The trending "coastal grandma" aesthetic is all about creating a laid-back (but chic!) beachy vibe inspired by Nancy Meyers movies.
This Amazon Hub Is Full of Coastal Grandmother Decor to Help You Channel Your Inner Nancy Meyers Character
You know the scene: A woman sits on a cream-colored sofa, surrounded by gray knit blankets and sea-colored plush pillows, her pedicure in a sophisticated mauve pink as polished as the beige cashmere wrap cardigan and white turtleneck she's cocooned in while lounging under a lush glow of afternoon sun. Her hair frames her cheekbones just so, and she's wearing clear-framed glasses that she pulls over her head when her children finally pull up to the driveway for a weekend visit. Light fills her airy living room, where sea glass vases dot tabletops while hardcover books—volumes of them—line the walls from floor to ceiling.
Click here to read the full article. If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission. Nancy Meyers has long has long been known for her immaculate interiors and drool-worthy decor. Look no further than the all-white kitchen in “Something’s Gotta Give,” famous for being the most-copied kitchen ever. But this month has seen a renewed love for the acclaimed filmmaker and actor’s distinct aesthetic, thanks to one TikTok user @lexinicoleta who has dedicated her entire channel to breaking down’ what she defines as the “coastal grandmother look,” inspired...
If you love Nancy Meyers movies as much as we do, you're going to love this Father of the Bride-inspired wedding at the Costanoa Lodge in California. As a long time fan, bride Lindsey was inspired to weave the distinctive Nancy Meyers aesthetic into her wedding design with classic details and a dreamy fresh color palette with blue and white details.
Nancy Meyers, one of the greatest romantic comedy writers of all time, is writing, directing, and producing a new ensemble comedy for Netflix. The streamer announced the new film in a tweet on April 5, writing, "Over the last 40 years, Nancy Meyers has blessed movie lovers with iconic characters, quotes, and kitchens." So far there are no details on the plot, cast, or release date, but according to Deadline, it will be an ensemble comedy.
Click here to read the full article. Nancy Meyers is bringing her filmmaking talents (and her immaculate kitchens) to Netflix, where she’ll write, direct and produce a new feature film. News of the partnership comes after Meyers and Netflix teamed to release the short film “Father of the Bride Part 3 (ish),” which debuted on the streamer’s social channels in 2020. The special project brought together the cast of “Father of the Bride” and “Father of the Bride Part II” — Steve Martin, Diane Keaton, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Kieran Culkin, George Newbern and Martin Short — for the first time in 25...
After a long hiatus, Nancy Meyers — the filmmaker behind The Parent Trap, Something’s Gotta Give and Father of the Bride — is returning to the director’s chair. Meyers will write, direct and produce a feature film for Netflix. The comedy is not yet titled and the logline is being kept under wraps.More from The Hollywood ReporterPeacock Hires Netflix, Hulu Executives to Lead Marketing and ProgrammingNetflix's Head of Anime Says Half of Global Subscribers Watch Japanese Animation, Bullish on Growth (Exclusive)Netflix Backs Away From Will Smith Film 'Fast and Loose' (Exclusive) The Meyers canon also includes The Holiday, It’s Complicated and What Women Want....
Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Nancy Meyers has made a deal to write, direct and produce a new film for Netflix. No title or logline, but sources describe it as an ensemble comedy, which is right in her wheelhouse. Meyers, whose directing and writing credits include The Parent Trap, Something’s Gotta Give, The Holiday, It’s Complicated, What Women Want, and writing/producing Father of the Bride and its sequel. She last wrote, directed and produced the 2015 Anne Hathaway-Robert De Niro starrer The Intern. Deal comes after Meyers and Netflix partnered in 2020 to release Father of the Bride Part 3...
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE
Today it has been announced that Academy Award nominee and prolific romantic-comedy filmmaker Nancy Meyers has signed on to write, direct, and produce a brand-new feature film for the streaming platform Netflix. According to Deadline’s reporting, the currently untitled film will be an ensemble comedy. This film will actually...
The queen of romcoms is slated to produce, write and direct an as-yet-untitled ensemble comedy for Netflix, Deadline reported. No further details about the film are yet known. It will be Meyers’ second project for the streamer. In 2020, she reunited the casts of her films Father of the Bride and Father of the Bride Part II along with stars like Robert De Niro, Florence Pugh and Ben Platt for the short Father of the Bride Part 3 (ish) on Netflix to benefit the World Central Kitchen in the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.