19 Burst results for "Diane Keaton"
"diane keaton" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
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"diane keaton" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
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"diane keaton" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"On Disney. Plus you know what was fun about the Oscars for me last night was seeing Diane Keaton. Diane Diane. Keaton is just Chris Stein. Keaton is. He's been on the show seriously like probably fifteen times a lot of a lot of a lot. I feel like she's never them sober. This is our seventeen season. And she's been on at least fifteen th yes just is she. She is hilarious and she is uniquely herself and and that's so refreshing in fun to see someone come on our show who is just from their own little planet and is Leeann podcast. Mind God in heaven. What did she do on this appearance? Mary played burning question. Play burning questions that was really good and she historically very much does not wanNA play Games Games on why she's nervous very nervous and I think she just thinks it takes her sort of out of I don't know she genuinely things also genuinely thinks she's not interesting. She thinks she's boring. She doesn't understand why we keep booking. It's almost like you have to do something. And then when he does it he ends up right. Yeah Yeah unlike that anyway. Here's ellen playing burning questions rollet. When was the last last time you had too much wine last night? Okay okay yet. It seems like you're winning already. Finish this sentence saying Keaton is. She's troubled.
"diane keaton" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Yeah. It's a lot like that domino's Domino's roses domino's their soldiers took sometimes with Andy. You got to find a frame reference that he can do and then the marble falls in the basket and the basket knocks don't like you what's slipped in a lot of these. Was Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton guess. What did you did you see that? Oh yeah thought it was great and knowing what she went through and twenty sixteen. I know how we probably all felt the day after everything happened so to see her. Be Able to speak so eloquently about everything. That's gone on documentary. I can't recommend enough watched comes to Hulu and March and just forget. Get the election like forget the election for a second. What this woman started doing in college the way she spoke up the way she was like singularly focused on advancing women and women's rights is just? She's incredible but it also talks about the election and the misinformation Disinformation and all that. But even if like even if she has a part in this it doesn't really matter to me like the way people hate on her is indicated it on her since her husband was the president it. Yeah just defies reason. Just it's just visceral people just don't like her and she's had had to contend with that was Obamacare Hillary Clinton. When Bill Clinton became president in his first term was trying to write healthcare in this country and I mean people people just did not did not appreciate it and and I think she is a great relationship with Ellen? And here's a little bit of Ellen. And Hilary Clayton and having a chance. Laurie hi I l on the last time you were here. You are sitting here saying that win your elected you're GonNa let us do our show in the White House that's right. I did say though. Yeah Yeah we didn't get to do it and get to know we did not but there is a different different kinds of show going on there is there is a show going on. I'm sure you're watching out talk to whoever's next and see if we can't get that done all right the deal. Yeah Yeah I wanNA yeah exactly me because I would like to do the show in the White House. Yeah Yeah Yeah I would love to do it. This is an answering to keep more dancing more Dan more dancing in the world. That's what we need happiness and dancing This is a big week. You're here the president was just a trump was just acquitted by the Senate of his impeachment. And does that surprise you. Did you expect that well. I wasn't surprised because it's a it's hard to get sixty seven votes to convict and remove somebody but I was still disappointed. Pointed that not more of the Republicans were willing to take the stand that Mitt Romney took Mitt Romney.
