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Woody Allen Almost Made a Victorian Period Comedy Instead of
Screenwriter Marshall Brickman recalls the screenplay they shelved in order to work on
, the film that would become
The 20 Best Comedy Movies of All Time
The funniest movies tend to burrow into our brains like no other form of popular entertainment. Through repeated viewings and earworm quotes, […]
Diane Keaton Explains How She Fell for Woody Allen
“He had such a great body.”
Joan Didion’s 1979 Woody Allen Takedown
Here’s a 1979 essay by Joan Didion from the New York Review of Books in which she takes aim at Woody Allen’s then-recent “serious” movies: […]
Industry Roundup: Sweet
Plus: An ‘Annie Hall’–inspired sitcom.
last night on late night
Last Night on Late Night: Sigourney Weaver Turned Down Woody Allen To Hide a Hedgehog in Her Vagina
Plus, Bill O’Reilly receives a warm, rose petal filled welcome to The Daily Show, on our regular late-night roundup.
Breaking News: Woody Allen Full of Doubt, Self-Loathing
Woody Allen, eternal optimist: “There’s no rhyme or reason to anything that I do. It’s whatever seems right at the time. I’ve never once in my […]
Bob Odenkirk’s New Screenplay Is a (Sort of) Update of
It sounds pretty terrific!
6 Most Realistic Music-Journo Movies of All Time
Is it near ‘Almost Famous’? ‘The Idolmaker’? ‘The Doors’?