Wasp22 won’t be Woody Allen’s final film, despite rumors

The 86-year-old director is a four-time Academy-Award winner.

Wasp22 won't be Woody Allen's final film, despite rumors

The 86-year-old writer, actor, comedian, and director Woody Allen said he has “no intention” of retiring or writing a novel. At the same time, the media is abuzz with news suggesting his latest movie – Wasp22, would be his last.

The actor is presently filming for Wasp22 in Paris.

The film director’s spokesperson has now stated: “Woody Allen never said he was retiring, nor did he say he was writing another novel.”

Wasp22 won't be Woody Allen's final film, despite rumors
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“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,” added the director.

Woody Allen is controversy’s favorite child as he has previously been involved in reports encircling the nature of his relationship with Soon-Yi Previn, who’s now his wife.

Moreover, Amazon Studios canceled his previous film, “A Rainy Day in New York,” after blaming Woody for “damaging” the future of the movie by his comments on the abuse accusations of his daughter Dylan Farrow. He sued them for $68 million, but the dispute was settled out of court.

Allen also had trouble with publishing houses as Hachette canceled the publication of his memoir “Apropos of Nothing” after staff protests, but another publisher, Arcade, picked it up.

Woody Allen had sexually assaulted his adopted step-daughter Dylan Farrow, who composed a personal essay for The New York Times in 2014.

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