"diane keaton" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Story of mine. There's nobody looked down. I I yes I did. What did you think I thought they were? Great I'm glad that parasite one almost all of the great i. I don't know if gal saw knives out this weekend. To people told me that I got to see it Yeah I felt like it should have been included in some of the Oscar nominations and but I'm really happy for parents when the people told you that you said you should see knives out. Did you offer to take selfies with them. Fans who told me to pokes. Did you see two popes. I watched that no good. I watch it on Friday watching stuff about the Catholic Church because I have raised Catholic and I have this sort of. It's really good. It's more of a human life. We're you know it's GonNa be about all the trouble looks better than I like the clips. I liked them but I thought I thought one of the most incredible movies I had ever seen was nineteen in seventeen. I have not have knocked my socks off shocked that it didn't get best director of World War One movie. It's it's a movie yes warm but it's more like a tale of these two guys journey. It's it's it's not like unbelievable. Yeah it's not like your standard war. Movie Denike Dunkirk or saving tourists. Who are Torah? It's basically two young men charged with delivering a message to the front line. And it's about following doing them to the front line and it's if you're saying you're sitting there in that room last night you know you're winning best director. You've got your speech ready you are. There's no chance you're not GonNa win and then you don't like it's just a lot of shots. Were the point of view. They built these giant Trent. Lott of it in one. Take Doc. That's cool. Yeah those videos take music videos remember. There was okay. Go okay go.
Diane Keaton hasn't had a date in 35 years
"Compared to Diane Keaton she would people magazine was like all in her dating business and Diane Keaton revealed she hasn't had a date in thirty five years thirty five find it hard to believe she's an attractive older woman an attractive woman for thirty five years he's cool as hell she explains she hasn't been asked out she said let's just get this straight that that one's important I haven't been on a date in thirty five years when asked if she wanted to be asked out she says I have a lot of male friends but no dates so not wow
"diane keaton" Discussed on SRSLY
"I'm trying to remember what the what the parents do in the parent trap. Another dad owns the vineyard. But wanted to say that the mom was in function. But am I just think he one hundred one as you know, I think she is. I was gonna say designer she's she's a designer of some kind. Yeah. But I think fashion is ringing abo-. Yeah. And then in it's complicated. There's obviously Meryl Streep's bakery. She could eat a goson so one of in it's complicated. Exactly. So she she loves these kind of creative jobs for women are very traditionally feminine. But also, I think these rose allow female protagonist to be incredibly neurotic, and I think all of have maybe it's confront this idea of being workaholic baby. Ms well is nothing is maybe right. They haven't. I haven't seen it. Diane keaton. I'm pretty sure that I see my as I think she may be directed didn't writer. I'd I'd have to check. But the main carrot says she sort of his own, whoa straight. And then she goes and starts making these homemade apple preserves makes makes his business of like making apple sauce. And yes, so you like Nancy Meyers is interested in this idea the domestic and of like what's of traditional women? Do they do have these crazily feminine jobs? But that just sorry. Of in their own heads, and kind of neurotic, the I think there's something very different about those characters. So highly strung, she must be confronting her own kind of idea of work hauling interesting in the Amanda character particular, isn't it 'cause she may be conforms most closely to that in this film that she's extremely highly strung she's convinced that she she's such a workaholic that she can never have a real relationship with anybody and the first proper date. She goes on with Graham, he's just asking. So what do you do for work and she kinda lies to him? And initially says, oh, you know, I I'm film editor. And then later reveals actually she is the film trailer editor person and she owns her business. And he's like why didn't you say that straight away? And she says, oh, well, you know, some men are intimidated by the the in business, and I have this great reputation. So so, yes, she's clearly like second guessing herself. The whole time. Yeah. It's interesting though, isn't it because these Nancy Meyers jobs often as you say these really high flying jobs that allow characters to be workaho, Alex. But that also symbol Tamie Asli jobs that allow them to take a lot of time awful. I don't actually have to see them working very much. So you've got these professed workaholic characters that we never actually see do any work or like in the holiday to be fair. We do see Amanda editing film. Trader we do see IRS working at the office in the telegraph? It's kind of like introduction to heed these characters are and then we move on..
