The infamously un-sexy mainstream erotica book series Fifty Shades of Grey is a convenient pop-culture reference point so that the film's four women characters - adorable, recently widowed Diane (Diane Keaton), sex-obsessed entrepreneur Vivian (Jane Fonda), divorced, married-to-her-job Sharon (Candice Bergen), and sexually frustrated housewife Carol (Mary Steenburgen) - can bond and talk about their sex lives.More news: Senate Approves Gina Haspel To Be The Next Director Of The CIA
"Come on, there are some images that a father doesn't need in his mind", he said before pointing out that the face of this writer had gone "beet red", which was accurate. She meets a handsome, self-assured and wealthy pilot, Mitchell (Andy Garcia), who is very good to her. Keaton's nervous energy is well-buoyed by Garcia's serene charm and their scenes are the most wonderful to dream-watch. Book Club hits theaters on May 18.
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"I'm afraid to do it, because honestly, it gets too.it's the dirty word". "It's too much for me, its too exciting, c'mon".
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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'.