Diane Keaton used to feel intimidated by Robert De Niro.

The Oscar-winning actress stars alongside the Hollywood legend in new movie 'The Big Wedding' and while they are close now, she admits she was quite wary of him when they first worked together many years ago.

She said: ''Mr. Robert De Niro. My god. A legend and also a dear man. He's very kind. It's like, oh, he's so kind. Why is he so kind? And he's quiet. But he's a lovely man. I really like him. He loves his family. You don't think of him that way when you only know him from a distance. I did a movie with him called 'Marvin's Room' a long time ago, but he was a producer. I didn't really know him and he was intimidating to me. But things change.''

Diane, 66, also revealed how she likes to walk around Los Angeles as that's when gets to listen to new music.

She told America's Vanity Fair magazine: ''The kind of music I listen to is when I'm walking, because I walk all over the neighbourhoods of Los Angeles. How else am I going to see it? If I don't drive, I take the dog and I listen to something. Right now I love the new Frank Ocean CD, 'Channel Orange'. It's just amazing music. I also like the Jay-Z album with Kanye West. The last one - The Throne album. I just think that's so astonishingly beautiful, the way they orchestrate it. That's how I got to know who Frank Ocean was. Frank Ocean sang on one of the cuts. He [is] very orchestral in a weird way.''