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Amazon to release Woody Allen's next film


The romantic comedy, starring Jeannie BerlinSteve CarellJesse EisenbergBlake LivelyParker PoseyKristen StewartCorey Stoll and Ken Stott, will be released theatrically this summer


SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 18, 2016-- (NASDAQ:AMZN) -- Woody Allen's latest as yet untitled feature film has been acquired for all North American rights, including theatrical and streaming, by Amazon Studios. The film, shot last summer on location in New York and Los Angeles, is a romantic comedy staged in the 1930s and stars Jeannie BerlinSteve CarellJesse EisenbergBlake LivelyParker PoseyKristen StewartCorey Stoll, and Ken Stott.
Amazon will open the film this summer with a traditional, nationwide theatrical release. Following its theatrical run, it will become available exclusively to Prime members through Prime Video.

"Like all beginning relationships, there is much hope, mutual affection, and genuine goodwill -- the lawsuits come later," said Allen.

"Woody Allen is a brilliant filmmaker," said Roy Price, Head of Amazon Studios. "We're so proud to be in business with him for both his next film and his first ever TV series."
Allen is also writing and directing an untitled six-episode television series for Amazon starring himself, Elaine May, andMiley Cyrus. It is executive produced by Erika Aronson, produced by Helen Robin, and begins shooting next month.

Producers of the new film include Allen's longtime collaborator, Letty Aronson, as well as Steve Tenenbaum and Edward Walson. Executive producers are Ronald L. ChezAdam B. Stern, and Marc I. Stern. The deal was negotiated by John Burnham and Jessica Lacy of ICM Partners and Erika Aronson of Taborlake on behalf of the filmmakers.

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