Woody Allen

Steve Carell Replaces Bruce Willis in Woody Allen’s Next Film, Which Sounds About Right

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by Britt Hayes 3 days ago
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A few days ago we learned that Bruce Willis had abruptly exited Woody Allen’s upcoming untitled project, less than 24 hours after photos showed Willis filming a scene on set. Willis’ departure caused a bizarre amount of speculation, with rumors circulating about his commitments to Misery on Broadway, though the most likely reason for Willis leaving was that he just wasn’t right for the part. It seems as though Allen has already found his replacement, and all is right in the Woody Allen universe.

Bruce Willis Departs Woody Allen’s Latest Film Under Mysterious Circumstances

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by Jacob Hall 6 days ago
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Yesterday, photos of Bruce Willis filming director Woody Allen’s latest (and currently untitled) movie surfaced online and the everything seemed fine. Just another late-era Allen production that inexplicably features a killer line-up of movie stars! Move along, nothing to see here! However, something seems to have gone horribly wrong between yesterday and today because Willis has abruptly dropped out of the film. That’s the news. What follows is gossip, albeit interesting gossip.

Amazon’s Woody Allen-Scripted TV Series to Premiere in 2016

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick August 3, 2015 @ 3:14 PM
Millenium
When last we heard from Amazon’s Woody Allen-scripted series, the revered (as well as reviled) filmmaker amusingly expressed his regret and reticence over the deal, noting that he’d never written for television before. Well, ol’ Woody appears to have made some progress, as Amazon execs claim the majority of scripts have been completed, with the series likely to bow in 2016.

Woody Allen Immediately Regrets Decision to Write Amazon TV Series

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 14, 2015 @ 7:26 PM
Millenium
We’d all but forgotten that cinema icon Woody Allen had signed to develop his first-ever TV series for Amazon streaming, and the director apparently wishes we had. A new interview sees Allen candidly admitting complete regret toward signing onto the series, as well that Amazon could be “crushed with disappointment” at the results in 2016.

‘Irrational Man’ Trailer: Emma Stone Fixes Joaquin Phoenix in Woody Allen’s Latest

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by Britt Hayes April 29, 2015 @ 12:15 PM
Not a year goes by without a new Woody Allen film, so even when he delivers a so-so product, there’s always the promise of a better film around the corner. This year brings Irrational Man, which is set to make its debut at Cannes next month ahead of its summer release. The first trailer has arrived to promote the Cannes premiere, and looks to feature rather charming performances from Emma Stone and Joaquin Phoenix.

Woody Allen Recruits Kristen Stewart, Jesse Eisenberg and Bruce Willis for Next Film

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by Britt Hayes March 9, 2015 @ 5:49 PM
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Woody Allen’s latest film, Irrational Man, hasn’t even hit theaters yet, but the prolific director has already begun planning his next project, which isn’t exactly surprising. Allen, who has consistently delivered one film each year, has selected an interesting trio of actors to headline his next, untitled project: Kristen Stewart, Jesse Eisenberg and Bruce Willis. Bruce Willis in a Woody Allen film? What?

Woody Allen’s Next Film With Emma Stone Titled ‘Irrational Man,’ Which Could Describe Most of His Films

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by Britt Hayes January 29, 2015 @ 8:37 PM
Sony Pictures Classics
Although we were a bit underwhelmed by Woody Allen’s last film, ‘Magic in the Moonlight,’ we—much like the fictional characters in the film, and humanity as a whole—were still charmed to pieces by Emma Stone’s performance. Stone is reteaming with Allen for his next film, which also stars Joaquin Phoenix and, based on the cast alone, seems fairly promising. We haven’t known much about his upcoming project, but it now has an official title: ‘Irrational Man.’

Amazon Signs Woody Allen to Write and Direct First TV Series

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 13, 2015 @ 8:59 AM
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Amazon gained some serious credibility in the TV department in recent months, particularly with Sunday’s dual Golden Globe wins for ‘Transparent’ and star Jeffrey Tambor, but the retail conglomerate’s studio branch has its biggest match point yet. Woody Allen himself will write and direct his first TV series for Amazon, already ordered for a full season. I mean, it ​is​ 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 @ 2:43 PM
Sony Pictures Classics
http://youtu.be/LAwbwKURvm0
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?