Plenty of people (especially men who have worked with him) have yet to cut ties with Woody Allen. But even so, it appears that the tide might finally be turning against his seemingly impenetrable status.
On Thursday, Colin Firth became the latest actor who has appeared in a Woody Allen film to drop his support for the disgraced director. In response to an inquiry from the Guardian, Firth (who starred in 2014’s Magic in the Moonlight) stated, “I wouldn’t work with him again.”
The growing list of celebrities who have expressed regret about appearing in Woody Allen’s movies has found its latest star. Or, rather, mother of a star. Welcome, Selena Gomez’s mom!
Woody Allen has taken another hit from an actress and fellow director who has appeared in one of his films.
In a cultural moment where predatory men in power are finally facing consequences, it makes sense that Woody Allen—a longtime candidate for Most Predatory Man in Power, Film Division—is being subjected to increased scrutiny.
Over the weekend, the Los Angeles Times published a roundtable video featuring various actresses from Oscar-buzzy films. One moment from that session has been making the rounds on the internet. In the video, Kate Winslet, the star of Woody Allen’s Wonder Wheel, was asked about the “outsized” tone of the film and took…
Although allegations about Woody Allen’s past transgressions have been public for years—his daughter, Dylan Farrow, penned a piece in 2014 alleging that Allen sexually abused her as a child—A-list stars like Kate Winslet still line up to work with him and struggle to explain why they choose to make movies with an…
It somewhat pains me to deliver the latest bad news about Kate Winslet: she desperately wants to avoid talking about the extensive sexual abuse allegations against Woody Allen, the director of her new film Wonder Wheel.
Hollywood is still reeling from the revelation that Harvey Weinstein, someone long rumored to be an angry, aggressive sexual predator, was indeed an angry aggressive sexual predator. And the impact of the Weinstein news has rippled out into the wider world.
Over the weekend, Woody Allen, of all people, thought it was appropriate to share his thoughts about the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse scandal with the BBC. Unsurprisingly, he was later forced to clarify his comments because maybe Woody Allen—who was accused of sexually abusing his daughter Dylan Farrow (he denies…
Woody Allen is a four-time Oscar-winning filmmaker with dozens of acclaimed movies to his name. He is also the accused rapist of his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow, who was seven years old at the time of her alleged abuse at his hands.
With every passing year, it gets harder to talk about Woody Allen the filmmaker without contending with Woody Allen the man.