Pity Jennifer Lopez. As far as memorable red carpet moments go, she set such a high bar at the 2000 Grammys with her now-legendary plunging green Versace dress that she seemed destined to never top it.
For many, disgraced financier Bernie Madoff’s story was a tragedy. But not for writers, including Woody Allen, who debuted with a bevy of Madoff-inspired scripts this year.
Woody Allen’s latest film, ‘Blue Jasmine,’ alludes to the Madoff scandal and the 2008 recession. It also echoes the plot and characters of Tennessee Williams’s ‘Streetcar Named Desire.’
Film critics have finally gotten an idea of what Woody Allen’s new film, “Blue Jasmine,” is really all about.
Does Woody Allen ever sleep? Sony Pictures just released a still from the filmmaker’s 46th feature film, to be released later this year.