Actress and activist Mia Farrow revealed son Ronan Farrow may be Frank Sinatra’s child, not director Woody Allen. Farrow told Vanity Fair‘s November issue that Sinatra is “possibly” the father of Ronan, 25, but says no paternity tests were ever done.
After divorcing second husband Andre Previn in 1979, Farrow began her long-term relationship with Allen, starring in 13 of his films. Ronan, whose original name was Satchel, was born in 1987.
Allen sets the record straight that it wasn’t about a new project… not yet, anyway. “No, no, but I wouldn’t hesitate to use her. She's a wonderful actress… that was just a social dinner.”
“Extra’s” Ben Lyons hit the red carpet at the L.A. Film Festival with the cast of Woody Allen’s “To Rome with Love.”
Photos! L.A. Premiere of 'To Rome with Love'
Watch the video to find out which actress Woody finds “flawless,” and more!
Matt Damon and Josh Brolin joked during a sit-down interview with Entertainment Weekly about their best screen collaborations. Brolin dished details about his upcoming movie with Woody Allen, only for Damon to step in and reveal his encounter with the film icon. Hear the entire story in this Raw interview!
It was no surprise that "Whatever Works" writer and director Woody Allen and star Larry David had trouble being serious with "Extra" on the red carpet for the flick's Big Apple premiere. Plus, will Woody make an appearance on Larry's hit, "Curb Your Enthusiam"?
"Seinfeld" creator Larry David is used to being behind the scenes, with the exception of his TV hit "Curb Your Enthusiasm." But now he's starring in a major motion picture -- with Woody Allen at the helm!
Check out this raw video from the premiere of "Whatever Works," a romantic comedy starring David as a brilliant physicist involved with a young woman, played by Evan Rachel Wood.
Freida Pinto wowed audiences as the gorgeous Latika in "Slumdog Millionaire" -- now the beauty has signed on to work with one of Hollywood's legendary directors!
According to Variety, Pinto will take on the "ingénue" role in Woody's unnamed project. The film will also star Naomi Watts, Josh Brolin and Anthony Hopkins.
Before Pinto's project, Allen will release "Whatever Works," his follow-up to the critically acclaimed "Vicky Cristina Barcelona," which garnered an Oscar for Penélope Cruz.