Woody Allen

'Magic in the Moonlight' Trailer: Emma Stone Is Enchanting in Woody Allen's Latest

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by Britt Hayes May 21, 2014 02:43 PM
Sony Pictures Classics
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The first trailer for Woody Allen's 'Magic in the Moonlight' has arrived, and it looks like a delightful follow-up to 'Blue Jasmine,' and a much-needed dose of comedy and charm after all that drama. What could be more charming than Emma Stone and Colin Firth hanging out in 1920s France?

Cate Blanchett Wins Best Actress, Drama at the 2014 Golden Globes for 'Blue Jasmine'

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by ScreenCrush Staff January 12, 2014 09:55 PM
Sony Pictures Classic
Cate Blanchett has just won the award for Best Actress, Drama at the 2014 Golden Globes, announced during the live awards ceremony on Sunday, January 12, hosted for the second time in a row by comediennes Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.

HBO's 'True Detective' Releases One Last Trailer, Plus Details on Season 2

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 09, 2014 11:01 AM
HBO
http://youtu.be/XXrUjezR1NU
We're just days away from the January 12 premiere of HBO's hotly anticipated killer drama 'True Detective,' but even after the countless trailers and TV spots we've already seen, there's always room for more Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson. Plus, what's to come when HBO revamps the plot, cast and setting for a potential second season?

First Look: Woody Allen's Latest Titled 'Magic in the Moonlight,' Reveals Full Cast and Photos

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by Jacob Hall October 15, 2013 01:39 PM
Gravier Productions
Woody Allen has been hit and miss for the past decade or two, but between 'Midnight in Paris' and 'Blue Jasmine,' the legendary filmmaker seems to be hitting a new stride. So we have high hopes for hist latest production. We knew that it would star Emma Stone and Colin Firth, but now we know what it's going to be called. Drumroll, please ...

'Blue Jasmine' Review

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by Jordan Hoffman July 24, 2013 07:48 AM
Sony Pictures Classics
It should be no surprise that Woody Allen, survivor of a protracted tabloid scandal, should make 'Blue Jasmine.' It's a story of what happens after the headlines, about the emotional aftershocks of big, juicy news and how they affect unexpected people in unexpected ways. This isn't a very funny movie, but its observational instincts are so bright that the scenes evoke laughter, even when the story is actually rather sad. It's one of Allen's best films in years and a silver-plated gift to Cate Blanchett who takes the character and runs with it.

Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, Woody Allen and More Share Their All-Time Top 10 Lists

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by Britt Hayes August 03, 2012 09:18 AM
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So the Sight & Sound poll was a big deal this week. If you missed it, it's the once-a-decade list of the top 50 films as voted by critics from around the world. But what about directors? We've got a look at the all-time top 10 lists from some of the greats, like Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen, and more.

Watch Louis C.K. Do an Impression of Andrew Dice Clay Doing an Impression of Woody Allen

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by Mike Sampson June 27, 2012 10:32 AM
Comedy Central/HBO/MGM
In case you hadn't heard, Louis C.K. was recently cast in Woody Allen's upcoming (and untitled) movie. Interestingly enough, Andrew "Dice" Clay was also cast in that same movie, which also stars Alec Baldwin and Cate Blanchett. Yeah, WTFs all around. Louis C.K. was on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' last night and elaborated on the weirdness and the film while giving his impression of Dice doing his impression of Woody Allen.

Sibling Revivalry: Watching 'Annie Hall' For the First Time

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by Katie Calautti June 20, 2012 08:00 AM
MGM
I’ve been a little desperate to show Lindsay a romantic comedy that won’t make her completely barfy, so it’s serendipitous that director Woody Allen’s latest film, ‘To Rome with Love,’ is releasing this Friday, June 22 – it gave us a chance to revisit one of his greatest for our latest Sibling Revivalry screening.
‘Annie Hall’ (1977) is undoubtedly Allen’s most beloved film, and I had high hopes that its authentic (albeit somewhat neurotic) characters and central relationship would resonate with Lindsay on an authentic level.
Turns out, I was right. In fact, Lindsay found something of a surrogate sister in Diane Keaton’s character Annie (I’m frankly a little jealous!). She also learned a thing or two – specifically, regarding the fact that P. Diddy didn’t coin the term "lurve," style icons existed prior to Carrie Bradshaw, and tears shed over insects of unusual size are, "Never about the bug." As an added bonus, I’m pretty sure the film inspired her to come up with a business idea that could earn her millions. Here’s our chat about ‘Annie Hall’ 35 years after the film’s release.