Woody Allen has directed around 50 movies. Manhattan, Annie Hall, Crimes and Misdemeanors, and even his most recent efforts have all been shot on film. For the first time in his career, the writer/director isn’t shooting on celluloid. Show More Summary
Post by Liz Alterman. Proving once again that she looks fabulous no matter what, actress Blake Lively sported a curly bob on the set of the new Woody Allen movie she's filming. The Gossip Girl star, revered for her trademark strawberry...Show More Summary
Blake Lively bundles up in a zip-up hoodie in between filming scenes for the untitled Woody Allen project on Wednesday (October 7) in New York City. The 28-year-old actress’ audition from Gossip Girl recently resurfaced and went viral. You can check it out below! PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Blake Lively It was [...]
As Cheyenne Jackson told Out earlier this year about being cast in American Horror Story: Hotel, working with Ryan Murphy is like working with Woody Allen. "You know it’s going to be intense and creative, and you’re going to be working...Show More Summary
There are so many tired clichés New Yorkers like to use about their self-proclaimed cultural superiority over Los Angeles. You might have heard this one, from the 1977 movie "Annie Hall," by Woody Allen: "I don't want to move to a city where the only cultural advantage is being able to make a right...
In which I’m left wondering about the similarities (and differences) between Wodehouse and Woody Allen. You know those ‘Art of Fiction’ interviews in the Paris Review, where they talk at length with a writer? I stumbled upon one with PG Wodehouse recently, conducted when The Master was ninety-one and a half, and still working seven days a week. Show More Summary
Woody Allen (born Allan Stewart Konigsberg), the prolific, Oscar-winning auteur, New Orleans-style jazz clarinettist, doyen of New York delicatessen society, moralistic nihilist and icon of nebbishes everywhere, will be 80… Read more The post Love, loneliness and all that jazz appeared first on The Spectator.
It's certainly fitting that LA Opera has kicked off its 30th anniversary season with a double bill of the company's own historically successful one-act productions and that its legendary General Director Placido Domingo performs in both of them, albeit in different capacities. [ more › ]
Kristen Stewart keeps it casual before getting into costume to film scenes for the untitled Woody Allen project on Monday (September 21) in New York City. The 25-year-old actress was joined by co-star Steve Carell, who was seen walking around set in a suit. Kristen recently opened up about maintaining honesty and privacy at the [...]
The folks at L.A. Opera must want to make doubly sure they don’t miss a trick in celebrating the company’s 30th anniversary this year. Instead of launching the new season at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion with one classic opera, they’re starting with two — each of which requires its own elaborate...
Last week Woody Allen went to the same restaurant three days in a row. One day he brought Jesse Eisenberg. He had oysters each time. I know this, because the restaurant straight-up narced on him. Read more...
Kristen Stewart pairs her period costume with sneakers while heading to the set with Jesse Eisenberg on Woody Allen‘s untitled movie in Los Angeles on Friday morning (September 18). The 25-year-old actress was spotted out just the day before with a friend. “When I hear that people are intimidated or they think that I’m reposed [...]
Woody Allen is back in town filming his latest cinematic salvo, "Untitled Woody Allen Summer Project 2016." Barring a few scenes in Blue Jasmine, this is the first time Allen has made a film in the city in nearly seven years, since Whatever Works, Which This Movie Doesn't. [ more › ]
This article originally appeared in Vulture. “Self-absorption is general, as is self-doubt.” That’s the first line of Joan Didion’s 1979 broadside on Woody Allen. The sentence unites her ostensible target, Allen, the audiences that were...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Opera celebrated the opening of its 30th anniversary season this past Saturday evening at the Dorothy Chandler Pavillion with glamour, pomp and circumstance. By operatic standards, the LA Opera is a young company. At the same time, it is the United States' fourth largest opera company and a force to be reckoned with. With [...]
The event: The Los Angeles Opera Ball kicked off the opera's 30th season on Sept. 12 with a double bill of Woody Allen's production of "Gianni Schicchi" and Franco Zeffirelli's production of "Pagliacci."
“Self-absorption is general, as is self-doubt.” That’s the first line of Joan Didion’s 1979 broadside on Woody Allen. The sentence unites her ostensible target, Allen, the audiences that were lining up to see his films, and the zeitgeist of which both seemed, like real linen and vegetarianism and not smoking... More »
Kristen Stewart wears her period costume on the set of the Untitled Woody Allen Project on Tuesday (September 8) at the Brooklyn Public Library in New York City. The 25-year-old actress was joined on set by her co-star Jesse Eisenberg that afternoon. While at the Venice Film Festival over the weekend, Kristen spoke to Indiewire [...]
[caption id="attachment_36404" align="alignright" width="239"] Copyright 2015 Take Two Publishing[/caption] This is part 2 of my interview with Alex Sheremet about his book, Woody Allen: Reel to Real. You can read Part 1 here. He keeps...Show More Summary
Gary Marinoff held a bachelor's degree from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, but when he died last week suddenly from a brain hemorrhage at 56, Marinoff never quite achieved his dreams of becoming "the next Woody Allen or Groucho Marx," but as his sister, Janet, wrote on Facebook, "he never stopped trying." Marinoff did appear as […]