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
Woody Allen Interview To Rome With Love
Woody Allen’s new movie, To Rome with Love ... It’s not so terrible. The bad stuff is greatly outweighed by the dinner reservations. Q: In addition to being an accomplished filmmaker, you’re also quite an accomplished musician and music always ...
Part Two: Woody Allen - The Man With The Golden Mind
Allen: As the chauffeur in the film says, life is tough whether you’re famous or not famous and in the end, it’s probably, of those two choices, better to be famous (laughter) because the perks ... the bad stuff is greatly outweighed by the dinner ...
"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.”
Woody Allen: 'Can't Say I Don't Enjoy' Fame
Sure, fame has its problems, but the perks are pretty sweet, too, Woody Allen tells the Hollywood Reporter ... so it's "probably" the better choice to be famous. "The bad stuff is greatly outweighed by the dinner reservations."