Woody Allen to Shoot His Last film in Paris
Woody Allen, who has confronted a reaction in Hollywood over a rape claim by his took on little girl, on Tuesday said he would shoot a film in Paris this fall and that it very well may be his last.
Allen, 86, talked in an uncommon meeting to entertainer Alec Baldwin about his vocation and his new book Zero Gravity, an assortment of clever papers.
"A lot of the thrill is gone," he said of filmmaking. "When I used to do a film, it would go into a movie house all across the country.
"Now you do a movie and you get a couple weeks in a movie house, maybe six weeks or four weeks, and then it goes right to streaming or pay-per-view
"It's not as enjoyable to me." Allen gave no details about his coming movie, which would be his 50th.
The four-time Oscar-winning director of Annie Hall and other comedies has repeatedly denied the accusation that he molested his adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, in 1992.