Mia Farrow is making rare comments about her three deceased children prompted by "vicious rumors."
The director again denied claims he molested adopted daughter Dylan Farrow and defended his marriage to Soon-Yi Previn in a rare new interview with CBS.
As the finale of "Allen v. Farrow" aired Sunday on HBO Max, Dylan — the adopted daughter of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen — said, "To have my truth finally acknowledged by so many of you means the world to me."
Farrow was terrified of making the tapes of her younger self public, but did so in hopes that it will help adults understand how an abused child might interpret such situations.
Allen and his wife Soon-Yi Previn, also an adoptive daughter of Mia, slammed the docuseries in a statement to "The Hollywood Reporter," saying filmmakers Amy Ziering and Kirby Dick "had no interest in the truth…"
Dylan Farrow went into disturbing detail in describing some of her alleged experiences with Woody Allen.
Jessica Simpson, Mariah Carey, Lenny Kravitz, Alex Trebek, Alicia Keys, Matthew McConaughey and Michael J. Fox were among the celebrities getting personal in memoirs this year.
The director calls Dylan's abuse claim a "false allegation but a great tabloid drama" and says he "cannot let it bother me."
Woody Allen’s memoir has been released after all — by a new publisher — following protests.
Woody Allen's memoir, dropped by its original publisher after widespread criticism, has found a new home, The Associated Press has learned. The 400-page book, still called “Apropos of Nothing,” was released Monday by Arcade Publishing. "The book is a candid and comprehensive personal account by Woody Allen of his life," Arcade announced, “ranging from his childhood in Brooklyn through his acclaimed career in film, theater, television, print and standup comedy, as well as exploring his relationships with family and friends.”
Stephen King is under fire for tweeting that he feels “very uneasy” about Hachette Book Group’s decision to drop Woody Allen’s memoir
Woody Allen’s controversial memoir has been canceled by the publisher following criticism from his estranged children, Dylan and Ronan Farrow, and an employee walkout.
Employees of the publishing company behind director Woody Allen's upcoming book walked out of their offices in protest Thursday.
Allen's daughter, Dylan Farrow, who has long-maintained that she was molested by him as a child (while Allen has long denied it), was among those to criticize the publisher for the book release.
Woody Allen's long-rumored memoir, "Apropos of Nothing," thought to be unpublishable in the Me Too era, is coming in April. Grand Central Publishing, a division of Hachette Book Group, acquired the memoir a year ago and will release it on April 7. "The book is a comprehensive account of his life, both personal and professional, […]
Scarlett Johansson knows that some of her recent comments — whether it’s defending Woody Allen or clapping back at critics who didn’t want her playing a transgender character — have been controversial, but she won’t be tempering her opinions.
The director also spoke out about drama with "not kind" Tommy Lee Jones and "psychotic" Val Kilmer on the "Batman Forever" set.
Woody Allen filed a $68 million suit against Amazon Studios Thursday, alleging that the streamer has backed out of a four-picture deal due to "a 25-year-old, baseless allegation." Allen alleges that Amazon has refused to release his film "A Rainy Day in New York," though it has been complete for more than six months. The […]
Pinto says she wouldn't work with Allen again because of the sexual abuse allegation that his daughter, Dylan Farrow, has brought against him.
After a woman came forward Monday to claim she was Woody Allen's "secret teen lover" in the 1970s, Kathy Griffin resurfaced an old story about attending a dinner party with the famed director and being "creeped out."
Soon-Yi Previn's interview in defense of Woody Allen includes a claim that Hillary Clinton refused their campaign contribution.
Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato rose to stardom together — both going through their own "stuff." Needless to say, Lovato's recent apparent overdose left her old pal rattled.
In a new interview, the controversial director applauds the crusade sparked by estranged son Ronan Farrow, saying he himself should be the "poster boy" for #MeToo, given his perfect track record working with actresses.
Moses Farrow wrote in a lengthy blog post Wednesday saying that Allen, his adopted father, has been “condemned for a crime he did not commit.” Dylan Farrow, Allen’s adopted daughter with ex-girlfriend Mia Farrow, has said Allen sexually assaulted her in an attic at Mia Farrow’s Connecticut home on Aug. 4, 1992. Moses Farrow, whom Allen and Farrow also adopted, said he was at the house that day and that nothing happened. Ronan Farrow took the side of his mother and sister in a Twitter post Thursday.
He makes the claims in a detailed new personal essay, titled "A Son Speaks Out," posted online Wednesday.