Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 36 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. Show More Summary
So, Boehner is asking Netanyahu to speak before Congress on Iran, which is sort of like Woody Allen pulling out Marshall McLuhan from behind a wall in Annie Hall. House Speaker John Boehner announced Wednesday he is inviting Israeli Prime...
"Appropriate Behavior" is a kind of Iranian American-bisexual "Annie Hall" crossed with an episode or two of HBO's "Girls." And, as the feature writing-directing-acting debut of the delightfully deadpan and strikingly pretty Desiree Akhavan, that's mostly a good thing. One just wishes this...
When Diane Keaton became Annie Hall back in 1977, she inspired a generation of women to dress in her image: high-waisted pants, blouses, neckties, and bowler hats. It's a look she's held onto ever since — rotating in many a white turtleneck and starched dress-shirt over the years. She's stayed loyal to suits... More »
Comedian Chris Rock wrote, produced, directed and starred in Top Five, about a successful comedic actor who makes a stab at a serious acting career after his reality-star fiancee talks him into a very unserious show about their wedding. Show More Summary
Woody Allen's good looks are "Sweet and Lowdown."Here's a 42-year-old version of the "Annie Hall" mastermind at a Studio 54 party back in 1977 (left) and 37 years later... the "Midnight in Paris" writer -- who celebrated his 79th birthday last…
It's time for black cinema to have its Annie Hall moment.
ABC's new romantic comedy Manhattan Love Story is reminiscent of one of Woody Allen's best films, Annie Hall. Although, neither character possesses the endearing bordering on annoying neuroticism. The premise is basic: two people, Dana (Analeigh Tipton) and Peter (Jake McDorman), meet and begin dating with New York city as the backdrop. Show More Summary
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Ashe never got to see a ton of modern classics from his youth, so we’re making him watch them all as a nostalgia-less adult. Check out the inaugural article for more info. Not only had I never seen Annie Hall before this week, I’d never...Show More Summary
Woody Allen famously says in Annie Hall that Los Angeles's only cultural advantage is that "you can make a right turn on a red light," and a new survey from real estate website PropertyShark appears to agree. PS counted...
In his celebrated Oscar-winning comedy Annie Hall (1977), Woody Allen curses California and Hollywood in particular: "What's with all these awards? They're always giving out awards. Best Fascist Dictator: Adolf Hitler." That line came...Show More Summary
We live in a world in which there are 129 movie sequels currently in production—the risk inherent in financing original stories may be killing movies as an art form (and inspiring stars to migrate to TV for meaty roles), but on the other...Show More Summary
Annie Hall – Random Paraphilia EP PROMO from annie hall on Vimeo. Spanish-born, Windsor-based producer/DJ Annie Hall is always something special, a gift to techno and experimental music. Pushing her digital sound to the edge, she can sharpen her sound to glitch, fuzz, but always with a sense of warmth and intimacy. Show More Summary
In the 1979 movie "Annie Hall," Woody Allen brilliantly portrayed the power emotions have over perception. On a split screen, characters Alvy and Annie are simultaneously talking to their psychiatrists: Alvy Singer's therapist: How often to you sleep together? Annie Hall's therapist: Do you have sex often? Alvy Singer: Hardly ever. Show More Summary
This week we saw bloggers around the world keeping cool in loose-fitting vests. There were a few modern takes on Annie Hall — like Jenn Su, who wore a lavender vest with leather shots and a fedora in Taipei — while others, like Silvia Sierra in Madrid, opted for wide trousers and a straw... More »
Diane Keaton is one of those classic Hollywood icons who just gets it. The actress is so much more than that girl from Annie Hall. We couldn't be more excited to see the movie muse return to the big screen in And So It Goes, so we are recalling all the ways that Diane has continued to influence generation after generation.
Eurozone market wobbles, bank and sovereign jitters – as Diane Keaton sang in Annie Hall, "Seems like old times." Or at least, seems like 2012. Yesterday a "mild" global sell-off was triggered by fears that financial troubles at Portugal's...Show More Summary
'Gotham' acquires 'Sin City ' composer Graeme Revell and casts Carol Kane (Annie Hall) as Oswald Cobblepot's mother.
Academy Award nominee Carol Kane (Hester Street, Annie Hall) has joined the cast of FOX and Warner Bros. Television's upcoming Batman-inspired series, "Gotham". She will appear in a recurring role as Gertrud, the mother of Robin Lord Taylor's Oswald Cobblepot, the future Penguin.