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Woody Allen Says ‘Professionally, I Haven’t Suffered’ and Criticizes Actors for Denouncing Him

Woody Allen Says ‘Professionally, I Haven’t Suffered’ and Criticizes Actors for Denouncing Him

Woody Allen is speaking out in a new interview with The Guardian against the actors who have publicly denounced him over the last several years. After Dylan Farrow’s child molestation allegation against Allen resurfaced in January 2018 amid the #MeToo movement, actors such as Rebecca Hall and Timothée Chalamet expressed regrets over working with the filmmaker and donated salaries from their Allen films to anti-sexual harassment organizations. Allen tells The Guardian it was “silly” for his actors to denounce him.

“The actors have no idea of the facts and they latch on to some self-serving, public, safe position,” Allen said. “Who in the world is not against child molestation? That’s how actors and actresses are, and [denouncing me] became the fashionable thing to do, like everybody suddenly eating kale.”

Allen said he isn’t angered by the allegation defining him in the media and added, “I assume that for the rest

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