Woody Allen Fan Rankings 2017 Results! This is part 2, and you can find part 1 here. 23. Take The Money And Run (1969, 256 points) Just sneaking into the top half is Allen’s debut. Fans overwhelmingly liked this one (38%), although a lot of you hadn’t seen it compared to the other early films […]
We always love when They Shoot Pictures Don’t They unveil their latest Top 1000 films list. Compiled every year from many reputed sources, they collect various greatest film lists into THE greatest films list. It’s a great resource, and there’s always more films to add to your watch list once you go through it. Here […]
News Bits! Our round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. This is the 99th edition! Alec Baldwin just seems to do everything. As well as being a regular now on Saturday Night Live (and you know, a film star), Baldwin hosts the podcast Here’s The Thing. His latest guest is was John […]
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! Shadows And Fog is one of the most formal experiments in Allen’s career. A clear nod to […]
Diane Keaton was born on 5th January 1946. She appeared in Sleeper, Love And Death, Annie Hall, Interiors, Manhattan, Radio Days and Manhattan Murder Mystery. She also appeared in Men Of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story and Play It Again, Sam.
Our latest video pays tribute to Radio Days, the sprawling 1987 film that is one of our personal favourites. It was one of Allen’s most elaborate, most complicated and most expensive films up that point. But how well do you know it? Our video explores some of our favourite bits of trivia about the film. […]
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 has said himself that Alice is the humorous flip side to Another Woman. Our titular heroine […]
Arrow Academy recently picked up the rights to 19 of Allen’s early films, including many of the classics on which his reputation lies. They have been releasing the films on blu-ray and in great box sets. The 3rd and final set has just been announced and arrives in February. The new set is called Seven […]
The third in our book series is out now. It continues the most comprehensive film guides ever available on Woody Allen films – breaking down all the trivia, references, music, locations, cast and much more, for every film. The latest guide – Volume 3 – covers 1985 to 1989. The films are: The Purple Rose […]
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.
It’s been a while since we wrote a review, and it always feels so strange to do so. We have been covering Café Society for over a year, following its every step. This isn’t impartial, and we bring all the baggage of his previous films in with in. If you want a more general review, […]
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! Radio Days is one of our personal favourite Woody Allen films. It’s a pleasure from start to […]
A couple of casting notices have gone out for Woody Allen’s 2017 film, due to start production this week. It also gives us a bit more information about the film, which will star Jim Belushi, Juno Temple, Justin Timberlake and Kate Winslet. Central Casting NY posted these two notices. SEEKING TALENT FOR NEW WOODY ALLEN […]
Another cast member has been added to Woody Allen’s 2017 film. Child actor Jack Gore, who can currently be seen in TV show Billions, is joining the cast. Of course, no further details about the role. Variety has the story. The casting of a red headed child suggests he could be playing a child version […]
5 Films (And A TV Show)… A new 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! Café Society is out now in US cinemas. It’s Woody Allen’s take on themes that have […]
Music Of Woody Allen Films – an irregular feature about the musical compositions that have helped to make Allen’s films sing. Hannah And Her Sisters is one of Allen’s most beloved films – and it celebrates 30 years this year. However, it doesn’t seem like there is one particular song that characterises the film. But […]
Café Society, the new (and 46th) film written and directed by Woody Allen, comes out next week in France, and will also open the 69th Cannes Film Festival. To coincide, The Hollywood Reporter has a new wide ranging interview with Allen, where he discusses working with Amazon, and the new film, and much more. There […]
There is a lot of speculation that Woody Allen will be bringing his new film – Cafe Society – to 69th Cannes Film Festival, which happens in May this year. If true, it will be two years in a row – Allen brought his film Irrational Man to Cannes last year (Allen has pulled back-to-back […]
News Bits! Our twice monthly round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. This is the 86th edition! Marshall Brickman might not be a household name, but he is a pivotal figure for Woody Allen fans. He was a talented comedy writer who wrote jokes for Allen’s early stand-up as well as co-writing […]
Jan News Bits 1: David Margulies, Richard Libertini, Tracey Ullman, Tony Roberts, Diane Keaton and more.
News Bits! Our twice monthly round up of Woody Allen bits from around the web. This is the 84th edition! It’s been a tough week for heroes. We, of course, join the chorus of those whose lives are lessened with David Bowie and Alan Rickman leaving us. Two others have passed in the last week […]