Since it's worked pretty well for his last four films, Woody Allen has (as expected) decided to go with yet another title evocative of the convenience-store perfume someone bought their wife for a near-forgotten anniversary. Following up You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, Midnight in Paris, To Rome with Love, and Blue Jasmine, Allen will reportedly next July release his latest under the title Magic in the Moonlight. Set in the South of France, the film stars Emma Stone and Colin Firth and smells like potpourri soaked in Seagram's.
India's strict policies on smoking have come into conflict with Woody Allen's strict ban on any titles that deviate at all from the same ones he always does, and as such, now India isn't getting Blue Jasmine.... / Continue →
Paraphrasing Groucho Marx, Woody Allen (as Alvy Singer) said he'd never want to belong to any club that would have someone like him for a member. But how about a city so desperate to have him in that they'll foot the entire bill for a film? Thanks to Rio de Janeiro mayor Eduard... / Continue →
Colin Firth is reportedly in talks to, separately, play a Bond-type secret agent and the presumably-neurotic lead in Woody Allen's next, leaving Clive Owen and Hugh Grant free to just dick around and play Xbox at Clive's all summer long.... / Continue →