The Forty-Year-Old Version movie review: Radha Blank's Sundance breakout hit is a sharp comedy about artistic compromise
The real triumph of The 40-Year-Old Version is of course Radha Blank, who announces herself as a fiery new cinematic voice.
The film was dropped by Amazon Studios after the #MeToo allegations against Woody Allen resurfaced in 2018.
In these coronavirus times, understanding why the mind seeks lighter fare over heavy-duty, 'difficult' cinema
The coronavirus outbreak has shaken the foundations of the Maslow's need-hierarchy pyramid: self-actualisation has been pushed to the back burner.
After voicing support for Woody Allen and criticizing cancel culture, Spike Lee apologized on Saturday for words he said were wrong.
In a brief post on Twitter, Mia Farrow said Quincy has been forced to seek medical attention at a hospital.
As Hachette drops Woody Allen memoir following backlash, French subsidy set to go ahead with release
The Hachette Book Group has decided not to publish Woody Allen's memoir Apropos of Nothing following massive backlash which included Hachette employees staging a walkout and Allen's son Ronan Farrow severing ties with the publisher.
Hachette employees stage walkout to protest Woody Allen memoir: 'Stand in solidarity with Ronan and Dylan Farrow'
To protest the Hachette Book Group imprint Grand Central's announcement that they would be publishing Woody Allen's memoir, workers at Hachette staged a walkout of its New York offices yesterday, saying their concerns about publishing someone accused of sexual abuse weren't being addressed.
Journalist and author Ronan Farrow said in a tweet that he was cutting ties with his publisher Hachette Book Group, after it's imprint Grand Central announced that it would be publishing Woody Allen’s memoir.
Woody Allen has ended his legal dispute against Amazon for backing out of a four-picture production and distribution agreement and refusing to distribute a film he had finished.
Scarlett Johansson doesn't owe political correctness to her fans regarding Woody Allen; all she owes us is good films
‘Whom to believe?’ is the question that can trip up the best of us. And Scarlett Johansson chose to believe Woody Allen. It's her choice.
Dylan Farrow has criticised actor Scarlett Johansson for her recent statements in support of director Woody Allen.
Scarlett Johansson defends director Woody Allen over sexual harassment claims: I'd work with him anytime
Scarlett Johansson actively advocates for women's rights and was among early supporters of Time's Up.
A Rainy Day in New York review round-up: Woody Allen's film seems to be 'born of profound creative exhaustion'
From 'phoney' to 'cringeworthy,' Woody Allen's 50th feature film has received overwhelmingly negative reviews.
Woody Allen's next will also star Wallace Shawn, Sergi Lopez, Louis Garrel and Elena Anaya. It will start shooting in July in San Sebastian.
Dylan Farrow, Woody Allen's adopted daughter with former wife Mia Farrow, accused the director of sexually abusing her in the early 1990s while she was a child.
Woody Allen's A Rainy Day in New York, featuring Timothee Chalamet, to open in France on 18 September
A Rainy Day in New York has been put on ice in the US over decades-old sex abuse allegations against Woody Allen
Daily Bulletin: Phase 5 of Lok Sabha polls begins with Rahul Gandhi, Rajnath Singh in fray; Narendra Modi to campaign in Bengal, Jharkhand; day's top stories
Today's top stories: The fifth phase of Lok Sabha election begins as Rahul Gandhi, Rajnath Singh, Smriti Irani are in fray; Narendra Modi to campaign in West Bengal and Jharkhand, and more
Parekh & Singh on their long-awaited album ‘Science City’, adopting an 'audience first' approach at gigs
In the works for nearly five years, Science City comes after the duo’s 2016 international breakout album Ocean. Even for those who loved the saccharine nature of Ocean and its occasionally psychedelic, quirky detours (‘Hill’), there’s varied moods on Science City.
Amazon Studios says it was justified in cancelling Woody Allen film deal following director's #MeToo comments
Amazon Studios said that they cancelled a four film deal with Woody Allen following comments on the #MeToo movement.
The news comes after Woody Allen filed a lawsuit against Amazon for allegedly backing out of a multi-film deal, including the shelving of his completed comedy A Rainy Day in New York