American Director Woody Allen Announces Retirement, Will Say Goodbye To The Industry After The Last Release

Woody Allen Announces Retirement

American Director Woody Allen Has Been A Part Of The Entertainment World For More Than Six Decades. The Academy Award Winning Director Has Now Announced That He Will Retire After The Release Of His Upcoming Film Wasp 22′. The Director Told A Spanish Newspaper About This And Said That He Now Wants To Focus On Writing.

86-Year-Old Woody Allen’s Last Film Is Set In Paris And Will Be Shot Entirely In French In A Few Weeks. The Director Compared His Film “Wasp 22” To His 2005 Film “Match Point”, Describing It As A Romantic Thriller. Allen Recently Wrote His Fifth Collection Of Comic Pieces, ‘Zero Gravity’, Which Will Be Published By Alianza In Spain On 27 September. In The US It Was Published By Arcade And Distributed By Simon & Schuster.

Woody Allen Mostly Shoot His File In Europe

Woody Allen announces retirement
Woody Allen announces retirement

Woody Allen Is Shooting More Of His Films In Europe Because His Support Has Already Waned After Allegations Of Abuse In The US. He Started The San Sebastian Film Festival In 2022 With The ‘Rifkins Festival‘, Filmed In And Around The Tony City Of San Sebastian.

At The Same Time, His Previous Film ‘A Rainy Day In New York’ Was Shelved By Amazon Studios After He Accused Allen Of Harming The Film’s Festivities By His Comments On His Daughter Dylan Farrow’s Allegations Of Abuse. Allen Then Sued The Company For US$68 Million, Alleging Breach Of Contract. However, The Dispute Was Later Settled Out Of Court.

What Woody Allen Do After Retirement

American Director Woody Allen Woody, 86, Told A Spanish Newspaper That He Now Wants To Focus On Writing.

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