Woody Allen's next film has got an official title, "Magic in the Moonlight". Along with the announcement, the very first look at the upcoming movie is revealed featuring Emma Stone, Marcia Gay Harden and Colin Firth.
The storyline is kept under wraps, but the photos might have given a hint at what to expect. Filmed in France, the movie seems to take place a couple of decades back, possibly the 1920s or the 1930s, judging from the vintage outfits donned by the actors.
Stone is pictured standing next to Harden with a couple of old-schooled cars parked in the background. The former finished off her old timey look with a flower-decorated hat while the latter went with a plain hat. Firth is captured in the other photo wearing a three-layer suit.
The movie marks the second time in the past three years Allen makes movies in France. His previous Europe-set flick "Midnight in Paris" was released in 2011. It raked in over $150 million worldwide, marking his biggest commercial success so far.
"Magic in the Moonlight" is supported by the likes of Eileen Atkins, Hamish Linklater, Simon McBurney, and Jacki Weaver. Expected to be released sometime next year, it is produced by Allen's longtime associates Letty Aronson and Stephen Tenenbaum.
Allen's last movie "Blue Jasmine" starring Alec Baldwin and Cate Blanchett was released this summer. He was forced to cancel the movie's release in India due to the government's policy that requires anti-tobacco ad to be shown in every scene where character(s) was smoking.