Do We Still Care About Woody Allen?
It's London this time; Woody seems to dig it these days. The part of the neurotic writer will be played by Josh Brolin. I think it's about the problems that rich white people have. I will say the music is jazzy, at least. Antonio Banderas is in there along with Anthony Hopkins, Naomi Watts and I think I saw Anna Friel from Pushing Daisies (she'll always be undead to me).
So tell me, kind readers, is Woody still relevant? Better question: Does he have a great film left in him? Discuss.
(via The AV Club)