There was a time in Hollywood when working with Woody Allen was considered a jewel in the crown of acting royalty. Going from King of the Funnymen with films like Bananas and Love and Death, to the ultimate cinematic relationship guru during his Annie Hall and Manhattan period, to the more recent European comedy romps like Midnight in Paris and To Rome with Love, actors clamored to be in one of his movies.
It wasn’t for the money – Woody Allen films don’t exactly break box office records the way Star Wars or Black Panther do. Rather, it was a badge of honor as a working thespian to be invited to be ...
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