Waiting For Hoffman
"Istar. As for cannon films. It was business as usual. The next Monday after the fallout with Hoffman, they took out two more welcome to the cannon family adds. One of them announced the signing of Diane Keaton for a movie called housekeeping, and the other welcomes Peter Boyle for citizen. Joe. This was going to be a sequel to the nineteen seventy acclaimed movie Joe, which he had also made for cannon films. Both of these movies by the way were also never made Elwin. Leonard would get an adaptation of one of his books made by canon in nineteen eighty six, fifty. Two pick up with ROY. Scheider was released that year. But more interesting and much more relevant here is that Leonard would take his experiences in dealing with Dustin Hoffman and channel them into a new book that would become a movie in nineteen ninety-five, Get Shorty in it. The character of egocentric actor. Martin we're played by Danny de Vito was based on Hoffman. Wall to Miraz did try again to get LeBron made in nineteen ninety five after the success of Get Shorty this time, trying an adaptation done by buck Henry, but it was to no avail looking back on his time trying to get it done in the nineteen eighties mirrors concluded that Dustin Hoffman was less interested in making a movie as he was in talking about making a movie. And despite there being many Elmore Leonard adaptations since nineteen eighty six, including out of sight, Jackie Brown and the Get Shorty sequel, be cool. There has still not been one for LeBron. And.
"diane keaton" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Pornography Is this part of? Us the force Perhaps No but I can give you a clue for a few points right for a cost of three. Points think of Steve. Jobs Mark, Zuckerberg Diane Keaton Zuckerberg and Diane Keaton. Together they have something lewke in, common Luke Does it have something to do with their? Attractiveness I don't know You think Mark something to do with their ability to? Do technical things Each of those three people has a Luke They handle Luke well for me to say Graphic. Is a loop kind of like a. Look so Luke is style for old people Old man's Zuckerberg Luke is a specific person's easily recognizable and highly. Consistent fashion style so Steve Jobs with the black mock turtlenecks plenty Mark Zuckerberg. With. The hoodies exactly Diane Keaton at any point in the nineteen seventies Six points. For. That somehow she got rid of the man's tie Yeah. That was such a consistent look that's true Murray totes jelly DOT, ES new word j. e. l. l. y.. Well the first. Part, means totally totes jumped off tell. Me jealous It, comes from, totally, and jealous, but it really means very envious in a playful, way but it's like tell it's jelly of. Steve Jobs nuke Francine I remember when my daughter was seeing, totes it was about two and a half years, ago Yeah, how did. You make her stop after I asked her, to translate icy she gave her an ugly Luke Ma'am toes. Yes okay here's your phrase Francine BT dubs spelled b e new word, t. e. new word d., UBS Does he have anything to do with beyond say Undoubtedly So does it have anything to do with an exclamation of? Approval Not really An exclamation. Of contempt I'm thinking of one And, it's not from oh no it's. BT, dubs but thank you for volunteering foam oh it's not. By, the way in, a very strange way. Oh by the way This bell is for Walter not. For, second place berry Nancy Shibo s. h. e. l. e. that is a portmanteau certainly has it's cheap and people who follow the, masses and they're just, people Yes it is it is those, who exhibit excessive passivity and a herd mentality. And actually. Dad might have heard this word because it dates back to the nineteen forties though it's only recently come into common, use all right Barry Anything can happen here ship s. h. as in I spent the, whole book shipping Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy s.. H. i.. P. So is ship an acronym Is it? Something invented by Macedonian teenagers Yes sure FedEx thing. Shipping but I spent the? Whole. Book would you like another example yes give a nother example fiddle DD? Why does everybody ship Ashley and Melanie but me Okay see? Them together Think that. It works makes sense see them see. Them. As a couple Wow What is the derivation of. Shit How do you smell that It is to desire specific individuals to enter into, a relationship romantic or otherwise often set of characters. In an ongoing fictional work and, if there are two individuals you can't bear to imagine with anyone other than each other than. To you? There the OTP what's that One. True pairing Well we just have time for one bonus round question which goes to the team that is behind so Francine Twenty three points and a chance to tie the game what is Hindu p. h. u. n. d. o.. Space p Hundreds hundreds one. Hundred hundred Disney is the hundred a dollar Walters guessing it's a dollar It's, one hundred. People it's not one hundred people it's, one hundred something. It's one hundred popes How many times you have. To stop when you. Take a long car P trip from ashville tonight I know all the rest Oh a hundred percent That game ended in a tie score of one hundred. And, I am sorry Four to one hundred zero four And that's all. We have time for this week, thanks so, much to, Kristen oaks, Morgan Howell Stephanie whites.
