Jimmy Tisch Buys Hamptons Home Used in Nicholson & Keaton Movie for $41 Million

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Something’s Gotta Give

The Hamptons mansion which was used as a location for the 2003 Jack Nicholson Diane Keaton Movie Something’s Gotta Give has sold for $41 million to Loews CEO Jimmy Tisch.

Only the exteriors of the house and its beachfront areas were actually used in the film as the interior scenes were all filmed on sets created in a studio.

Located at 576 Meadow Lane in Southampton on a 1.91 acre plot of land just off the beach line, the home has 7 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms over 7, 773 square feet of space. There is a swimming pool and a three car attached garage.

The house was built in 2000 by Mediabistro.com founder Alan Meckler who bought the land in 1999 for $5.5 million.

The neighborhood is a summer getaway for the rich. Head of Appollo Global Management Leon Black has a home nearby at 766 Meadow Lane and Calvin Klein has one at 650 Meadow. Hotelier Ian Schrager also has a place there.

You might not remember Something’s Gotta Give because it bombed at the box office and only got a lukewarm response from the critics. To refresh your memory, Nicholson played an aging ladies’ man who comes to the Hamptons to meet the mother of his young girlfriend played by Amanda Peet. Nicholson proceeds to dump the younger girl in favor of her mother played by Keaton.

James S. Tisch, 61, is also a director of General Electric Company, CNA and Chairman of the Board of Diamond Offshore.

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