EXCLUSIVE: Diane Keaton and John Goodman Test the Limits of Sledding in 'Love the Coopers'
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'Tis the season to be jolly -- and terrified!
With the holidays approaching, it means that families are
going to start coming together. And we all know what happens when multiple
generations unite under one roof.
Of course, not all things go as planned as seen in the new
ensemble comedy, Love the Coopers, starring Diane Keaton, John Goodman, Alan Arkin, Ed Helms, Amanda Seyfried, Olivia Wilde, and Alex Borstein.
ETonline has an exclusive look at one such moment when Sam
and Charlotte (Goodman and Keaton) go sledding with their granddaughter. For
these two, the idea of racing down a mountainside doesn’t have the same appeal
as it does for others -- but it does mean laughs for fans.
When asked about what makes a good holiday film, Borstein joked
with ETonline that “there’s nothing like a Jew in a Christmas movie.”
But Borstein was ultimately drawn in by those sweet scenes tucked
into a broad comedy such as this. “I loved how delicate some of the moments
are,” she said. “I like that there’s comedy and sweetness to it, and I like the
dysfunction. I always like when we shine a light on how messed up everyone's
There will be plenty of dysfunction when the film hits
theaters on Nov. 13.