Benigni just got cast in Allen's next movie.
Can she out-Woody her fellow cast member Jesse Eisenberg?
Reunited, and it feels so good.
For a movie set in Rome.
And Carla Bruni, briefly.
Yes, like Van Gogh.
"They don't want me flirting with Diane Keaton."
His next flick will shoot in Rome this summer.
'Midnight in Paris' will kick off the festival.
Biutiful Director Alejandro González Iñárritu on Woody Allen’s Barcelona and the Problem With Ordering Coffee in New York
"I'm glad [Woody Allen] hasn't portrayed any Mexicans in his films! Who knows what we'd be doing?"
Plus, Michael Cera reveals how he deals with his Jesse Eisenberg problem, on our regular late-night roundup.
On Woody Allen: "I wish he would tell me that things are going to be okay at some point. But I don’t think he’s going to."
Plus, Bill O'Reilly receives a warm, rose petal filled welcome to The Daily Show, on our regular late-night roundup.
'The Office' writer and actress dissects her favorite romantic comedy.
"These celebrities who are like, 'Why can’t we just go out and have dinner?! Please leave us alone.' Well, don’t go to fucking Spago!"
The great director's craftsmanship is as strong as ever, but his despair has become reflexive.
Plus: Ryan Reynolds to write a cookbook.
"He went completely silent and totally stiff. And I was like 'What have I done?'"
Since it took her 35 takes to nail it.
It's the latest Woody Allen movie, after all.
"There are a few better than others, half a dozen, but it’s a surprising paucity of worthwhile celluloid."
More photos from the red carpet and party scene at Cannes.
We have the four designs that Allen picked that best illustrated his legacy.
Are Antonio Banderas and Josh Brolin Both Playing the ‘Woody Allen Character’ in Tall Dark Stranger?
We guess this is what happens when you withhold full copies of the script from your actors.