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Two days after the Golden Globe Awards, the 'Magic in the Moonlight' director is announced to direct and write a half-hour comedy series for a scheduled 2016 debut.
The 'Amazing Spider-Man' couple is joined at the NYC premiere by fellow cast member Dane DeHaan who comes with his wife.
The director is looking forward to work with Stone again and with Phoenix for the first time.
The 'Annie Hall' actress thinks Dylan Farrow was just looking for headlines when she singled out some actresses who appeared in Woody Allen's films.
In an interview published in GQ, the 'Taken' star reveals that he was on the filming set with Allen when the director learned that Mia Farrow found his naked photos of Previn.
The 'Girls' creator says that she is 'decidedly pro-Dylan Farrow and decidedly disgusted with Woody Allen's behavior' following accusation that he sexually abused Farrow.
Johansson comments on allegation that Allen abused Dylan Farrow, saying, 'It would be ridiculous for me to make any kind of assumption one way or the other.'
The 'Blue Jasmine' director reportedly didn't say a word, but his wife Soon-Yi Previn shot the heckler a 'dirty look.'
The director was questioning his ex-wife Mia Farrow's honesty when it comes to the paternity of their son Ronan Farrow.
The 'Blue Jasmine' director writes his side of story and slams his ex-girlfriend Mia for allegedly using their daughter Dylan Farrow as 'a pawn for revenge.'
In a new interview, Dylan also opens up about her brother Moses Farrow who defended Woody, saying, 'His betrayal is the lowest form of evil that I could ever imagine.'
Woody and Mia Farrow's adopted son Moses believed it was his mother who planted his sister with bad thoughts about their father.
Mia takes to Twitter to show support to her daughter after Woody's lawyer claimed that Dylan Farrow's story about the alleged sexual abuse was 'implanted' by the actress.
Some Twitter users express their disappointment after watching Barbara defending the 'Blue Jasmine' director, who is accused of molesting his adopted daughter, on 'The View'.
The 'Blue Jasmine' director's publicist Leslee Dart says, 'Mr. Allen has read the article and found it untrue and disgraceful.'