“The Drew Barrymore Show” host looked back on working on Allen’s 1996 film, “Everyone Says I Love You,” during an interview with Allen's daughter.
Featuring intimate interviews with Dylan and Mia Farrow, the Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering docuseries recounts the sexual abuse allegations against Woody Allen.
From J.K. Rowling to Woody Allen, "American Dirt" to "My Dark Vanessa," this year's publishing controversies reflected an industry in crisis.
"I have to take responsibility for the fact that I worked with them both. I can’t turn back the clock," the actor told Vanity Fair.
After online backlash, the “Da 5 Bloods” director apologized for defending Allen against cancel culture in a recent radio interview.
The director and accused child sexual abuser's memoir had been dropped by its previous publisher after widespread backlash.
Employees of the publisher walked out on Thursday to protest the company's deal with the director.
The staffers expressed solidarity with journalist Ronan Farrow and his sister Dylan Farrow, who has alleged that Allen molested her when she was a child.
The author of "Catch and Kill" slammed the company for working with his dad, long accused of molesting Farrow's sister.
"This provides yet another example of the profound privilege that power, money and notoriety affords," she stated.