Legendary “You’ve Got Mail” screenwriter Nora Ephron passed away a few years ago, but her legacy lives on, thanks to her collaborator Rob Reiner.

Reiner, who helmed Ephron’s “When Harry Met Sally,” is back with his latest directorial effort, “And So It Goes.”

This golden years-set romantic comedy, due out in July, stars Diane Keaton opposite Michael Douglas, who plays an incorrigible realtor who gets close to his neighbor (Keaton) after a rocky introduction.

The son of Douglas’s character leaves his daughter in his custody, leading the curmudgeonly old cad to soften a bit – and perhaps find love along the way.

Frances Sternhagen (“The Closer”) and Yaya Alafia (“Lee Daniels’ The Butler”) also star in the project, which seems very much in the vein of Keaton’s previous release, “Something’s Gotta Give.”

Watch the trailer for “And So It Goes” and weigh in on the comedy in the comments section below!

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