Vanderbilt had no problem with dishing on relationships, including one with Errol Flynn, when he was 32 and she was 17. “There were things she was talking about and I was like, ‘Mom, I really don’t need to hear about your dating life,'” he said.
“Anderson’s turning 50 next summer, so he finally figured it was time to take the plunge,” a pal dished to Radar ” Meddling mom Vanderbilt, 92, wheedled her silver fox son to the altar.Living longer than 90 years insures a fair portion of woes, but Vanderbilt has endured more than her share — her father died before she could form memories of him, and another of her sons, Carter Cooper, committed suicide in 1988 when he was 23. But it also imparts an equal measure of joy and laughter.(Vanderbilt and Cooper's conversation continued after the filming stopped, which has turned into a newly released book, The Rainbow Comes and Goes: A Mother and Son on Life, Love, and Loss.) Nothing Left Unsaid premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January, and Buzz Feed News sat down with Cooper there, in Park City, Utah, to discuss his mother's life, and the making of the film.“Gloria knows she isn’t going to live forever; she dreamed of having one more big, happy occasion in their family’s lives before all is said and done,” explained the friend.“Anderson held up against her pressure — until now.” Cooper and Maisani have been together since 2009, and “Anderson debated whether marriage was something he wanted for himself,” shared one snitch.The buzz at CNN is that Cooper could use the opportunity of Griffin’s firing to bring his longtime buddy, Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” star Andy Cohen, into his NYE broadcast. The source said, “Anderson wants Andy to co-host with him.