Actor Michael Douglas poses at the UNICEF Ball fundraising gala in Beverly Hills, California in this file photo taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Files
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Michael Douglas is more accustomed to playing dashing leading men and corporate types, so he took a deep breath when offered the role of an ornery widower with a second chance for love in the romantic comedy "And So It Goes".Douglas also stars opposite Diane Keaton for the first time in his career.For Keaton, 68, the film was an opportunity to work with Douglas and Reiner, who dons a toupee to play a pianist in the film, and the chance to sing.For Douglas, it was simply about love.
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