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1 hr ago | MTV
Last week I drank a Diet Coke from Woody Allen's refrigerator. For some reason that feels like a more intimate act than me actually sitting down and chatting with him.
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5 hrs ago | Estes Park Trail-Gazette
In this Thursday, July 16, 2014 photo, Writer/Director Woody Allen and Soon-Yi Previn arrive at the premiere of "Magic In The Moonlight" in New York.
6 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor
Emma Stone and Colin Firth headline director Woody Allen 's new comedy "Magic in the Moonlight," which follows a stage magician, Stanley , who is determined to expose a psychic named Sophie whom he believes to be faking her powers.
10 hrs ago | This is Local London
Woody Allen has revealed he would like to work with great actors such as Al Pacino, Robert De Niro and Jack Nicholson - but said they are always busy.
By DAVE ITZKOFF PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The cafe here on Westminster Street that was the location for a future Woody Allen movie looked like an elaborate stage illusion, surrounded by large screens that focused light into the restaurant, while also concealing any action within from onlookers outside.
In Allen's world, sexual abuse charges don't have anything to do with poor attendance at his newest film Nothing can stop Woody Allen, according to Woody Allen.
WAY back in 1973 Woody Allen did a movie called Sleeper , from which comes this little scene above.
The Magic in the Moonlight filmmaker discussed his latest romantic comedy, the late Elaine Stritch, his desire to make a movie starring himself and Louis C.K., and more.
Do you remember that moment in Annie Hall when some bloke in line for a movie is pontificating about Marshall McLuhan's theories? Woody Allen squelches him by bringing on McLuhan, who tells the loud talker, "You know nothing of my work."
Woody Allen's wanly whimsical latest is a very minor entry in the prolific director's string of Europe-set films.
The witty, delicate romantic comedy about an indecisive young man and the three women in his life, written and directed by the renowned New Wave French filmmaker of "My Night at Maud's" and "Claire's Knee," opened in Europe in 1996 after premiering at the Cannes Film Festival.
A visit through George Whitman's Paris bookstore on the eve of Marilyn Monroe's death.
ELAINE STRITCH: She enjoyed success in films like Woody Allen's "September" in 1987 and "Small Time Crooks" in 2000, and on TV in shows like "Studio One" and British sitcom "Two's Company."
Some movie characters have a long afterlife, remembered way beyond their release dates, their names firmly attached to the actor who inhabited the role.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 03:29 pm
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