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Kristen Stewart thought Woody Allen hated her

Kristen Stewart thought Woody Allen hated her

Los Angeles, July 15 : Actress Kristen Stewart believed that filmmaker Woody Allen hated her. The 26-year-old worked with Allen on "Cafe Society" and initially thought he "regretted" casting her, making her determined to prove herself on set, reports femalefirst. co. uk.

"I thought, 'He hates me! He absolutely is regretting his decision.' But then I was like, 'I'm going to prove to this little dude that I can absolutely do this'," Stewart said.

The 80-year-old director also criticised the "Twilight" actress for her looks and said she wasn't pretty enough.

Kate Winslet to star in Woody Allen's next film

Kate Winslet to star in Woody Allen's next film

Los Angeles, June 22 : Actress Kate Winslet is reportedly in final talks to star in filmmaker Woody Allen's latest movie.

Allen is writing, directing and producing the untitled film, and like all his recent films, plot details are being heavily guarded, reports variety.com.

Letty Aronson and Edward Walson will serve as producers.

Though Winslet's career has spanned more than two decades, the actress has never worked with the auteur prior to this pic.

Susan Sarandon slams Woody Allen over child sex abuse claims

Susan Sarandon slams Woody Allen over child sex abuse claims

Washington D. C, May 16 : When it comes to Woody Allen, Susan Sarandon has "nothing good to say about him."

Speaking at the Cannes Film Festival, the 69-year-old star, who was appearing alongside her 'Thelma and Louise' co-star Geena Davis, said of the director: "I think he sexually assaulted a child and I don't think that's right," People magazine reported.

She added, "I have nothing good to say about him. I don't want to go there."

Controversy surrounding Allen swirled at the festival since opening night, when his new film Cafe Society premiered. (ANI)

Cannes chief ensures Woody Allen was 'okay' with rape joke

Cannes chief ensures Woody Allen was 'okay' with rape joke

Paris, May 13 : Cannes Film Festival chief Thierry Fremaux was concerned enough about French comedian Laurent Lafitte's rape joke on the opening night of the gala that he immediately approached Woody Allen after the ceremony to make sure he wasn't offended.

Lafitte drew gasps from the audience with the joke that referred to the sexual assault allegations against the 80-year-old, who is in France to promote his film "Cafe Society".

I'm not good technically: Woody Allen

I'm not good technically: Woody Allen

Los Angeles, May 6 : Ace filmmaker Woody Allen, who has been a part of Hollywood for over four decades, says he is not good enough technically and doesn't know how to use a computer.

Asked whether he still has no computer, Allen told hollywoodreporter.com: "No. I have none of that stuff. And I'm not good at that. I'm not good technically.

Woody Allen's next to kick-start Cannes Film Festival

Woody Allen's next to kick-start Cannes Film Festival

Johannesburg, Mar. 31 : The year's Cannes Film Festival will be kick-started by Woody Allen's upcoming flick ' Cafe Society.'

Programmers said that the flick that stars Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg in the lead roles will have its red-carpet premiere at the French Riviera festival on 11 May, reports News24. com.

The flick that is set in Hollywood in the 1930s also stars Blake Lively, Parker Posey and Steve Carrell.

It will be Allen's third film to open the festival, after 'Hollywood Ending' in 2002 and 'Midnight in Paris' in 2011.

Amazon Studios acquires Woody Allen's next movie

Amazon Studios acquires Woody Allen's next movie

Los Angeles: Streaming giant Amazon Studios has acquired North American rights to ace director Woody Allen's upcoming as-yet- titled feature. Amazon will open the film this summer with a traditional, nationwide theatrical release, said The Hollywood Reporter.

Woody Allen not a fan of Hollywood blockbusters

Woody Allen not a fan of Hollywood blockbusters

Los Angeles: Director Woody Allen is not a fan of the big blockbusters being minted out of Hollywood.

The 79-year-old director, who helms one-movie-a-year, was in Cannes International Film Festival with his 46th feature film "Irrational Man", believes such movies are "big time wasters".

"I think it's terrible," he told Deadline about sequels.

"I think movies have gone terribly wrong ... And the big blockbusters for the most part are big time wasters. I don't see them. I can see what they are: eardrum-busting time wasters. I think

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