Oh Good, Woody Allen Won't Retire Until He's Dead
The disgraced director said he has no plans to stop working, adding that he "doesn't think about social movements."
The Soon-Yi Previn Interview Is a New Kind of Anti-#MeToo Piece
Must every man be rehabilitated?
'Girlfriends' Gets Compared to Woody Allen's Work—But It's Far, Far Better
Claudia Weill's 1978 film receives constant comparison to Allen's oeuvre, but it should be held up as a pioneer of female friendship movies like "Frances Ha."
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10 Men Who Have Successful Careers Despite Being Accused of Rape
Some critics of the #metoo movement have warned that accusing men of sexual assault will ruin their careers, but for high-profile men like Billy Cosby, Woody Allen, Kobe Bryant, R. Kelly, and Donald Trump, this hasn't been the case.
What Actors Have Said About Continuing to Work with Woody Allen
In the wake of #MeToo, some actors who have worked in Woody Allen films are expressing their sincere regret to Dylan Farrow, who says he sexually assaulted her as a child. Others, conversely, are giving interviews about what a good director he is.
Does 'Annie Hall' Actually Suck?
Woody Allen's classic romantic comedy turns 40 this week, so we look back to see how it has aged.
Carnegie Deli Just Threw Out All of Its Autographed Celebrity Photos, Except One
The wood-framed photos that covered almost every available vertical surface in the deli were unceremoniously dumped in plastic bins on the sidewalk.
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Woody Allen's New Show Trailer Is Full of 1960s Clichés and Woody Allen Clichés
Can Allen take this bundle of clichés and turn his first TV show into something fresh and engaging?
Woody Allen’s Plush Treatment by the Media Should Be the Talk of Cannes
The 80-year-old director's Cannes premiere of 'Café Society' arrived on the heels of a renewed controversy over sexual abuse allegations by his daughter.
Chocolate Putin & Artist-Designed Condoms: Last Week in Art
Meanwhile, in Russia...
Aziz Ansari Is Everywhere
The comedian and actor wrote a book about relationships, sold out Madison Square Garden twice in the same night, toured with Amy Schumer, and launched a hilarious and diverse Netflix series. What's next?
Could We Use Films to Teach People About Mental Health?
We talked to some leading psychologists who think that movie's the potential to increase society's understanding of problems like schizophrenia, depression, and anxiety.