Hollywood actress Amanda Peet was terrified of stepping out of line while working with movie director Woody Allen on his latest movie MELINDA AND MELINDA, and turned to Diane Keaton for advice.

Allen is famously difficult to work with and Peet's co-star Chloe Sevigny found his uncommunicative nature tough to deal with on set.

But Peet had previously worked with Allen-muse Keaton on SOMETHING'S GOTTA GIVE in 2003, and used the veteran screen queen's experience of working with Allen in classics Annie Hall and MANHATTAN to ask about the notoriously shy funnyman.

Keaton's advice was: "Don't be difficult. Don't ask lots of questions. Be like Spencer Tracy, just step on your mark and say your line."

14/03/2005 17:22