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How to make a House in the Movies, Into a Home

Cindy Kelly Uncategorized Leave a Comment

Fans of writer-director-producer Nancy Meyers’ movie interiors love to reel off their favorite rooms in her films. For many, it’s the kitchen in Diane Keaton’s casually perfect Hamptons beach house in 2003’s Something’s Gotta Give. Others drool over the California Mediterranean open-plan kitchen in 2009’s It’s Complicated, in which Meryl Streep cooked a croque-monsieur for love interest Steve Martin. And there are those who never tire of the fairy-tale interiors of 2006’s The Holiday, starring Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet.

Meyers’ latest comedy, The Intern, opening Friday, September 25, and starring Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway, also has plenty of eye candy for interior design buffs. Houzz got an early look at the film, set in Brooklyn, New York, and spoke with Meyers about how she creates homes for her characters. Stroll with us through the movie’s sets and learn too what one of her stars and her production designer have said about the film.

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