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In an intimate talk Wednesday at West Hollywood’s Pacific Design Center, director Nancy Meyers delved deeply into something she rarely talks about -- the luxurious residences featured in her movies and the avalanche of attention they’ve received. “It’s my thing. It’s something I like, though I think it overshadows the work a little bit sometimes,” said Meyers. Indeed, countless bloggers have swooned over Diane Keaton’s lustrous white kitchen in Something’s Gotta Give, which has been called the most copied kitchen of all time, while Meryl Streep’s sunny Spanish-style house in It’s Complicated set off a wave of interest in

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