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          When I finally come face to face with Keaton, I am rudely, breathlessly excited about the sighting. The only person more impressed by the absolute awesomeness of seeing Murray outside of his natural habitat? Diane Keaton herself. “That’s simply not possible,” she says, her eyes locked on mine, the adorable hysteria of her beloved characters in films such as The First Wives Club and Something’s Gotta Give creeping into her intonation. But when I note the irony of Keaton—who happens to be wearing a belted, checked blazer and complementary gingham nail stickers (yes, stickers)—geeking out over her idol while I’m resisting every urge to leap into her arms, she laughs: “Let’s blow this place and go find Billy Murray,” she suggests. Ohmygodohmygodohmygod. Let’s.

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          The bright side to the weather-walloping that Pittsburgh has taken this winter: It’s going to make for one heck of a holiday movie.

          The frigid, snow-covered city serves as the idyllic Christmas Eve setting for Love the Coopers, still shooting on location, but heading to theaters Nov. 13.

          The dramatic comedy was originally titled Let it Snow, and Mother Nature definitely heard that plea.

          “We do snow dances instead of rain dances on set,” says director Jessie Nelson (I Am Sam), who began shooting on location in late January. Since then, the city has seen near-record low temperatures and more than three feet of snow. “It’s cold but beautiful. We are so lucky with the weather, it’s just been a winter wonderland.”

          Nelson says the title change to Love the Coopers, which is how the featured family signs their Christmas cards, was needed to give the movie a more year-round viewing appeal.

          But it takes place around an emotionally packed Christmas Eve dinner for the sprawling ensemble cast. John Goodman and Diane Keaton portray the hosts, Charlotte and Sam Cooper, a couple married for 40 years with many family branches.

          “It’s one day in everyone’s lives,” says Nelson. “We pick each one up in the morning and we follow them until they get to the dinner at 5 p.m., and then we show what happens when they all collide at the house.”

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          New photos in the Delightful Diane Keaton Gallery from the Ninth Annual Women Of Worth Awards (thanks to Claudia) for the photos.)


          Delightful Diane Keaton Gallery > Events > 2014 > 12-02: NINTH ANNUAL WOMEN OF WORTH AWARDS

          Focus World has plunked down roughly $1.5 million for domestic rights to Ruth & Alex, an adult-skewing dramedy starring Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton that made its world premiere earlier this month at the Toronto Film Festival.

          Like Radius-TWC, Focus World has a mandate from its parent company, Focus Features, to pursue alternative distribution models, such as day-and-date VOD releases.

          Ruth & Alex, based on the book Heroic Measures by Jill Ciment and taking place over the course of a weekend, tells the story of a couple grappling with whether to sell their Brooklyn walk-up after 40 years, all the while having to contend with open-house guests, their pushy realtor niece (Cynthia Nixon) and the health of their beloved dog.

          Richard Loncraine directed from an adapted script by Charlie Peters.

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          Last year Mike Arms, president of Helen Woodward Animal Center, came up with an idea to help thousands of cats and dogs around the country. The resulting event, Remember Me Thursday, garnered lots of support from celebrities in movies, television, the stage, sports, and among many animal advocates.

          This year, Remember Me Thursday (set for September 25) has drawn an impressive roster of celebrities to help homeless animals find their forever homes. Headlining the event is actress Katherine Heigl, a major advocate for homeless dogs. She will soon be starring in the NBC drama series State of Affairs this fall.

          “Every day in America, 10,000 pets are killed for lack of a good home,” she said. “It is important to not forget those animals who have been euthanized in our shelters across America and to focus on those still waiting for a home. Remember Me Thursday is our opportunity to bring to light these homeless pets and I am honored to be the spokesperson for such an important and powerful message.”

          Heigl will be joined by Alan Cumming, Diane Keaton, Kristin Chenoweth, Kathy Najimy, Kristin Bauer van Straten, Eric Roberts, Ian Somerhalder, Sara Rue, Beth Stern, and Carrie Ann Inaba. In the world of sports, Anze Kopitar, David Backes, Jeff Carter, and Mark Buehrle and animal behaviorists Jackson Galaxy and Tamar Geller will all come together to light candles and lend their voices to raise awareness on cat and dog adoption.

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          New photos in the Delightful Diane Keaton Gallery from the Ruth & Alex Premiere at TIFF – thanks to Adoring Sandra Bullock for the HQ additions.


          Delightful Diane Keaton Gallery > Events > 2014 > 09-05: RUTH & ALEX PREMIERE – ARRIVALS – 2014 TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

          I’ve updated the Delightful Diane Keaton Gallery with 2 stills from “Ruth and Alex”.


          Delightful Diane Keaton Gallery > Movies > Ruth and Alex > Stills

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