Jeff Goldblum was born on 22nd October 1952. He appeared in Annie Hall.
Tony Roberts was born 22nd October 1977. He appeared in Annie Hall, Stardust Memories, A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy, Hannah And Her Sisters and Radio Days. He also appeared in Play It Again, Sam and Sounds From A Town I Love.
Wonder Wheel, the new film written and directed by Woody Allen, is due to premiere next week at the New York Film Festival. Press are scheduled to see the film next week, and now there is a new press kit for the film. It features lots of great information about the film, and thoughts from […]
News Bits! Our round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. This is the 104th edition! Jerry Lewis has passed away. He was an American comic legend, and there’s been plenty of features in the recent days, gamely trying to honor his amazing legacy. The New York Times has one many great obits. […]
5 Films (And A TV Show)… A series where we recommend films referenced, inspired, influenced or generally like a certain Woody Allen film, from his first to his latest. All picks are subjective – let the arguments begin! Don’t Drink The Water is one of Woody Allen’s least known, and least seen films. Produced for […]
Janet Margolin was born on 25th July 1943. She appeared in Take the Money And Run and Annie Hall.
Tributes are pouring in for Barry Norman, the much loved and respected British film critic and TV host, who passed away. Norman was a mainstay on British TV for many decades, and a big fan if Allen’s. Our video of the week is a full episode of Norman’s show – Film 95 – devoted to […]
June News Bits: Glenne Headly, Diane Keaton, Scarlett Johansson, Bobby Cannavale, Aziz Ansari And More
News Bits! Our round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. This is the 103rd edition! Glenne Headly has passed away. The actress starred in great films such as Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Dick Tracy and the recent HBO series The Night Of. One of her early roles was one of the hookers in Woody […]
Diane Keaton is one of the greats, and it was confirmed yet again tonight when she was the latest recipient of the AFI Lifetime Achievement Award. The honour comes with a lavish dinner event in Los Angeles, and Woody Allen was a surprise presenter. Keaton’s had so many great films, but her career will always […]
Woody Allen is going on tour! With him is the Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band, Allen’s regular compatriots when he performs at the Cafe Carlyle on most Mondays in New York. Those Monday night jazz concerts have been part of the fabric of New York since the 70s. Allen famously skipped out on the […]
In a sentence no one thought would ever be uttered, Woody Allen has wrapped his participation of his first ever Facebook chat. He was interviewed by Bob Weide, director of Woody Allen: A Documentary. The hour long interview is now archived on Woody Allen’s official Facebook page, and you can watch the video below. IndieWire […]
Annie Hall turned 40 earlier in the week, and there was fair amount of articles. Here’s a wrap up of what we could find. Just like we did, Vanity Fair looked at the film that was originally envisioned. They spoke to co-writer Marshall Brickman and star Carol Kane. Brickman says the Victorian comedy story line […]
Annie Hall turns 40 this week and we just covered everything we possibly could about the film as it stands. But what about what could have been? We turn our eye at the making, and unmaking, of the film that would become Annie Hall. Fans know that the Annie Hall that we got was very […]
Eggs, sharks and small portions – Annie Hall turns 40 on 20th April 2017. If you’re here, you probably know and love this film, a masterwork of cinema. To celebrate, we are publishing part of the Annie Hall chapter in our book series. We’ve gone through every reference, every location, every second of the film. What […]
March News Bits: Judy Davis, Tony Roberts, Samantha Morton, Richard Curtis, Fabio Armiliato, Mort Sahl, Rachel Bloom and More
News Bits! Our round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. This is the 101st edition! Judy Davis has returned to Australia to direct Faith Healer for the Melbourne Theatre Company. In a new interview with ABC, she spoke about her role in Allen’s Husbands And Wives, and how she was embarrassed by […]
Woody Allen Fan Rankings 2017 Results! This is part 3, and you can find part 1 here and part 2 here. Here’s the pointy end – the top 10! 10. Zelig (1983, 385 points) It may be Allen’s shortest film, but there’s plenty to love. In fact, it was overwhelming loves (28%), bests (23%) and likes […]
After a rush of books last year around Allen’s 80th birthday, there seems to be a slow down this year. Breaking the glut is a new ebook by Chris Wade, who has written books on subjects as diverse as The Kinks to Sharon Stone. Chris’s new book is called WOODY ALLEN ON SCREEN, and it […]
5 Films (And A TV Show)… A series where we recommend films referenced, inspired, influenced or generally like a certain Woody Allen film, from his first to his latest. All picks are subjective – let the arguments begin! Allen pays homage to Hitchcock and a rich cinematic history with Manhattan Murder Mystery. There’s no shortage […]
News Bits! Our round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. This is the 100th edition! Holy crap. We’ve been doing this a long time! Irwin Corey has passed away. The world’s oldest comedian, and commonly known as “the world’s foremost authority” since the late 40s, and a hugely loved stand-up. He dabbled in […]
Woody Allen is usually not one to look back, but it seems he is making an exception when it comes to 4K. The new super high definition format is probably great for a director who has been famously picky about how his films are presented. Following the premiere of the new 4K print of Annie […]