Promoting his new film, "When in Rome," the venerated filmmaker admits that the disparity between being famous and ordinary is "kind of disgusting – but I can’t say I don’t enjoy it."read more
IAR INTERVIEW: Woody Allen Talks 'To Rome with Love'
One of the major themes that Allen explores in the new movie is the idea of celebrity and the director discussed ... They’re not life threatening. The bad stuff is greatly outweighed by the dinner reservations.” The writer/director was next asked ...
Woody Allen Discusses To Rome with Love
The bad stuff is greatly outweighed by the dinner reservations." In the film, Alec Baldwin's character takes a trip down memory lane. If you could go back in time, what would you tell your younger self? Woody Allen: "Well, it would be, 'Don't do that!'
"To Rome With Love": Woody Allen talks perks of fame
Even though the tale offers some shrewd insights about the vagaries of achieving fame, Woody Allen says that he wasn’t offering a deliberate critique of celebrity ... “The bad stuff is greatly outweighed by the dinner reservations.”