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Magic in the Moonlight is Woody Allen’s 45th feature film as credited director. That’s almost one per year since the first release back in 1966, and if we count some of the ones he at least wrote… Continue reading Your Top Three: Woody Allen Movies
A Most Violent Year: Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty) and Oscar Isaac (Inside Llewyn Davis) play a married couple in A Most Violent Year, a drama set in New York City, circa 1981. J.C. Chandor (All Is Lost) wrote and directed the action-packed movie, in which a respectable businessman (Isaac) is pushed toward criminal behavior by his wife (Chastain)… Continue reading Movie News: First Look at 'A Most Violent Year;' Emma Stone and Woody Allen Reunite; Melissa McCarthy in New 'Tammy' Trailer
NBA’s infamous bad boy Allen Iverson lost a legal battle with his former attorneys after he refused to pay for their help on his nasty divorce filing, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Tawanna Iverson, Allen’s ex-wife, filed for divorce back in June 2011 and the nasty divorce wasn’t settled until over a year later in Jan. 2013 — during at which time the judge who finalized the… Continue reading NBA Bad Boy Allen Iverson Loses Legal Battle With His Divorce Lawyers, Forced To Cough Up $65,000
Woody Allen is responding to his daughter Dylan Farrow‘s open letter where she details the sexual abuse she maintains she withstood as a child at the hands of the famed director.
“Mr. Allen has read the article and found it untrue and disgraceful. He will be responding very soon,” his rep told The Hollywood Reporter .
And his lawyer later slammed Dylan’s mother, Mia Farrow, for the… Continue reading Woody Allen Calls Sexual Assault Allegations By His Daughter ‘Untrue And Disgraceful’
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After 42 movies, Woody Allen is a genre all his own.
Over the years, he’s taught us a few things through his films: that even a nebbish can be a romantic leading man; that the cinema of ideas can be funny; and that life is nasty, brutish, and over much too quickly. Most of all, even if he’s quick to dismiss the… Continue reading Woody Allen Movies, Ranked From Best to Worst