Woody allen and scarlett johansson dating
Allen: I've always wanted to do a film with Reese Witherspoon and Cate Blanchett. I've never had a single offer in my long career approaching that. It's the same typewriter, and I've typed every single thing I've ever written on it. I'm too old to be the romantic love interest in a movie, so the fun is sort of out of it. Allen: I feel I was equally good and bad in all of them. I can do it and I can do it well because it never ventures into the area of where I'm challenged. I've been good in all my films, but good for me has a ceiling on it. For instance, I said years ago, "Eighty percent of life is just showing up." That thing has been quoted 20 million times. I've said more profound things that have gotten their laughs in movies but have not made it to the pantheon of Bartlett's.I've done one or two things over the years for no money as a favor. And you would think there are certain parts around that I'd be a natural for: a college teacher, a shrink or a lowlife. Allen: You would think that the parts that Walter Matthau played at this point would come my way. MTV: Is there an underappreciated line we should shine a light on?
Besson has a blast with all the new things he makes the brain do. Lucy has super strength, too, so she uses it to dispose of the Korean gangsters. Lucy comes together so well, it’s impossible to critique it. It’s just very well put together, and how often can you say that about a movie with such seemingly low aspirations?Does it feel like these new locales have revitalized you at all?Woody Allen: As tempting as it is to think that, it's not really so.It fits the quirky, childlike energy of a Spike Jonze film to have Johansson make a voice over appearance like she’s working a Disney movie.However when talking about her best movies, let’s stick to the ones where she’s physically involved, so we’re able to appreciate both her beauty and her beautiful ability to act.