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Boos, Trolls, and Feuds: Final Thoughts on the Craziest Cannes in Years

On the first day of the Cannes Film Festival, hours before Woody Allen's new film Café Society unspooled for a black-tie crowd, I found myself standing on a pier with Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick as we watched a troll fashion show. Those two stars were there, alongside willowy models ... More »

Woody Allen Is Not an Angel

A well-known writer emailed me when I started my biography of Woody Allen: "Tell! Tell!" She added, "I was shocked! Shocked!" I asked her what she was shocked about. She shared with me the explosive info that she had sat next to Woody's table at Elaine's and that she thought that he and two friends were exchanging notes about threesomes. Show More Summary

Here are all the jaw-dropping looks from the Cannes Film Festival red carpet

It's Cannes time again. That is, when Hollywood's elite travel to the French Riviera for the industry's most glamorous event of the year, the Cannes Film Festival. This year, things kicked off with the latest movie from Woody Allen, "Cafe Society," which stars Kristen Stewart, Jesse Eisenberg, and Blake Lively, among others. Show More Summary

Laurent Lafitte Says Woody Allen Rape Joke Was Misinterpreted; All Jokes Rehearsed And Approved

Laurent Lafitte says he didn’t know there were sexual abuse allegations around Woody Allen, when the French comedian made that rape joke at the Cannes film festival, according to The Guardian. There have been numerous sexual abuse allegations circulating around the Blue Jasmine filmmaker. Show More Summary

Thoughts from the ammo line

(Scott Johnson) Ammo Grrrll is thinking about BANANAS! She writes: In the 1971 Woody Allen comedy Bananas Woody plays a nebbish (Fielding Mellish) who becomes a revolutionary in a fictional Central American banana republic called San Marcos. Show More Summary

Maggie's Plan

“Maggie’s Plan” exists within a very specific, very recognizable cinematic realm: that of the intellectual, narcissistic New Yorker. Woody Allen established it; Noah Baumbach modernized it. Now, writer/director Rebecca Miller is visiting it with often amusing but mixed results. Show More Summary

Executive Director of Reel Grrls Speaks Out Against SIFF for Woody Allen Opening Night

by Sean Nelson Will this affect turnout at tonight's SIFF opening night gala? Damiano Poli/Shutterstock Nancy Chang, executive director of Reel Grrls, published an open letter this morning in which she chastised the Seattle International...Show More Summary

Adrien Brody Thinks It's 'Unfair' To Bring Up Woody Allen And Roman Polanski's Past

Actor and artist Adrien Brody apparently likes to look away from controversy when it stares him in the face. During a Monday appearance on Jenny McCarthy's SiriusXM morning show, the Academy Award winner talked about essentially separating...Show More Summary

Blake Lively’s 'LA Face, Oakland Booty' Joke Has Us Shaking Our Heads

Blake Lively's latest Instagram post from Cannes has a whole lot of people upset. The 28-year-old actress, who is currently in France promoting "Café Society" with Woody Allen, among other projects, took to Instagram Tuesday to share a split photo from the red carpet. Show More Summary

Adrien Brody Calls Woody Allen And Roman Polanski’s Sex Abuse Allegations ‘Fodder’

Adrien Brody visited Jenny McCarthy’s Dirty, Sexy, Funny on SiriusXM on Monday to plug his new film Manhattan Night and the two ended up discussing whether Woody Allen and Roman Polanski’s film careers should be viewed separately from the sexual abuse allegations made against them. Show More Summary

Cannes Is Getting Real Fcking Freaky Up In Here

2 weeks agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

The 2016 Cannes Film Festival is in full swing, and in between Blake Lively pretending she's Grace Kelly or some shit and Kristen Stewart saying some truly wince-worthy things about her decision to star in Woody Allen's Cafe Society ("If...

Our Hatred of Woody Allen/Cosby/Polanski Is Getting In the Way of Adrien Brody's Art

2 weeks agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Well, how very lucky for Adrien Brody that he can just choose not to care about-- not to "indulge"-- the actions of men like Woody Allen, Roman Polanski, and Bill Cosby. Sure, cause his "artistic pursuit" would be a...

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Adrien Brody Believes Woody Allen & Roman Polanski's Sexual Assault Allegations Are 'Not Something To Focus On' — SMH!

Cannes was certainly not drama free this year as a rape joke at the opening ceremony and a letter penned by Ronan Farrow thrust the allegations of sexual assault against Roman Polanski and Woody Allen back into the headlines. As a result, several actors who've worked with Allen have since been asked about the separate controversies. [...]

Blake Lively on Laurent Lafitte's Rape Joke About Woody Allen

Hollywood actress Blake Lively was quick to share her opinion on Laurent Lafitte's controversial opening remarks for the Cannes Film Festival.

Here are the best-dressed celebrities hitting the Cannes Film Festival red carpet

It's Cannes time again. That is, when Hollywood's elite travel to the French Riviera for the industry's most glamorous event of the year, the Cannes Film Festival. This year, things kicked off with the latest movie from Woody Allen, "Cafe Society," which stars Kristen Stewart, Jesse Eisenberg, and Blake Lively, among others. Show More Summary

Most of Hollywood Still Has Woody Allen’s Back—But Susan Sarandon Does Not

Woody Allen has been the focus of this year’s Cannes Film Festival, but not just because of his new movie, Cafe Society. On the day the festival opened, Allen’s son, Ronan Farrow, published a blistering essay in the Hollywood Reporter...Show More Summary

Bart & Fleming: Woody Allen, Roald Dahl And How Nasty Narratives Superseded Films At Cannes

Peter Bart and Mike Fleming Jr. worked together for two decades at Daily Variety. In this weekly column, two old friends get together and grind their axes, mostly on the movie business. BART: Celebrity intrigue seemed to dominate Cannes coverage last week just as celebrity news confiscated political coverage in the U.S. Show More Summary

Not Content With Simply Being Rich, Famous and Beautiful, Blake Lively Now Wants a Bird to Poop on Her

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Blake Lively is currently at the Cannes Film Festival, taking in the wonders of le cinéma and saying questionable things about Woody Allen. In between, she’s posing glamorously in the sunshine in hopes that a bird will fly by and poop all over her. Ooh là là!On Monday morning, Lively ... More »

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