Published: Fri, May 18, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

In 'Book Club,' Women, Wine and the Pursuit of More

In 'Book Club,' Women, Wine and the Pursuit of More

Keaton proceeded to explain the scene, adding that it's "an extremely fun moment" for her. But Diane's dynamic with her two overprotective daughters (Alicia Silverstone and Katie Aselton), who want to move their aging mama to their basement like the helpless senio they seem to think she is, dampens her subplot into something silly, especially when the two worlds collide.

Diane, 72, told the chat-show hostess that 'I'm afraid to do it, ' owing to the raunchiness of the material.

'It's too much for me, ' the Annie Hall Oscar victor iterated. Now, Don Johnson is in a film about four women who read the famous E.L. James books in their book club.

The first A-list performer for the royal wedding has been confirmed
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle certainly will, with a guest list that reads like a who's who of the global A-list. I loved her because she did so much for Aids and she was a great friend to me. "She would be proud of her boys".

Turning the tables, the The Godfather actress asked if Ellen had seen the Fifty Shades films, inquiring: 'And what was your opinion, sexually?'

Diane Keaton is a Hollywood icon now starring in "Book Club" with three other Hollywood legends- Jane Fonda, Mary Steenburgen and Candice Bergen. I did not see the movie. "I'm going to do it with you right now", Keaton says before setting the scenario. Steenburgen. "Book Club." Sure, "Avengers: Infinity War" came out a few weeks ago, but now this is the greatest crossover event in history. Her job as a judge has left little time for romance, though watching her son get engaged and her ex-husband Tom (Ed Begley, Jr.) canoodle with a much-younger fiancée has made Sharon more interested in finding a new mate. "Unlike you, you were stiff". And it's on the house.

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