"diane keaton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And i i think i think i'm guilty of it as well in the movie i think diane keaton's character her children tend to look at her because her husband has passed on and tend to treat her as i'm trying to get too personal but my mom here but can to treat her a certain way and sometimes in doing that you protect them from living but i think the antidote to it is to just remember for all of us that you know when our kids are little you're like you can do anything try it you know try being on the sports team try playing a musical instrument try you know entering the science fair whatever it is and then you get a little bit older and people don't see it quite so much to you and then you get a little bit older and you don't even say to yourself anymore and so you start to realize on my gosh i'm closing doors i'm i'm i'm cooked i'm saying this is who i am with no news surprises and for me in my life my own personal life about in two thousand and seven i started writing music and is become a very important part of my life i'm doing the music now for an animated film this is a pretty amazing story to crazies yeah mistaken you were you went under anaesthetic.
"diane keaton" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"I think you referenced that in the last week or two i don't think i got it either time easter candy bar there was a movie called looking for mr good bar which i believe is a woman divorce say who's going to bars and bengal kleber maybe diane keaton diane keaton li i could barely hear you gentleman who lives downstairs them alive no no don knotts is dead and now who who played but but i will i will info you're getting closer though this was a sitcom guy on a sitcom seven and i will say this huge huge sitcom huge sitcom hell linden this person very very famous at the time for the show oh jay jay walker yeah well yeah he's good buddies with byron i figured i mean i kind of sumed after i saw both maybe that's why and maybe the only guy they're not dressed up in any way at all he was most recently in the news for i think dating and coulter zone what true that up i'm pretty sure that's right i don't remember where i heard that but i also heard wonderful why would you how could you date that sir jimmy's i've only had nice experiences with mr walker you open for them.
"diane keaton" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"Giving them i forget who were the leads in those like vanessa hudgens vanessa hudgens that's right julianne huff and yes it's like i don't want to watch musical about the worst generation laterally were like poisoned the world and we're like your we go spots i don't know that those resource were or the pink they seem to be alternative worst the worst hippies turned into the fuck exhaust hippies i'm just saying the freedom people the people the outsiders they turn into the fucking corporate lawyer this movie here do you like the skirt why can't i fully get on board with that it might be because you're right but at all can't do it no but i think it's just because i think of like my dad's a boomer and he agrees with me i think you're right there's a lot of zinc of like diane keaton yeah baby boom she baby babyboomer let's talk about heather's because that's youtube both wrote on that let's be clear you're responsible for the entire show took the helm it was everyone else was second in command just say i've seen a few of it in every episode gets better and better and better and better and it starts off fantastic thank you well i was going to say that the we are lake it's was like a dream is a dream job and obviously jason mcauliffe is the mastermind and he hired us but he was such a generous bossy let us like do the craziest ideas the craziest jokes he let us it was just a really a real pleasure but the show itself the first episode is essentially like here's what the movie would be like like updated to twenty eighteen of the same plot beats and stuff and i think a lot of people saw that and really.
