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Kirk and Anne Douglas reflect on 60-year romance

FILE - In this Dec. 5, 1960 file photo, actor Kirk Douglas and his wife Anne Douglas, formally Anne Buydens, arrive at London Airport from Paris to attend the premiere of his film, "Spartacus," in London. The “Spartacus” star, who just turned 98-years-old, has 87 films to his name, 11 books, and is one of the last living members of old Hollywood. His new poetry collection “Life Could Be Verse: Reflections on Love, Loss, and What Really Matters," in some ways, is his most personal work, featuring poems from throughout his life along with essays and private family photos that help paint a picture of him as a man, a father, and a husband. (AP Photo, File)

Kirk Douglas is done with writing.

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Love makes the movie world go ’round

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What would the movies do without romance? More than 90 percent of full-length movies revolve around a romantic main plot and conflict—or, at the very least, a key subplot. So, what are some of the most memorable romantic movies ever made?

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Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton find love in the afternoon

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DOUGLAS AND KEATON. “Kilig”-inducing romance isn’t just for the young.

If you want a good laugh and a good cry, you can’t go wrong with Rob Reiner’s “And So It Goes” (showing exclusively at Ayala cinemas), starring Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton. Set in a picturesque apartment complex by the lake in Fairfield, Connecticut, the film follows two sexagenarians, self-contained realtor Orin Little (Douglas) and lonely lounge singer Leah (Keaton), brought together by a 6-year-old girl, Sarah (the adorable Sterling Jerins).

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Kris Aquino admits hurt feelings anew in interview with ex-flame Herbert Bautista

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Have ex-lovers Kris Aquino and Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista moved on?

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Alex Gonzaga in no rush for next romance

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ALEX Gonzaga likes a guy who’s already taken, so her heart is closed to suitors now.

Actress-TV host Alex Gonzaga feels she became more mature and responsible during her 49-day stay inside the “Big Brother” House.

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