Diane Keaton Back in Business With HBO -- Even After the Network Pulled the Plug on Her Comedy That Was Reportedly to Be Based on Deadline's Nikki Finke Deadline
Diane Keaton has signed a new talent holding deal with HBO, following the pay-cable network's decision not to go forward with "Tilda," a dark comedy that would have starred Keaton, reports Deadline.com.
HBO has writers developing projects for the actress, the piece notes. It had previously signed Keaton in a talent deal a few years ago, the story says.
As previously reported, HBO passed on "Tilda," about a writer said to be based on Deadline.com entertainment blogger Nikki Finke, noting that "ultimately this was not the right show for us at this time."