Nancy Meyers pays an enormous amount of attention to set design. She’s known to put together folders of inspiration shots months before production starts, and uses Pinterest along with design blogs for inspiration. Not only can the director create films we love, she’s designed some of the most desirable onscreen houses. Let’s take a look at some of her best movie kitchens.
The Intern set, starring Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway, is beyond Pinterest worthy. Nancy Meyers – the Oscar-nominated and award-winning filmmaker (It’s Complicated, Something’s Gotta Give) is behind the film.
The movie is centered on a Brooklyn-based fashion site founder (played by Hathaway) and her 70-year-old intern (played by De Niro).
The director teamed with Oscar-nominated production designer Kristi Zea on the sets, which were influenced by Meyers’ own Pinterest boards. A home in the nearby Clinton Hill neighborhood was used as the shooting location.
I am so excited for the new Nancy Meyers produced movie, which is written and directed by her daughter Hallie Mayers-Shyer. Not only are her movies fun to watch – the interiors are always filled with decorating inspiration.
Reese Witherspoon stars in the film, about a recently separated 40-year old who decides to move back to her hometown of LA with her two young daughters and ends up letting three young guys move into her guest house.