Woody Allen denies statement of his retirement

Woody Allen has quickly refuted rumors that he is retiring after suggesting in an interview with a Spanish magazine La Vanguardia that his subsequent picture would be his final.

The 86-year-old director has provided clarification in a statement, stating:

“Woody Allen never said he was retiring, not did he say he was writing another novel. He said he was thinking about not making films as making films that go straight or very quickly to streaming platforms is not so enjoyable for him, as he is a great lover of the cinema experience.  Currently, he has no intention of retiring and is very excited to be in Paris shooting his new movie, which will be the 50th.”

The mistake appears to have resulted from a statement made by Allen in an interview with La Vanguardia before the European filming of Wasp 22 that read: “My objective, in principle, is not to produce more movies and focus on writing.”

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Allen has received a record-breaking 16 Oscar nominations for Best Screenplay over the course of his lengthy career. Four Academy Awards have been given to him, one of which was for Best Director for Annie Hall (1977). He has always been known for avoiding award ceremonies despite his accomplishments.

He indicated that a novel would be his upcoming endeavour.

Allen has already talked about taking a break from the film industry. Allen stated that he intends to make “one or two more” movies during a talk with Alec Baldwin that was live-streamed on Instagram in June, but he also claimed that “the thrill is gone” as a result of the collapse of the theatrical experience.

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