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“She really gives me tremendous energy working with her because like me,  inside, she’s pretty wild about fooling around. You can saying anything  to Diane. I’ve told other reporters because it just sticks in your  mind, but sometimes, her preparation, I’ll walk up to her and she’ll  look me in the eye and say, “You’re disgusting.” “What?” “You’re  disgusting.” And it makes you laugh. She’s a very original thinker, too,  as a person. We have a past relationship of affection and like one another very much.  So it makes that part of the day, the down hours, certainly that part  is very interesting. She’s nothing if not fascinating, and working with  her, she’s very unpredictable, which I like. She’s very disciplined  about it all. She approaches a script sort of like a play in that she  has the entire script memorized before you start doing the movie, which I  don’t know any other actors doing that. In fact, it’s almost a craft  axiom that it’s best if you learn it day by day and then forget it”.

-Jack Nicholson on working with Diane Keaton

cinemamonamour:

“She really gives me tremendous energy working with her because like me, inside, she’s pretty wild about fooling around. You can saying anything to Diane. I’ve told other reporters because it just sticks in your mind, but sometimes, her preparation, I’ll walk up to her and she’ll look me in the eye and say, “You’re disgusting.” “What?” “You’re disgusting.” And it makes you laugh. She’s a very original thinker, too, as a person. We have a past relationship of affection and like one another very much. So it makes that part of the day, the down hours, certainly that part is very interesting. She’s nothing if not fascinating, and working with her, she’s very unpredictable, which I like. She’s very disciplined about it all. She approaches a script sort of like a play in that she has the entire script memorized before you start doing the movie, which I don’t know any other actors doing that. In fact, it’s almost a craft axiom that it’s best if you learn it day by day and then forget it”.

-Jack Nicholson on working with Diane Keaton

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