Dylan Farrow, Woody Allen’s adopted daughter, has long accused him of abusing her for years. And she gave her first television interview ever to CBS This Morning, and made it clear that she’d like to push Woody off his golden pedestal.
With the way the winds been blowing these past few weeks, it’s probably going to be “time’s up” for Woody Allen sooner than later. I mean, if smug Alec Baldwin is your hottest and most flexible cheerleader, maybe it’s time to hang up your helmet. Selena Gomez‘ work with Woody has come under scrutiny yet again in the wake of her involvement with the Time’s Up movement and she responded.
The number of actors who would choose to work with Woody Allen again in the future may be dwindling fast but there are still some people out there who are on Team Woody. Alec Baldwin tweeted today to not only defend, but praise Woody Allen. NYC men with notorious reputations of being shitty fathers gotta stick together.
Woody Allen’s upcoming film, A Rainy Day in New York, isn’t coming out until later this year, and already it feels like it’s turning into A Shitty Month for Woody’s Ego.
Instead of kissing Woody’s butt (as is often tradition when working with Woody Allen), some of the cast of A Rainy Day in New York have been publicly denouncing him. Rebecca Hall announced that she would never work with Woody again, and joined Rainy Day co-star Griffin Newman in donating her salary to charity. Timothée Chalamet hopped on Instagram yesterday and announced that he has decided to do the same.
Woody Allen had seemed fairly invulnerable when it came to the “Outing Celebrity Pervs Initiative 2017 – 2018.” Famous creepers are dropping like flies and yet Woody was still being celebrated by celebs. (Kate Winslet sounds like she got Prada to design her a special set of kneepads to assist with worshipping Woody.) Almost every actor worth their salt in Hollywood has worked with his skeevy ass despite Dylan Farrow, his adopted daughter with ex Mia Farrow, publicly accusing him of sexually molesting her in 1992 when she was seven. (Maybe they didn’t hear her because their applause for Roman Polanski was too loud?) And then sexual harassment pioneer Harvey Weinstein was exposed. Suddenly, celebrities are acknowledging Dylan’s story and
are realizing their careers might be in jeopardy if they continue supporting him care! Rebecca Hall’s big break was in Woody’s Vicky Cristina Barcelona and she has a small role in his movie A Rainy Day In New York. She’s now over him.
This week we’ve seen two actresses come out and say they’re not thrilled they worked with Woody Allen and that nobody should count on seeing them in one of his movies again. Greta Gerwig said she wouldn’t have worked with Woody knowing now what she knows about Dylan Farrow’s side of the story. Mira Sorvino has taken her announcement one step further; she has personally apologized to Dylan for choosing to work with Woody on 1995’s Mighty Aphrodite.