Writer-director Louis C.K. stars as a successful New York television writer who rekindles a relationship with his teenage daughter (Chloë Grace Moretz) but is then horrified when she falls for the aging filmmaker (John Malkovich) he’s long idolized.
British actress Lysette Anthony wrote an essay for the Sunday Times alleging that Weinstein not only raped her 15 years ago but terrorized her for years afterward, sexually harassing her and attempting to force her into sexual situations. Smith shared that she was so traumatized by the attack that she didn’t tell her husband about it until news of Weinstein’s misdeeds blanketed the press.
Justin Timberlake, Juno Temple, and Jim Belushi also star in Oscar-winning filmmaker's period piece.
Kate Winslet, Juno Temple, and Jim Belushi also star in "Wonder Wheel"; plus, see if you can spot a couple of former "Sopranos" actors.
Timothée Chalamet, Elle Fanning, and Selena Gomez will bring a youthful glimmer to Woody Allen’s next feature film. The still untitled project will be the third film that Allen directs for Amazon Studios.
Spoiler alert: Ronan Farrow is not going to be having dinner with Woody Allen on Father's Day, no matter how much OpenTable tries to make that happen.
Javier Bardem is married to the beautiful Spanish actress Penelope Cruz. The two first starred alongside each other in the 1992 Spanish dramedy Jamón, Jamón and worked together in the 2013 film The Counselor. In the June issue of British GQ, Bardem reveals his initial hesitation about dating Cruz.
At a lunch for reporters on Thursday afternoon, Woody Allen spoke out for the first time about the controversy from opening night ceremony at Cannes Film Festival, Ronan Farrow essay focusing on abuse charges made by his sister
“People often have said, ‘Gee, you live in a bubble’ - and maybe I do,” admits Woody Allen as he settles into an armchair inside his private screening room on New York’s Upper East Side. Allen has churned out a movie a year - from classic New York comedies (Manhattan, Hannah and Her Sisters) to Bergman-esque dramas (Interiors) to stylish London-set crime capers (Match Point) - since the 1980s, with combined grosses of nearly $600 million. He barely missed a beat even during the tumultuous 1990s, when his split from Mia Farrow threatened to blow up his reputation (accusations that Allen abused their then-7-year-old daughter Dylan were not pursued by police after an investigation, but the battle still rages, with a grown-up Dylan reasserting the claims two years ago in The New York Times). Right on schedule, Allen is about to bring his 47th picture to Cannes - Cafe Society, a coming-of-age tale set in the 1930s about a young man (Jesse Eisenberg) who moves from New York to Hollywood, where he lands a job with a big-time agent (Steve Carell) and falls in love with a pretty assistant (Kristen Stewart).
We typically think Meryl Streep when it comes to Oscar records, with the master thespian having amassed an incredible 19 nominations. But when it comes to actual wins, Streep’s not in the record books. Instead you’ll find names both famous (Walt Disney, John Williams, Katharine Hepburn) and less familiar (art director Cedric Gibbons, soundman Gary Rydstrom). Here are all the folks who have been awarded the most statuettes (we’re only counting “competitive” Oscars and not honorary/memorial recognition)
Sony Pictures Classics has released the first trailer for Woody Allen’s upcoming existential comedy Irrational Man, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Parker Posey and Emma Stone. The trailer, which contains light jazz, lays out the premise that Phoenix is playing a college philosophy professor suffering from an existential crisis, noting that he cannot write, breathe or “remember the reason for living and when I did, it was for the wrong reasons.” That all changes when he befriends a student played by Stone.