Diane Keaton Treated After Bumping Her Head On Set

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Paramount Pictures says Diane Keaton is "in good health and spirits" after falling and bumping her head on the set of her latest film.

Keaton sustained the injury Monday in New York, where she was filming the comedy "Morning Glory," co-starring Harrison Ford and Rachel McAdams.

Paramount publicist Rona Geller issued a statement, saying the 63-year-old Oscar-winning actress was taken to the hospital for precautionary tests. Keaton has "been cleared by doctors to return to work tomorrow."

Keaton won an Academy Award for 1977's "Annie Hall." She's been nominated three other times — for "Reds," ''Marvin's Room" and "Something's Gotta Give."

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