Keanu reeves dating somethings gotta give
And to sell a romantic comedy above all to a youth-obsessed public wanting to see the inevitable tight curves on the female lead's body and the rippled muscles on the male's, where instead there are none, is a gamble that would surely signal a train wreck by default. While the story may not be the most original of all -- serial dater finds the perfect woman as a headstrong woman close to his age but loses her to his dating habits, then realizes he really does care for her after all -- is really a variation of boy-meets girl, loses girl, regains girl: with the exception that this time around, the boy is Jack Nicholson, the girl is Diane Keaton, and neither are under 55.
To do a movie that has these two exceptionally mannered (but no less veteran) actors play parts that could have easily veered off into caricatures is a hard trick to pull off and thankfully the script (and their acting) is always on target to make us never forget these are real people and not their public persona.
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LOS ANGELES - Keanu Reeves is privately telling friends he was stunned when he discovered that Diane Keaton, with whom he has been linked romantically, "is like way older" than he is.
"When I read in the other day that she was fifty-nine," Reeves told one acquaintance, "I was like, 'whoa, dude, no way she's old enough to be my mother.' Being with somebody that old is like committing incest, only you're not related." Reeves and Keaton met three years ago on the set of in which they appeared with Jack Nicholson and Amanda Peet.
Reeves, 40, admits he was attracted to Keaton during their romantic encounters onscreen.
He didn't pursue his interest in Keaton until Nicholson had told him she was in her early thirties.
Meyers has written a witty, sophisticated screenplay that offers insights into any number of 'battle of the sexes' issues.
She has outrageous fun exploring the phenomenon of middle-aged men cavorting with women half their age.
Erica's life runs like a well-oiled machine, with each element both personal and professional - fitted neatly into place, with no room left over for spontaneity or passion.
One fateful day, Erica stumbles upon a strange man rummaging through her refrigerator, a 63 year-old professional bachelor named Harry Sanborn who, Erica discovers to her horror, is dating her 30 year-old daughter, Marin (Harry is, actually, a notorious bachelor, having been profiled as such in a number of tony New York magazines).