Emma Stone is smiling, but Andrew Garfield is nowhere to be seen. In fact, her joy and enthusiasm are aimed at Joaquin Phoenix. We don't know how to feel about this. It's all because the two are on the set of their new Woody Allen pic, but still, it's practically unnatural to see Emma happy without Andrew [...]
While plot details about Woody Allen's latest film are still tightly under wraps, we know one thing for sure: stars Emma Stone and Joaquin Phoenix are laughing a lot. The actors started filming the untitled project together in Rhode Island on Monday, cracking up in Newport first, then moving to Providence for more funny scenes on Wednesday. Show More Summary
Adding to the impressively long list of films Woody Allen has been a part of, Magic In The Moonlight, the latest from the prolific director, opens this month. Set in the 1920s, Magic follows the story of Stanley Crawford (Colin Firth), a magician who prides himself on his ability to debunk fake spiritualists. Show More Summary
If you're an anxious person, that anxiety could be making you more creative
Rosemary Murphy, thrice nominated for Tony awards and a favorite of writers as disparate as Edward Albee, Horton Foote and Woody Allen, died July 5 at home in New York City. She was 89. The German-born actress had a distinguished film...Show More Summary
“I think it's over.” He didn't argue. And like that we were in some sort of Woody Allen movie about breaking up in couple's therapy. Read more
It's midnight and we're in Paris at A Good Story is Hard to Find podcast. I'm really surprised that it has taken us this long to discuss a Woody Allen movie. Join us for Midnight in Paris.
Everybody's got a Christopher Walken, Jack Nicholson, and Woody Allen impression. How about you throw in a few impressions people don't usually do? Like Gwen Stefani and Shakira. How he pulled those off, I will never know.
Filmmaker Paul Mazursky, who died Monday at age 84, may not have been as well known as some of his contemporaries — Woody Allen, Robert Altman, Martin Scorsese — but over the course of his career, the five-time Oscar nominee left his mark on cinema as a writer and director of intelligent,...
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Borrowing heavily from Nora Ephron, Woody Allen, and Jane Austen, They Came Together parodies the classic (near-extinct?) rom-com. Written by Wet Hot American Summer’s David Wain and Michael Showalter and shot over 23 days in Brooklyn, the film stars Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler as a pair of unlikely lovers;... More »
Director Woody Allen seems to have another charming comedy on his hands if the trailer for his latest film Magic in the Moonlight is any indicator. Now the first poster has arrived, showing off Emma Stone getting a little mystical with Colin Firth, who looks more than skeptical. Show More Summary
A bad day is compounded by a lack of caffeine in A Coffee In Berlin, writer-director Jan Ole Gerster’s deadpan black-and-white portrait of a 24-hour span of lousy luck suffered by unemployed twentysomething Niko Fischer (Tom Schilling). Show More Summary
Writer/director Woody Allen has gone from unknown comic to film industry innovator to oddball tabloid target in his lifetime, and ever since the days of Sleeper and Annie Hall Woody has been seen as an odd duck. Caricatures of WoodyShow More Summary
Woody Allen's feelings about awards shows are well known. He wasn't present to pick up any of his four Academy Awards and skipped out of this year's Golden Globes ceremony, where he was the recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award.
Ask any business leader what their favorite quote is and they are bound to provide you with something that has provided them sound guidance in their career. One of my personal favorite quotes is one attributed to Woody Allen which is...Show More Summary
Woody Allen fans sometimes refer to the last decade of the filmmaker’s career as his “travelogue period,” by which they mean the era of his career in which Woody realized that he can embark on a bunch of paid vacations to famous places and write off his café indulgences as work expenses. Show More Summary
In his storytelling, as well as his choice of settings, Woody Allen has developed somewhat of a duality. He's made comedies and dramas, both foreign and domestic, between the past and the present; and he's fallen into somewhat of a rhythm as of late. Show More Summary
Dear Readers, Last month we celebrated our tenth year and, feeling particularly youthful, we decided to make a short film for fun inspired by YOU ALL, Woody Allen, Charlie Chaplin and this amazing song by The von Trapps & Pink Martini. Show More Summary