When Zach Braff announced he was going to fund his next film via Kickstarter, he was met with some cheers, some boos, and some choos. One of the folks who got behind it was none other than Woody Allen. Braff revealed on Sirius XM's "Unmasked with Ron Bennington" that he ... More »
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Hating on Zach Braff has become the cool thing to do. The reason being the actor/director took to Kickstarter in April to fund his next movie, Wish I Was Here. It was a polarizing move because many people felt Braff had enough clout to get traditional funding. He agreed, but decided he’d rather make the [...]
It's summer again, which means it's time for another Woody Allen film. The director has been churning out a new original film every single year for a long time now, and this year is no exception. Last year's To Rome with Love wasn't exactly a home run, but there was some sharp writing and great performances as usual. Show More Summary
Great leaders tend to be funny in a particular way, new research shows. "They did not take me in the Army. In the event of war, I'm a hostage." --Woody Allen Most people wouldn't associate the famously self-deprecating director of Annie Hall with inspirational leadership. Show More Summary
A first trailer on the way?
At a certain age, people realize that in order to get through their days sanely, they’ve adopted some belief system, a personal mantra, or at the very least taken up a convenient vice. As Woody Allen put it, “whatever works.”…
When Donatella Versace throws a party, it's carte blanche to bleach your hair, layer on all your shiniest gold jewelry, and squeeze yourself into as much black leather and lace as you can find. Because sometimes tacky can be great! Last night, guests like Harry Brant and Paloma Faith crowded ... More »
Donatella Versace revealed her new vision for Versace’s little sister brand Versus at what was essentially a rave held at the Lexington Avenue Armory last night. Continue reading » Follow Fashionista on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.
By Soha Group: In "Zelig" Woody Allen plays a human chameleon who takes on the appearance of those around him. Tech companies need to adapt to their surroundings as fast as Leonard Zelig. In just a few years Groupon (GRPN) has already exhibited a chameleon-like nature. Show More Summary
In “The Kugelmass Episode,” a 1977 short story by Woody Allen published in the New Yorker, an unhappily twice-married humanities professor at New York’s City College enters Flaubert’s best-known novel, has an affair with Emma Bovary,...Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal sat down with chef Daniel Rose, of Spring restaurant in Paris, to talk about the "Woody Allen table," the future of his restaurant, and how he can’t get a reservation to places like Brooklyn Fare and Eleven Madison Park.
‘International Clitoris Awareness Week’ is designed to honor the hottest little bundle of nerves since Woody Allen. More » How Will You Be Celebrating International Clitoris Awareness Week? is a post from Blisstree - Get tips on healthy living, work outs, wellness & health food recipes. Advice & news on mental health & healthcare..
Beethoven and Woody Allen bathed their way to genius. Dickens (and just about everyone else) walked. And you don’t want to know how Thomas Wolfe got the juices flowing. Mason Currey, author of "Daily Rituals: How Artists Work" shares some of the surprising work modes of history’s most creative. Show More Summary
[vimeo:65359844] '80 percent of life showing up', said Woody Allen. But did he have any advice about leaving? As my post from last Thursday made clear, I was more than pleased I showed up to Martin Indyk's speech on the Middle East and...Show More Summary
Some people say Woody Allen, others still cite Carrie Bradshaw; some people move to New York intending to see if it’s actually anything like a Velvet Underground song, while others think they can arrive as a modern-day Holly Golightly...Show More Summary
Woody Allen just refuses to take a break! The 77-year-old filmmaker is awaiting the release of his new film Blue Jasmine, while also preparing to shoot his next film! The untitled Woody Allen comedy will star Emma Stone and Colin Firth. The...Show More Summary
The critics were pretty frustrated with white people this week. The recaps compared "The Flood" to everything from a Woody Allen film (thanks to Ginsberg's date) to a painfully awkward race-relations drama (thanks to Joan's hug). A number of reviewers questioned whether Pete Campbell may have redeemed himself, though most think ... More »
What is Casting Couch? It’s a gathering together of casting news from all across the Internet. Today we finally, finally know who Disney has cast as the lead of their new version of Cinderella. It seems like just yesterday Kevin Costner...Show More Summary
Woody Allen is getting ready to film another movie and he already has his leading actors picked out. According to Vanity Fair, Emma Stone and Colin Firth will be starring in the prolific directors new comedy. Allen will be filming again in France and will use many of the people involved in his Oscar winning [...]Show More Summary