Today we are all Diane Keaton.
The director of photography for classics like The Godfather and Manhattan was a master of light and shadow. “I never thought of anything as being iconic,” he once said.
For the first time since Dylan Farrow’s February New York Times editorial that called out the actress, Diane Keaton has spoken out in support of Woody Allen.
THERE’S RULES, PEOPLE. You can’t just break ‘em whenever you feel like it.
We can’t all be Gunilla Garson Goldberg.
It’s not all bad. It’s just mostly bad. Note: Contains spoilers!
Matt Damon was “the garbage man who didn’t bring his glasses,” but these folks — especially the men — sure got the memo.
These camp classics are best viewed with the right audience. And a lot of booze.
Streisand and Streep and Moss! Oh my!
This plus a box of wine = perfection.
You don’t have to be a jilted ex to become a member of 1996’s hottest club. Take this quiz to find out which First Wives Club personality matches yours.
When Woody Allen likes an actor, he tends to use her over and over again — especially if they happen to be married. Here are 15 women who appeared in more than one of the prolific writer-director’s films.
These chicks basically start a business for divorcée revenge.
A bit of a TMI, but in her defense wine was involved.
With the Oscars quickly approaching, we felt it was an appropriate time to walk you through the original Annie Hall’s rules to looking your best for the red carpet.
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