In a break from his standard protocol, Woody Allen has revealed the name and details of an upcoming project before its completion.
He'll go to Cannes, but not for prizes, beach time, or, presumably, anything that involves the outdoors or talking to people.
"I play a failed writer who is ... Woody Allen."
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"Well, that was a very aggressive title, so you can hope that it's a good movie."
It's 'You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger.'
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"I never title a movie until it's finished because if I look at the film and it's no good I don't like to give it an aggressive title."
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"I could go to bed with the entire staff of 'N+1' if I wanted to!"
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"I'm better than when I made 'Take the Money and Run,' but not much better than when I made 'Annie Hall.' I've learned very little after that."
Nicole Kidman and Lucy Punch: interchangeable.
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Sony Pictures Classics gave Vulture an exclusive first look at the poster for Allen's new movie.
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In a "Shouts and Murmurs" piece in today's 'New Yorker,' Woody Allen uses the acronym “O.M.G.”
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