Diane Keaton and Michael Douglas Filming RomCom in Connecticut

What do The Big Wedding, Everybody's Fine, Revolutionary Road, The Town, All Good Things, Hope Springs, Righteous Kill, and We Need to Talk About Kevin all have in common? They're among many of the movies filmed in Connecticut in recent years.

Adding to the list this year is Diane Keaton's and Michael Douglas's first collaboration together, the Rob Reiner romantic comedy And So It Goes.

The movie is about a self-involved real estate agent (Michael Douglas), who finds himself in charge of caring for the granddaughter he never knew existed, portrayed by the adorable Sterling Jerins. Diane Keaton plays the quirky, fun-loving neighbor who helps Douglas's character handle his new dilemma. By the way, if you think Sterling looks familiar, it's because she also starred in this summer's two blockbuster hits, the hugely popular horror flick The Conjuring and Brad Pitt's famous zombie film World War Z.

In addition to Diane Keaton, Michael Douglas, and Sterling Jerins, And So It Goes features actors Frankie Valli, Frances Ternhagen, Scott Shepherd and Sterling Jenis.

For weeks this summer, the production has been in Connecticut filming various scenes of the movie. Other film locations include California and Manchester, England.

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PHOTO CREDIT: Top photo features Diane Keaton, Michael Douglas and little Sterling Jerins, filming And So It Goes at Lake Compounce. Photo is from The Hartford Courant.