Blake Lively, Corey Stoll and Parker Posey also join the film, which begins shooting this month The post Woody Allen’s Latest Lands Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart, Bruce Willis & More appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Blake Lively, Anna Camp, Parker Posey and more join Bruce Willis, Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg in Woody Allen's new untitled comedy.
Woody Allen has announced the cast of his next film, which is yet to be officially titled. Hit the jump to see the Woody Allen 2016 film cast reveal. Woody Allen’s 2016 film will star Jeannie Berlin (Inherent Vice), Jesse Eisenberg (The...Show More Summary
Amazon's panel at TCA yesterday was a confusing mess
He always seems to assemble an outstanding cast for his films, and for his next untitled flick, Woody Allen has done it again. According to a press release, the legendary writer/director corralled Parker Posey, Kristen Stewart, Bruce...Show More Summary
Keeping up his steady filmmaking pace, Woody Allen has announced the cast of his to-be-titled next movie, which begins production later this month.
Woody Allen just revealed the cast of his latest movie – and it includes both Blake Lively and Kristen Stewart! The new project will begin filming this month in New York and Los Angeles, as reported by THR. In true Woody Allen fashion, the cast was listen in alphabetical order in a release. The film [...]
Plus Woody Allen says he's too lazy to make great movies (we know), and Mark Zuckerberg on the reality of miscarriages.
Roy Price's planned victory lap went south when his Amazon Studios team were forced to address controversial subjects and passed over projects. read more
Along with Jeff Goldblum and his band being in town, Woody and his New Orleans Jazz Band will do three nights, with two in Mill Valley and one in SF at the Regency. [ more › ]
Amazon Studios chief Roy Price found himself defending the decision to partner with Woody Allen.
I can't remember which documentary it was in which Woody Allen stated that he didn't think of himself as "an intellectual" a statement that's patently specious especially if one listens closely to most any of the dialogue in Annie Hall, but that's Woody Allen. Show More Summary
When it comes to Woody Allen, Amazon Studios prefers to look at the bigger picture rather than directly responding to the sexual assault allegations against the filmmaker. During Amazon's panel at the Television Critics Association summer...Show More Summary
For decades, movie-goers have begged to learn more about Woody Allen, Hollywood’s most enigmatic filmmaker. In theaters across the world, they’ll ask questions like, “Why does he act like that?” Or, “Is he acting like that on purpose?”...Show More Summary
Yep, it's definitely a Woody Allen movie. Remember the joke Woody Allen tells in Annie Hall about the two old women in the Catskills? The gist is this: One woman complains that the food is terrible, and the other replies, "I know, and...Show More Summary
I generally love how many F's y'all have to give about issues big and small. But there's also value in not giving one away just because the media is hyping something. Are any of the things you just DGAF about listed here? And what do you wish we would write about that we haven't? That's about all... Continue reading
"I want to go home. I want to have dinner. Film-making is not [the] end-all be-all of my existence."
Between series like “Transparent” and deals with Woody Allen, Spike Lee and the car-show host Jeremy Clarkson, Amazon is nurturing its original programming to build its subscription service.
It's a topic Woody Allen rarely discusses in detail, but the director recently opened up about his relationship with wife Soon-Yi Previn.
"Way to respect your audience NPR."First comment on the same NPR interview with Woody Allen that's linked in the previous post. Woody, asked what he wants to "be remembered for," says he doesn't care, because when you're dead "You're...Show More Summary