During the past few weeks, it’s been looking like the #MeToo movement pushed Hollywood to slowly turn on the untouchable turtle turd Woody Allen. Dylan Farrow, who has long accused Woody of molesting her when she was a child (he denies it), has been getting louder and louder about the alleged abuse and has called out several actors and actresses who support Time’s Up but yet have worked with Woody and haven’t denounced him yet. Many have turned on Woody, like Mira Sorvino, Greta Gerwig, Colin Firth, Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Hall and maybe even Kate Winslet. But the cheering section of Team Woody isn’t just tumbleweeds, moth balls and spiderwebs.
Alec Baldwin has been defending Woody like Woody’s got some shit on him, or like Woody threatened to text him with a dick pic if he doesn’t scream out words of defense. And then there’s Diane Keaton. Diane, who dated Woody back in the day and won an Oscar for his movie Annie Hall, tweeted an old clip from 1992 of Woody denying the molestation allegations, and she added that she’s firmly on his side.
Woody Allen is my friend and I continue to believe him. It might be of interest to take a look at the 60 Minute interview from 1992 and see what you think. https://t.co/QVQIUxImB1
— Diane Keaton (@Diane_Keaton) January 29, 2018
Who knew that Diane Keaton got residual checks for Annie Hall and who knew the checks were that big?
Diane said not too long ago on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that she doesn’t have any friends. I thought she was just telling jokes, but I guess not. Diane is so hard-up and desperate for friends that she’s clinging to Woody Allen. And since many are distancing themselves from Woody in this day and age, Diane is really going to be sitting by herself in the Hollywood cafeteria. Diane would’ve been better off making friends with one of the roaches in the cafeteria. No, people still wouldn’t want to sit next to her, but they’d judge her less.