Women have borne the brunt of disavowing the famed director in light of his daughter's sexual assault allegations.
Here's what the actor had to say about it
Actor Colin Firth told The Guardian on Thursday he will not sign onto any more projects with director Woody Allen.“I wouldn’t work with him again,” said Firth, who acted in Allen’s 2013 film Magic in the Moonlight. Firth has also been outspoken about the allegations against Harvey Weinstein, and has said he felt shame for not doing ... More »
Colin Firth is the latest actor to refuse working with director Woody Allen after having starred in one of his films in the past.
Colin Firth just joined the growing list of actors who vow to never work with director Woody Allen again. The Oscar winner, who starred in Allen's 2013 film "Magic in the Moonlight" with Emma Stone, told The Guardian that in light of...Show More Summary
Colin Firth is speaking out against Woody Allen. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Colin Firth The Academy Award-winning actor confirmed his decision in a statement to The Guardian on Thursday (January 19). “I wouldn’t work with him again,” he said. Colin appeared in Woody‘s Magic In The Moonlight back in 2013, one year [...]
Colin Firth joins the growing list of actors who have denounced Woody Allen over the sexual assault allegation from Allen's adoptive daughter, Dylan Farrow. Firth told The Guardian, "I wouldn't work with him again," in response to an...Show More Summary
Colin Firth has become the latest high-profile actor to refuse to work with embattled director Woody Allen. Firth starred in Allen's 2014 romantic comedy Magic in the Moonlight alongside Emma Stone. Firth told the Guardian: "I wouldn't...Show More Summary
In response to the sexual assault allegations against the director.
It may seem surprising now, but Ben Whishaw wasn’t supposed to play Paddington. The adorably furry bear, who returns to his good-natured hijinks in this weekend’s “Paddington 2,” was actually first voiced by Colin Firth. In fact, Whishaw didn’t come onboard the 2014 “Paddington” movie until filming...
You love joy. You love ABBA. You love Meryl Streep in overalls. Good news for you: Mamma Mia's got a sequel, and it's trailer promises all of the above. Streep, Julie Walters, Christine Baranski, Amanda Seyfried, Colin Firth, Pierce Brosnan,...
The stars of The Happy Prince, actors Colin Firth and Rupert Everett cover L’Uomo Vogue. The actors cover the magazine’s final issue. Anton Corbijn has the honor of photographing the story. Taking inspiration from Oscar Wilde and The Happy Prince, Robert Rabensteiner styles a dandy story. Show More Summary
Are you ready to set sail with attractive people Colin Firth and Rachel Weisz? Of course you are! Firth and Weisz come together for The Mercy, based on the true story of Donald Crowhurst, an amateur sailor who set out to single-handedly circumnavigate the globe without stopping in 1968. Show More Summary
This looks like a good one. Normally I’m pretty dubious about slightly odd man versus nature stories but this one looks really good thanks to Colin Firth and Rachel Weisz. Check out the trailer: Here’s the official synopsis: Following...Show More Summary
"Leave your doubts with us here on the shore. Take your dreams out to sea." StudioCanal UK has debuted an official UK trailer for an indie drama titled The Mercy, which tells the story of a humble man who takes an unfinished boat on a race around the world in an adventure on his own. Show More Summary
You might not expect famous people to get mistaken for other famous people, but it does happen. Just ask Colin Farrell. During an appearance on The Graham Norton Show, the actor explained that the person he's most often confused with...Show More Summary
Colin Firth has admitted he is ‘ashamed’ for not speaking out against predator Harvey Weinstein. The 57-year-old British actor’s shame comes after Sophie Dix revealed to him the abuse she suffered from Weinstein. Oscar winner Firth admitted: “She told me she had had a distressing encounter with Harvey Weinstein,’ PHOTOS: Hollywood’s Shocking Sex Scandal: Inside Read More
"Colin Firth's character and I have the same speech impediment: stuttering. I may not be a king, but this movie is my life." The post ‘The King’s Speech’: A Stutterer’s Reflection appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Colin Firth, who starred in the Harvey Weinstein Oscar winner The King’s Speech back in 2011, has released a statement after the allegations of sexual assault and harassment have come to light via his victims. “It’s with a feeling of nausea that I read what was going on while I was benefiting from Harvey Weinstein’s [...]
If you are like me, you’re frequently frustrated by just how much of a film the trailer often gives away. You’re not alone. Kingsman 2 Director Matthew Vaughn is ticked off that the trailer reveals Colin Firth’s character Harry Hart was actually alive. It’s hard to disagree as I suspect we have all had that experience of