At last, a true Halloween story.

We take our favorite movie stars seriously, so when we found this excerpt from Diana Keaton’s new book, we had to share.
"As in the play, we became friends. I was a good audience. I laughed in between the jokes. I think he liked that, even though he would always remind me I wouldn’t know a joke if it hit me in the face. He took me to see Ingmar Bergman’s Persona and Luis Buñuel’s The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie. On Madison Avenue we looked in the windows of Serge Sabarsky’s gallery of German Expressionist paintings. We walked to the Museum of Modern Art and saw the Diane Arbus exhibition curated by John Szarkowski. Woody got used to me. He couldn’t help himself; he loved neurotic girls.”

We take our favorite movie stars seriously, so when we found this excerpt from Diana Keaton’s new book, we had to share.

"As in the play, we became friends. I was a good audience. I laughed in between the jokes. I think he liked that, even though he would always remind me I wouldn’t know a joke if it hit me in the face. He took me to see Ingmar Bergman’s Persona and Luis Buñuel’s The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie. On Madison Avenue we looked in the windows of Serge Sabarsky’s gallery of German Expressionist paintings. We walked to the Museum of Modern Art and saw the Diane Arbus exhibition curated by John Szarkowski. Woody got used to me. He couldn’t help himself; he loved neurotic girls.”

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"If you can’t get a man to propose to you, you might as well be dead." —Edith ‘Little Edie’ Bouvier Beale 

"If you can’t get a man to propose to you, you might as well be dead." —Edith ‘Little Edie’ Bouvier Beale