Keaton explained, “My life never included anything athletic. Dexter is a swimmer. Five in the morning, I take her swimming every day. Duke is a tennis player. I’ve become a sports oriented person. Never was I interested in anything like that at all.”
Watch more of our interview, and find out about Keaton’s new venture… reading her favorite book for Audible.com!
Even Hollywood's top names are feeling the harsh economic times. The bursting of the housing bubble has turned some A-listers from homeowners to landlords.
Check out these stars and their luxurious homes... that are for rent! (Courtesy of Forbes.com)
"Morning Glory" hits theaters today, and star Rachel McAdams is dishing on her co-stars and who had the most chemistry on set.
"Extra's" Mario Lopez told Rachel that it was fun to watch the chemistry between her and Harrison Ford.
Diane Keaton and Rachel McAdams had a little fun with "Extra's" own Mario Lopez when he interviewed them for their upcoming dramedy, "Morning Glory."
The film centers on a morning talk show in which co-anchors Keaton and Harrison Ford constantly butt heads. Keaton asked Mario, "Do you have banter like that?" He replied, "Well, I'm a solo host on my show, and so I would be talking to myself."
Actress Diane Keaton was injured on the set of her new movie -- and was rushed to the hospital!
Keaton was injured while filming a sumo wresting scene in NYC for "Morning Glory." A rep from the movie studio tells "Extra" that Diane is recuperating, and expected back at work tomorrow. "Diane Keaton is in good health and spirits following a fall on set of Morning Glory where she bumped her head. The actress was taken to a hospital for precautionary tests and has been cleared by doctors to return to work tomorrow."
"Morning Glory" is scheduled to hit theatres in July 2010.
Kobe Bryant is talking to "Extra" about everything -- from playing ball with President Barack Obama to retirement and "Dancing with the Stars"!
During the Presidential campaign, Kobe sent a pair of custom shoes to Barack Obama, but the athlete admits he'd be nervous to play hoops with the President. "It'd be cool to play a one-on-one game with him, but I'd rather play a two-on-two game and have him be on the same team. I don't want the CIA to throw me behind bars for blocking President Obama," Kobe jokes.
The Lakers superstar admits a Team France vs. Team USA might be more up his alley. Bryant says, "Make it a global game of two-on-two. Tony Parker and [Nicolas] Sarkozy versus me and President Obama."
The 30-year-old has played professional ball for over a decade and he says he doesn't get starstruck when superstars sit courtside. Kobe says, "It's a great feeling because you have so much respect for what they do. Just the other game." The b-baller looks up to Hollywood stars like Diane Keaton and admits, "I just think the world of her. I think she's one of the greatest actresses of all time." Kobe even told the Oscar winner how he felt during a game! Keaton was sitting next to the Lakers' bench and Bryant leaned over to tell her he was a big fan.
As for one of the most famous, diehard Lakers fans, Jack Nicholson, Kobe comments, "He is incredibly tough on the refs." Bryant says during a game versus the Utah Jazz he "saw 'The Shining' come out in him." He adds, "The eyebrows came up. He was on top of the refs from start to finish."
Jack Nicholson tells "Extra" Kobe "is one of the best actors in the NBA," but Bryant doesn't plan to go head-to-head with Nicholson at the box office. He might give acting a shot on a TV crime drama. The shooting guard tells "Extra" he would make an appearance on his favorite show, "CSI: Miami." He confesses, "I can't act for anything, so I can just be walking around in the background."
It doesn't look like Kobe will leave basketball for serious acting roles, but he does have plans for retirement. He says, "I really enjoy marketing and advertising. It's a passion of mine. Maybe I'll get into that." Just don't expect to see him on "Dancing with the Stars." Kobe prefers his high-tops over high kicks on the dance floor. He says, "They're not gassing me up. No, I'm not doing it."