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December 12, 2003 - Image 119

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-12-12

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Differences and 1991's Father of the
Bride, which he directed.
Along the way, the couple had two
daughters but didn't marry until
1995. "I wanted us to be filmmaking
partners without having that hus-
band-and-wife-team cliche hanging
over us, because in Hollywood, peo-
ple always asIume the wife isn't
responsible for the work," she said.
In 1998, Meyers made her directo-
rial debut with The Parent Trap, a
remake of the Disney classic about
twins who get their divorced parents
back together. Behind the scenes, the
opposite was happening for Meyer
and Shyer, the film's co-author. "The
relationship had changed to the point
where neither one of us thought we
could get it back where it was," she
said. They separated that year.
What Women Want (2000), her
first project without Shyer, reflected
those circumstances. The female
lead, played by Helen Hunt, is a
recently divorced advertising execu-
tive who reveals she had collaborated
with her husband and is nervous
about going it alone.
Despite Meyers' trepidations, the
movie became a box office smash and
made her the most sought-after
female director in Hollywood. It's
perhaps one reason Nicholson, who
had never worked with a woman
director, agreed to read Something's
Gotta Give around 2001.
"I hadn't worked for two years, I

didn't want to work, but this was the
kind of script I had never seen," said
Nicholson, who is himself perceived
as an aging playboy.
"One of the biggest misperceptions
about me is that I am not a roman-
tic, but I've always been deeply senti-
mental. And one of the most refresh-
ing things about this picture was get-
ting to do the kinds of things. on film
that I do in real life."
Meyers, for her part, shares attrib-
utes with the fictional Erica: Like
herself, the character is a successful
writer who calls her daughter
"Bubbie" and peppers her speech
with Yiddishisms.
While it's jarring to hear Keaton,
the WASP from Annie Hall, refer to
Diane Sawyer "going into caves in
Afghanistan with a shmatte on her
head," the actress was comfortable
with the role. "This film is Nancy's
celebration of older women, and I'm
thrilled she picked me as her repre-
sentative," Keaton said.
So, will viewers enjoy seeing such
a celebration on screen? Meyers
thinks .so. "Baby boomers want char-
acters who reflect their lives," she
said. "We're not dead yet. Just a bit
over 50." El

Something's Gotta Give, rated PG-
13, opens today in area theaters.

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