"diane keaton" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"The peanut the cia accept this has not to a chocolate bar is is a an elementary school teacher who went out to bars at night to me guys so during the day in all like third grade teaching at night cruising the bars drinking heavily looking for love oh i got on have lovie i got it and there was a plot of a best book with diane keaton in fact i'll tell you a little side note about this movie diane keaton a few years before had been in the movie the godfather part one when noone knew the be apart two and the movie there is a godfather reference which was clearly an end side joke referring to that and um in this movie the diane keaton character you know would be out at night look in the me guys and then they showed scenes of are coming home and they were played serb piles of dirty dishes in our sink and one day she cubs inch he lifts the dirty dishes and there's all these roaches crawling out if she's been so busy going out trying to find a guy at bar she just keeps dumping dirty dish in the sink and never washington at center abide by girl ontarget target about that's the closest comparison i could fun she was out every fucking night of the week when i was a town that with me every fucking night of the week and when i left she go back to the bullpen for the usual one usual bullpen of god's and the usual group of bartenders and doorman and bouncers who all newer name and so well this is what she did she was out every night she flocked every body in town and again if i'm fucking yeah i don't care if you've been farc and everyone in town but don't you suddenly come to me and.
"diane keaton" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Diane keaton today on over there yeah was it appetito going after what he in the eye and unom what was at on she she was was she was defending her tarnat's natto saying mike sakya she diane keaton said i think everyone should watch this it's super complicated yeah because i i mean it's hard to even have this conversation nowadays because it's we're in such a weird place in society it is very fogged up that woody allen took nude pictures of his stepdaughter soon knee lagging it that so fought up and by the way he was fifty seven when that happened as usual nineteen he was fifty seven and married to mia farrow and then that started the divorce and i think what happened was i've i'm not mistaken i think society look past what he did with with soon me and i think that made me a ferro enraged that share that she was like hold on this was my daughter heat the he he was her stepfather and he factor and by the way it's to be shit after they moved in together whatever d senator college like a child she would college she would college in the collagen a comeback owen fox him in and go back to college and be like a kid it was really fucking weird but within the part me goes the only reason the accusations against dillon ferro came out was because of a custody battle and a divorce and it and it and that's what diane keaton was saying is like you need to watch his sixty minutes article because you know everyone's just i mean it was thought but i don't know i mean i don't know it when you listen to what downside your low announce how you like jahor.
"diane keaton" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show
"He's he's in every man in some regards while being part of the immigrant uh the situation that is the melting pot of america until the current administration and then it's uh apparently some sort of cleansing is happening uh sam you at a follow up question rank no sir oh interesting seems like you always had in the past i will coming up snake on regional record as i had sam our technical director do we do we talk lastly about either one of the following gun and that's up on you gave us here here are the option okay can talk about either your time in the following project who wore were the world's luca the green hornet working with diane keaton and pill a bill condon's told it is difficult choices now knife fight with legend rob lowe or news room with erin sorkin and lastly the snatch or just niche actually with the dwayne the rock whom hopefully our next president um it's a good question dilem doubt state of play i did oh interesting okay let's see let's see which one do i wanna talk amounts um altalaa gcc syria is a good question uh meet well read too many offences the us jets cheesecake factory menu juicy question i mean it will tell so come little stories from show the world more the world i was cut out of sure uh i had a scene with tom cruise in a bar before the war of the world begins basically he's a dockworker and he can nc shift like he worsened nightshift or something so ends it like no seven in the morning and we got drinking and then he at this bar forgets his kid and goes in russia's we have like a scene and then he rushes out and goes and meets his kid and the and his wife is like your laid you're always lately sure and and said that the movie goes from him at the docks and then like he's doing something and then he just goes right in his wife's like you're late because it you know i i like to think it wasn't a tear it wasn't cut because i was terrible but who knows it were uh a was cut because of your time.
