Next month brings an avalanche of original series to Amazon Prime. Should you be so inclined you can watch new offerings from Tig Notaro, whose One Mississippi debuts September 9, or (sigh) Woody Allen, whose Crisis In Six Scenes emerges on September 30. Show More Summary
Separate the art from the artist! That's what critics and fans say whenever their favorite creators do something awful. Ezra Pound was a fascist traitor, but that shouldn't stop us from enjoying his economy of language. Woody Allen has been credibly accused of molesting his adopted daughter, but...
EXCLUSIVE: The Sopranos alum Tony Sirico is joining the cast of Woody Allen’s untitled film set to shoot this fall in New York. His role is unknown but he joins a cast that includes Juno Temple, Kate Winslet, James Belushi, and Justin Timberlake. Show More Summary
Movie recommendations from critics Kenneth Turan, Justin Chang and other reviewers. Café Society Woody Allen’s new film, starring Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart and Steve Carell, is of course funny, but it also ends up, almost without our realizing it, trafficking in memory, regret and the fate...
Steve Martin's stand-up comedy, some of which you can find on YouTube, put a brilliant twist on self-deprecating humor. Instead of presenting himself as a "suffering everyman" (think Rodney Dangerfield or Woody Allen), he created a suave, smug onstage persona. Show More Summary
While a movie needs a strong story and distinct characters to be good, it's often the addition of a sense of time and place that makes a movie great. Think of New York in Woody Allen's Manhattan, Santa Barbara wine country in Sideways, the Los Angeles of Pulp Fiction, or the Minnesota accents and tundra of Fargo. Show More Summary
Once upon a time... Woody Allen was known as a sophisticated writer, actor, and director of amiable comedies. This story takes place in that time of innocence. It concerns a movie moment in the life of a comfortable lady, and the teapot...Show More Summary
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Amazon’s sessions for the Television Critics Association were filled with tidbits on their upcoming projects throughout the day. In his opening remarks on Sunday, Amazon’s Head of Half Hour Joe Lewis discussed the Amazon series Woody...Show More Summary
Amazon’s recent presentation to the Television Critics Association (TCA) included updates about several of its original programs, including one that has been in the works for close to 19 months. That show is Crisis in Six Scenes, and...Show More Summary
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Entitled "Crisis in Six Scenes," the six-part series is scheduled to debut this fall as Amazon looks to Allen to help draw in viewers.
One of the more enjoyable industry spectator sports of the past year or so has been watching Woody Allen, in seemingly every interview where the subject comes up, express his deep regret at agreeing to do a six-episode television series for Amazon. Now that deep regret has a teaser trailer, a title, and a release […]
Woody Allen's upcoming Amazon series is starting to reveal itself -- its title, Crisis in Six Scenes, was unveiled during the streaming service's presentation at the Television Critics Association fall previews on Sunday, as was its Sept. 30 premiere date. Now, the first footage from the six-episode... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Woody Allen Max Casella
Woody Allen will be starring in a new TV series, set to premiere next month on Amazon. The AP reports that “Crisis in Six Scenes” will premiere Sept. 30. “The comedy, set during the upheaval of the 1960s, focuses on...
In the first look at Woody Allen’s Amazon series, Crisis In Six Scenes, the creator-star is really stretching his thespian muscles. The trailer sets up that the show takes place in the 1960s with some stock footage, and then cuts toShow More Summary
What if you thought about death multiple times a day, every day? In Western society you would probably be labeled as depressed, morbid, pessimistic, or neurotic, much like a character from a Woody Allen movie. But in the tiny Himalayan...Show More Summary
Right now you can check out the latest film from Woody Allen, the 1930s Hollywood comedy Cafe Society starring Kristen Stewart, Jesse Eisenberg, Steve Carell and more. But this fall, the filmmaker will take you to a different era with his first ever series, which will debut exclusively on Amazon. Show More Summary