage of ‘all the men who were paid to kiss me'
Diane Keaton shared a montage of kissing scenes from some of her best movies on Tuesday, with a tongue-in-cheek caption that read: "HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY TO ALL THE MEN WHO WERE PAID TO KISS ME."  The 77-year-old, who has said she hasn’t dated in more than a decade, included clips of her locking lips with stars like Jack Nicholson, Keanu Reeves, Andy Garcia, Sam Shepard and Michael Douglas with Outcast's song "Happy Valentine's Day" in the background.  The "Book Club" actress' Instagram post prompted a torrent of celebrity reaction with Melanie Griffith leaving four heart emojis and Jennifer Grey telling her to "GET IT!"  Nancy Meyers, who directed "Something’s Gotta Give" in which Keaton kissed both Nicholson and Reeves, wrote, "Hilarious but as someone who was around for a few of those - those guys always wanted one more take."           View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by Diane Keaton (@diane_keaton) In a recent interview promoting her new romantic comedy "Maybe I Do," Keaton told Extra she hadn’t been on a date in about 15 years. "They probably just thought, 'Enough's enough … she's too weird.' I'm kind of odd, but I'm doing fine." She added, "Someday, someone will marry me," and joked it could be one of the men at the press day for the movie.  The "Father of the Bride" star previously said it had been longer since she’d ventured into dating, telling InStyle in 2019, "I have a lot of male friends. I have a lot of friends, but no dates.
Diane Keaton Shares PDA Montage of All the Actors ‘Paid to Kiss’ Her For Valentine’s Day
Diane Keaton is celebrating Valentine's Day with a steamy make-out video.Specifically, she posted an epic montage from different films throughout her impressive career showing her making out with a slew of different male co-stars.«HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY TO ALL THE MEN WHO WERE PAID TO KISS ME,» Keaton captioned the montage, which included passionate kissing scenes with the likes of Keanu Reeves, Michael Douglas, Jack Nicholson and others.A post shared by Diane Keaton (@diane_keaton)Filmmaker Nancy Meyers — who directed Keaton in, and has worked on four films starring Keaton in total — commented on the post, calling it «hilarious.»«But as someone who was around for a few of those — those guys always wanted one more take,» Meyers joked.In August, Keaton spoke with ET about her memories of her early career and recalled one particular male co-star whom she managed to get cast in one of his biggest-ever roles.Speaking with ET's Nischelle Turner, Keaton recalled how she inadvertently got Al Pacino his job on .«I auditioned for  having never read it and I knew nothing about it, and just was there, I was standing there like every other woman,» she remembered. " I didn't know what the hell I was there for. And they cast me in that role!«While she had been cast, the producers and filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola were still looking for the right actor to play Michael Corleone, the reluctant heir to the Corleone crime family and beating heart of the entire movie.»Nobody wanted Al Pacino.