"Dexter" had been running on creative fumes the past few seasons, and Sunday night's series finale — despite its emotional flourishes — merely underscored that this was a series well past its…
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Woody Allen will be honored with the 2014 Cecil B. DeMille Award by the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. The kudo will be presented to Allen at the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 12 at the…
With a career as long and as varied as Woody Allen’s, one thing is certain: When he’s on, he’s really on. This weekend proved just that as Allen’s latest film, “Blue Jasmine,” scored him his…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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Producer Judd Apatow told journalists it's OK not to like the characters in "Girls," and thank God for that. Self-absorbed and self-indulgent, these slightly adrift twentysomethings have completely…
It has been more than a decade since Woody Allen acted in a film he didn't direct, but the recent Oscar-winner is set to join John Turturro in the indie comedy "Fading Gigolo," which Turturro is…
With "The Descendants" and "Midnight in Paris" drawing WGA wins, awards season has entered the final stretch, with the Independent Spirit Awards this Saturday and the Oscars on Sunday.
"When Woody Got His Groove Back" might have been the subtitle of "Midnight in Paris," the wry, time-traveling fantasy that has now become the comedy icon's most financially successful film.
Despite Woody Allen's insoluble association with New York (and a more-than-implied aversion to Los Angeles), the writer-director found new vitality in a carefree sojourn abroad this year with…
After putting male insecurity under a comic microscope in "Humpday," writer-director Lynn Shelton hands the fairer sex a more prominent role in "Your Sister's Sister," another winning study of…
In the opening lines of Woody Allen's new play, "A Second Hand Memory," a character who describes herself as the teller of the tale, the poetess, confesses she has dramatized the events we're about…