Jan News Bits 1: Diane Keaton, Al Pacino, Knicks, Fabio Armiliato, Martha Greenhouse, The Daily Show, The Harvey Wallinger Story, Blue Jasmine and more

Our twice monthly round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. We are talking Diane Keaton’s birthday, Woody Allen’s hat, Dr Feigen’s passing, Fabio’s praise for Woody and much more.   It was the beautiful Diane Keaton‘s birthday on 5th January. She turned 67. What About Bobbed had the best tribute we saw, […]

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Nov News Bits 1: Greta Gerwig, Richard Benjamin, RZA, Playing Jesus, Stanley Chow, New York, Hunger Games

Our twice monthly wrap up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. Greta Gerwig, who starred in To Rome With Love, has been talking Woody Allen again. She’s out promoting ‘Lola Versus‘, and told Style.com about working with Allen. Being chosen by Woody Allen, it’s like being chosen by God! She also evoked Allen […]

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October News Bits 2: Owen Wilson, Léa Seydoux, Andrew Dice Clay, Donald Trump, Films Within Films, Original Titles, Predator, Expendables and more.

Klyde Warren Park opened last weekend in Dallas. The new 5.2-acre, $100 million park is hoped to be the new Dallas town square. The Sunday night event was a screening of Midnight In Paris, hosted by Dallas native Owen Wilson. During the introduction, Wilson spoke about his experience on the film. The surprise is that […]

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Totalfilm Lists 50 Greatest Woody Allen Characters

The wonderful film magazine/blog TotalFilm make great lists. Their latest list is very dear to our hearts. They’ve picked and listed the 50 Greatest Woody Allen Characters. It’s the first such poll we’ve seen. There’s plenty of lists of greatest Woody Allen films, but to focus on characters is very clever and refreshing. The full […]

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‘A Great Ride’: Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex* (But Were Afraid To Ask) – The Woody Allen Pages Review

Now we’re getting somewhere. Everythng You Always Wanted To Know About Sex (But Was Afraid To Ask) is leaps and bounds from what came before. It begins a number of Woody Allen traits that he would always return to. The large ensemble cast. The clever use of film stocks and period footage. The stylish font […]

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