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Diane Keaton on November Cover of More Magazine

Posted on Oct 22, 2009 at 3:32PM

Diane Keaton on the cover of More magazineDiane Keaton has a new film, a TV series and a memoir about herself and her mother in the works.  And, for the first time ever, she’s allowed her children to be photographed for a magazine – the November issue of More.  In fact, the subscriber cover features Keaton close-up with a background pulled from the pages of her kids’ journals.
There is just one area of life’s pool that gives this single mom pause: the danger zone of men.  Excerpts from the story, on newsstands October 27, follow:
About her sex appeal:  “I don’t think men even look at me anymore.  If anything could work in that area, it would probably be if I paid him.  Then I think we could work out an affable relationship.  ‘Remember, at eight we’re going to dinner.  Until then, you’re free, take care of yourself.’”  She grins; she’s joking, of course, though so seamlessly that she had you for a second.  “I’m totally for it!  I pay for everything else.”  She snorts at herself.  “I bet I’ll have a lot of suitors now, right?” 

About not having a man in her life:  “It’s a huge part of life that’s missing, yeah, but I don’t miss it.”…Keaton calls her independence “wonderful.  I’m free to do what I want to try to do.  I don’t have to worry that I’m not living up to some responsibility as a partner to somebody else.”
Diane Keaton in More magazineAbout the idea of couples falling in love later in life:   “Do you think they kiss?”  she squeals.  “They have sex?  That’s something I can’t imagine at all.  For me it was always, ‘Oh, no!’”  She mimes backing away, waggling her hands.  “And then I couldn’t help myself, because, just biologically, you can’t help but go toward it.  It’s too exciting.”  She shakes her head.  “Ugh!  I don’t want that excitement.  Too scary.  I see it as a danger zone.  Who would we become together?”
About being on the run:  “I don’t really relax much.  Like, I can’t go and nap, ever.  I’m not interested in relaxing until I hit the sack, and then it’s like [crash noise].  I wouldn’t know what to do with a week off.  Except for one little area, m-e-n, I’m excited, I’m ready to go, sign me up.”
About plastic surgery:  “There’s nothing wrong with [cosmetic procedures].  A gal’s gotta do what she’s gotta do.  I’m not going to say that I wouldn’t.  Sometimes now I have a different feeling about [aging].  But you can’t beat it; even if you do all that stuff, you’re still not going to beat it.”


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