Diane Keaton Tried to Make Out With Jimmy Kimmel


Erectile humor is about as naughty as "Book Club" gets and about as imaginative.

On the red carpet at the Cinema Society's Tuesday night screening of Book Club, in which Johnson has a supporting role alongside Jane Fonda, Mary Steenburgen, Candice Bergen, and Diane Keaton, the father of five was not too keen on discussing the Fifty Shades franchise. Everything Sharon does is wonderfully relatable, from her one-liners about professional ice cream eating to her Bumble profile pic, an accidental selfie complete with green face mask and upside-down glasses.

Ellen, who has been married to actress Portia De Rossi since 2008, earned a huge laugh by saying: 'Well, it's not my cup of tea, you know'.

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Bergen, Ed Begley Jr., Mircea Monroe. Each one brings enough credibility and charisma to "Book Club" to render its weaknesses largely irrelevant. Seemingly and appropriately horrified, she answered, "No!"

Jimmy Kimmel has a lot of explaining to do to his wife after this brand-new video with Diane Keaton. In addition to this all-star cast of women, Craig T. Nelson is Carol's dutiful yet tuckered out spouse, and Andy Garcia is flawless as Diane's dashing paramour. His lack of sexual desire and sudden interest in his dusty motorcycle has him casually firing off one unwitting sexual innuendo after another ("slap some wax on that saddle") and enduring several Viagra mishaps in the hands of Carol. There is an appetite for the kinds of stories Book Club wants to tell - which is why Netflix's Grace and Frankie, which co-stars Fonda, is doing so well - and there's no reason why we can't have more comedies starring hot, confident, self-actualized 65-plus-year-old women exploring the "next chapter" of their lives, like the film's tagline boasts.