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Go Behind the Scenes of Beyoncé’s Toyota Commercials

Samir Hussein/WireImage(NEW YORK) — Last month Beyonce shot a Toyota commercial for the auto maker’s new campaign titled “Get Going.” Now, a behind-the-scenes video from the shoot has surfaced on Tuesday.

In the two-minute clip, posted on one of her Beyhive’s YouTube page, the singer films three spots as her latest single, “XO,” plays in the background.

“I feel like it’s a very emotional spot. It goes through my growth and my childhood and who I wanted to be and who I have become,” Beyonce says during an on-set interview.

The commercial was directed by Melina Matsoukas, who previously helmed Beyonce’s video “Pretty Hurts” and “Move Your Body.” She comments, “We all can relate to the idea of ‘get going’ and how we all need that motivation in our own lives.”

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Watch Emma Stone Make Andrew Garfield Eat His Words About What’s Feminine

Andreas Rentz/Getty Images for Sony Pictures(NEW YORK) — Emma Stone certainly keeps Andrew Garfield on his toes.

During a recent Q&A about their new film The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Stone challenged her real-life boyfriend when he called sewing “feminine.”

Asked by a child how Spider-Man got his costume, Garfield, 30, replied that he made it after taking sewing and needlepoint classes.

“It’s kind of a feminine thing to do,” he added, “but he really kind of made a very masculine costume.”

Stone, 25, piped up, asking, “It’s feminine, how?” — prompting Garfield to respond, “It’s amazing how you took that as an insult.”

However, he immediately began to backpedal, and even threw in a personal story about his family.

“I would say that femininity is about more delicacy and precision and detail work and craftsmanship — like my mother, she’s an amazing craftsman. She in fact made my first Spider-Man costume when I was three. So I use it as a compliment. To compliment the feminine not just in women but in men as well. We all have feminine in us, young men.”

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Robert De Niro Posts First Vine Video

Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images for DTFF(NEW YORK) — Robert De Niro may be a veteran actor with plenty of experience under his belt, but he apparently can still learn something new. Just this past week he recorded his first Vine video.

De Niro was playing around with Tribeca Film Festival judge Jerome Jarre’s cell phone when he discovered the app.

The video, captioned “ROBERT DE NIRO’S FIRST 6 SECOND FILM!,” shows the 70-year-old actor appearing puzzled as he looks into the camera lens and asks, “What happened to my iPhone?”

Jarre then appears in the frame and says, “What are you doing with my Vine? My Vine account?”

The video was most likely filmed during the Tribeca Film Festival, of which De Niro is a co-founder. The festival is currently running through April 27.

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Diane Keaton Says She’s Still Woody Allen’s Friend Amid Sex Abuse Allegation

Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Dylan Farrow, the adopted daughter of director Woody Allen and actress Mia Farrow, recently revived past accusations that Allen abused her as a child, but one person in Allen’s life will not waver in her friendship with him.

“I’m Woody’s friend and I’ve been Woody’s friend for 45 years and nothing’s going to change that,” Diane Keaton says in the May issue of More magazine.

Dylan Farrow detailed the alleged abuse in an open letter published in The New York Times. Allen has long denied the abuse claims and defended himself in his own open letter on the Times’ website, saying, “Of course, I did not molest Dylan.”

Keaton starred in eight Woody Allen movies, including 1972′s Play It Again, Sam, 1995′s Love and Death, 1977′s Annie Hall and Manhattan Murder Mystery in 1993. Allen reportedly wrote the title role of Annie Hall for Keaton. It earned her an Academy Award as best actress. Keaton and Allen were romantically involved for a time.

Keaton has also been linked to her other co-stars, including Warren Beatty and Al Pacino, but she has never married.

In her interview with More, Keaton, 68, says she could’ve walked down the aisle for the right man. “I told myself I wanted to [marry] but I didn’t really want a man that I could have…I wanted the dream.”

Keaton details her life, including her love affairs, in her new book, Let’s Just Say It Wasn’t Pretty, out April 29.

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Michael Imperioli Says It Would Be ‘Painful’ for Him to Watch James Gandolfini’s Final Films

Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic(NEW YORK) — Michael Imperioli is still coming to grips with the loss of his Sopranos co-star, James Gandolfini, who died last June in Italy of a heart attack at the age of 51.

ABC News Radio recently asked Imperioli whether he will reunite with his fellow Sopranos cast members to watch Gandolfini’s final movie, The Drop, once the drama is released in September. He said he currently has no plans to do so, and mentioned that he has yet to see Gandolfini’s most recent movie, Enough Said.

Imperioli admitted that it would be “a little painful” for him to watch one of Gandolfini’s final works. He said, “We miss him a lot, man. He was a good guy and he was a good friend.”

Imperioli is one of the stars of the new comedy The M Word, opening everywhere on May 2.

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