"diane keaton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Humor i often find that peacemakers peacekeepers are so intense in the way it is so heavy that there's very little time for laughter i'd like to know how how comes you had this wonderful spirit of joy or or what had call healthy humor and could just playing a little bit how you got that it's like a owner who talked about it like a discussing humor is like dissecting of for all you can do it but the frog dyerberg process so i don't know i mean again it's about joy and but that my joy may be in you and your joy may be complete you want to have a light grasp on life you know and then in the end it's it's it's precisely those kinds of moments that teach you something real quickly i one of my favorite to recently was diane keaton showed up for lunch homegrown cafe the oscarwinning actress any hall and godfather movies and she's there with a regular guy who's there once a week and and her waitresses glendon glenda's a home girl been there done that tattooed felon parolee she doesn't know who diane keaton is and so she's taking your order and diane keaton says well what do you recommend and glenda rattles off the threeplustwo feels that she really likes and diane keaton says oil have that second one two t on sounds good and then it was suddenly at that moment that something dawns on glenda and she looks at diane keaton she goes wait a minute i i feel like i know you like like maybe we've met somewhere and diane keaton decides this sort of deflected humbly and say oh gosh i dunno i suppose i have one of those faces you know the people think they've seen before and then gleneagles no foul i know we were locked up together two.
"diane keaton" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Craigslist meant was about a guy who was preying on women in the singles bars along the rush street area in chicago did you ever see that will be as universe back page and a few of those others that are out there some people operate without fear there was a famous movie starring diane keaton i know a little bit about the actual reallife version of this story of it was called looking for missed a good bar there was a book written about it they turned it into a movie and it was about a guy who was preying on women in the singles buyers along the rush street area in chicago did you ever see that will be as you had a very big crush on diane keaton yeah that was diane keaton some somebody that it was like i didn't you have any fears that you this is like late and homosexuality on your part though diane keaton wisconsin she was sick could be boy like at her appearance i mean that whole eddie hall thing that she had going on was a little androgynous but no i i was i thought gee i thought she was attractive to ivy league units she did a lot of rolls in which she just had it appeal that was a little bit different than most of michealla chorley ottis wife in the godfather what was it k k saturday of the movie ya k anyway the movie looking for mr good bar was well people that were hooking up in single by singles via and she played a schoolteacher by day and a woman on the prowl by night and of course the movie which is based that a story in real life ended with her being murdered by one of the guys that she picked up the scenes for that movie was shot in a bar that ended up with a lot of different names that it was at the corner of division and i think it was it the state at that point it was called ps chicago and a bunch of names before it bunching ainsi four that there's a bank there now it's right and they in that it and that's where they i don't believe that's where it real life.
"diane keaton" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"At liana boris that's l i a n a b o r a s talking all things survivor big brother reality tv show in general speaking of big brother if you want to hear more from me and after almost two and a half hours me talking i don't know why you would want to but if you want you can find me doing big brother exit interviews this season of four parade i actually at the time recording this just posted an interview with the most recently a victim said house guests you can follow me at a might bloom type on twitter i'm also doing a bunch of other things that in the rob has a podcast atmosphere i just did a recap of the premier of the reboot a battle the network stars with kirk clark there was a lot of fun speaking of outdated podcast i previewed the amazing raise canada five podcast with jessica lease and diane keaton had a lot of interesting takes their that completely got invalidated as soon as the season starts speaking of reality tv for hap ops make sure you are subscribe to this feed overall which the international survivor coverage is a part of garad has a website dot com slash wrapups that's where you find in addition to what we've talked about coverage of the challenge but the bachelorettes all of the apprehension big brother life feed updates are going to be there as well there is so much rates up to check out over the course of the summer including survivor no it adaza this thing is going to keep going up the australian survivors season to cast has been released at believed that you know i'm covering for nick because he is away on his honeymoon please follow him on twitter at nick knight anza he has a great picture that you recently positive him on his african safari wearing a moto mogae buff.
"diane keaton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"He ooh thank you diane keaton from woody allen's marvellous film the whole as promised jimmy stewart with that with the help of the marjorie lay sings but it's it's jimmy stewart and and cope porter roach melody was hard to sing if you think of it easy love the guy at at at at that the done the blue took oh my god oh and it's given did james stewart actor here it is waged versions in seeking searches lorde sure do look grant redress news.