Woody Allen is 80! Apparently he didn’t celebrate but many others did on their behalf. Here’s a quick wrap of various articles, lists and tweets.
Esquire revisited Allen’s appearances in their magazine over the years. They also compiled all the times they had Allen on the cover as well as looking at how Allen has evolved over the years in their eyes.
Eonline looked back at Allen’s eight decades by looking at the women in his films from Diane Keaton to Emma Stone.
Forward did an incredible job of ranking other people’s Woody Allen’s lists. Many of the lists are people ranking all of Allen’s films from best to worse.
Deutsche Welle did a great wrap up of Allen’s life, with top 10 highlights of his film.
Yahoo UK looked his various hits and misses, film-wise.
Allen’s bandmates wished him well.
And some well wishes from Sarah Silverman (who shares Allen’s birthday) and Emmanuelle Beart.
— Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) December 1, 2015
partage d’humour !! WOODY ALLEN …..bonne journée JE VOUS EMBRASSE FORTxxx pic.twitter.com/o5WT4ngP98
— Emmanuelle Béart (@EmmanuelleBeart) December 2, 2015
Websites like the BBC, IMDB, Life and Mubi
— BBC Archive (@BBCArchive) December 1, 2015
— IMDb (@IMDb) December 1, 2015
— LIFE (@LIFE) December 1, 2015
The big 8-0. A very happy birthday to Woody Allen, pictured here on set of Annie Hall by Brian Hamill. pic.twitter.com/S5YqLq2KSa
— MUBI (@mubi) December 1, 2015
— Woody Allen Docu (@WoodyAllenDoc) December 1, 2015
Happy 80th Birthday #WoodyAllen: "I don't want to achieve immortality through my work, I want to achieve it by not dying." He's doing both.
— Jason Solomons (@JasonCritic) December 1, 2015
— TCL Chinese Theatres (@ChineseTheatres) December 1, 2015
— Curzon Cinemas (@CurzonCinemas) December 1, 2015
There was a lot more tributes, and then a world more that were not in English. There’s too many to collect together!
Happy birthday Woody Allen! Find our own birthday wrap-up.