Interviews: Maybe I Do stars Diane Keaton, Emma Roberts, and Luke Bracey on their new romantic comedy

We interview Emma Roberts, Luke Bracey, and Diane Keaton about their new romantic comedy, Maybe I Do.

Last Updated on February 8, 2023

With Valentine’s Day just weeks away, many new romantic movies will premiere. One in particular that is worth noting is Maybe I Do. Written and directed by Michael Jacobs, a veteran of sitcoms like My Two Dads and Dinosaurs, Maybe I Do follows the story of Michelle and Allen. These two young people begin to question where their relationship will go next. They decide to invite their parents together for a family dinner. Little do they know, but all of their parents are involved in extramarital affairs with each other. It is a zany throwback to a romantic comedy and one that should appeal to all ages. Plus, it also stars Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon, and Willam H. Macy, which makes this one hell of a cast.

I got to chat about the new film with three stars, including Emma Roberts, Luke Bracey, and Diane Keaton. Emma talked about the daunting experience of working with many legendary actors and the challenges of some of the great dialogue in this script. Luke discussed playing opposite Emma and how much fun it was to make this movie. Diane Keaton, a living legend, talked about reuniting with many of these actors she has worked with before and the enjoyable nature of being in a project like this, even at her age. Check out the full interviews in the embed above.

Maybe I Do premieres on January 27th. The film has the following synopsis: With their relationship at a crossroads, Michelle and Allen invite their parents to finally meet. As it turns out, their parents already know each other, maybe a little too well.


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