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Woody in the News: Muse Edition

My embarrassingly comprehensive affinity for all things Woody Allen re-emerges today with the news that he will join Steve Martin and Martin Short among the presenters at Lincoln Center's gala tribute to Diane Keaton on April 7. The classy black-tie affair has a few tickets remaining at $75; you big spenders who want to clink champagne glasses with Ms. Keaton and ask her point blank why a nice girl like Kay Adams ever went back to Michael Corleone can attend the tribute and the subsequent dinner dance at the New York State Theater for $1,250. Expect Allen to slay the crowd with a few minutes of neurotic, hand-waving banter introducing a segment of clips from his and Keaton's seven-film collaboration; more presenters' names are forthcoming, which The Reeler will have along with coverage of the tribute next month.

Meanwhile, it appears that contemporary Woody can't get enough of Scarlett Johansson; ScreenDaily is reporting (via CHUD) that Allen is looking to rejoin his "recent muse" on the set of his upcoming, untitled, "romantic but serious" film shooting this summer in Barcelona. As noted here previously, "future muse" Penelope Cruz is attached, as is "would-be muse" Javier Bardem.

Posted at March 8, 2007 2:44 PM

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