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The 'Blue Jasmine' director's publicist Leslee Dart says, 'Mr. Allen has read the article and found it untrue and disgraceful.'
Dylan Farrow slams Hollywood for glorifying the man who had sexually abused her own kid daughter.
Allen's son with Mia Farrow calls him a molester in a Twitter post after the famed director was honored with a tribute at the 2014 Golden Globe Awards.
Emma Stone and Marcia Gay Harden wear vintage dresses and hats, while Colin Firth looks dapper in his suit.
The director is not comfortable with the anti-tobacco disclaimer that the government wants to be inserted in every frame where character(s) smokes.
The 'Vicky Cristina Barcelona' director will be awarded the coveted award honoring Hollywood icons who have 'made an incredible impact on the world of entertainment' in January next year.
The annual Canadian festival adds Guillaume Canet's 'Blood Ties', James Franco's 'Child of God' and more to its line-up.
Allen thinks 'it would be fun' to do a movie with his 'Blue Jasmine' star and proclaims himself 'a great fan of his.'
The Andrew Largeman depicter in 'Garden State' will star as aspiring playwright David Shayne, played in the 1994 movie by John Cusack.
Admitting that he's interested to make a movie with Lohan, the 'To Rome with Love' helmer says, 'She's a very gifted girl and I would not hesitate if I had something for her.'
Joined by Allen, Alec Baldwin, Jesse Eisenberg and Roberto Benigni, Cruz steals the spotlight with her flawless look during the special screening at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome.
The Rome-set dramedy is set to have its first North American premiere at the 18th annual Los Angeles Film Festival, which will run from June 14 to 24.
Featuring a host of notable actors, the promo video highlights the daily-life events of a number of people who live in the capital of Italy.
While his latest film 'To Rome with Love' hasn't been released, Allen is preparing a yet-to-be-titled movie which he plans to film in Copenhagen with Cooper and Blanchett tackling the leading roles.
Following its successful partnership with Allen in 'Midnight in Paris', Sony Pictures Classic has obtained the North American and U.K. rights to the comedy film which story is told in four vignettes.