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    Woody Allen pays no mind to the criticism of his marriage to Soon-Yi Previn. He is profiled in the new issue of The Hollywood Reporter where he opens up about the controversial relationship.

    The 80-year-old director admits that he ignored all of the backlash surrounding the marriage saying, "I was immune, yes I was. You can see I worked right through that, undiminished. Made films all through those years and at the same rate I was making them. I'm good that way. I am very disciplined and very monomaniacal and compartmentalized." He goes on to say, "One of the great experiences of my life has been my wife. She had a very, very difficult upbringing in Korea: She was an orphan on the streets, living out of trash cans and starving as a 6-year-old. And she was picked up and put in an orphanage. And so I've been able to really make her life better. I provided her with enormous opportunities, and she has sparked to them. She's educated herself and has tons of friends and children and got a college degree and went to graduate school, and she has traveled all over with me now. She's very sophisticated and has been to all the great capitals of Europe. She has just become a different person. So the contributions I've made to her life have given me more pleasure than all my films."

    • When asked how she has changed him, he responds, "Well, she's given me a lot of pleasure. I adore her, and she's given me a wonderful life. We've been married 20 years. And we were together for a few years before that. And she has given me the great years of my life, personally. She's a great companion and a great wife. She has given me a stable and wonderful home life and great companionship. I guess whenever you meet somebody and they're the right person for you, there is a great emotional contribution they make to your life. I don't know if you could say she changed me. I don't know if I've changed. I might be the same person I was when I was 20. I'm not sure. I mean, I seem to have the same habits, the same work habits, the same phobias, the same enjoyments. I don't think I have changed much over the years at all. When you mention it, I try and think about the ways I've changed. I don't know if I've changed much."
    • Woody and Soon-Yi married in 1997. She is the adopted daughter of his ex-wife, Mia Farrow, and her previous husband, André Previn.


    Sean Penn has dropped his lawsuit against Lee Daniels following a public apology. The I Am Sam star has agreed to call off his $10 million defamation lawsuit in exchange for the mea culpa and a charitable donation which was brought on by Lee calling him a "wife beater" during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.

    Lee said in a joint statement, "I am sorry that I have hurt you Sean, and I apologize and retract my reckless statements about you. I, too, have been the subject of false attacks by others. My most important role is as a father, and it is important to me that my children learn that it is wrong to reference gossip as fact, as I did here. That can be very damaging and hurtful." He also said, "Domestic violence is a very serious issue. My comments were cavalier; it was not my intention to diminish the severity of the issue, but rather to express a view regarding the disparate treatment of men of color in our national conversation."

    • Sean responded, "I accept Lee's heartfelt apology and appreciate the sincerity with which it was delivered."
    • The Empire creator has also made a donation to Sean's Haitian Relief Organization.
    • Lee initially made the statement while defending Empire star Terrence Howard saying, "He ain't done nothing different than Marlon Brando or Sean Penn, and all of a sudden he's some f***in' demon."
    • Sean has frequently defended himself against the abuse rumors admitting that he has had his own issues with the law in the past but he has never been arrested or convicted of domestic violence. It has been rumored that he hit Madonna with a baseball bat when they were married back in 1987 but she submitted a document last December denying that the event ever took place.


    Dating as a teenager is tough. Dating as a teen celebrity is tougher. Chloe Grace Moretz appears in the new issue of InStyle UK where she discusses the awkwardness of dating as celebrity.

    The 19-year-old tells the magazine, "You already know what I look like in a bathing suit. You know what I look like in a sex scene. You know what I look like when I say 'I love you' to someone. You've already seen it all." She adds, "It creates a mass frenzy and they follow you in separate cars so you can't just run around and share little silly and cute moments."

    • Chloe is believed to be dating 17-year-old Brooklyn Beckham.


    Caitlyn Jenner will be the next member of the Kardashian/Jenner clan to strip down for the cameras.

    Us Weekly is reporting that she will appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated's summer issue sans clothing. Sources say she will be covered up by an American flag and her Olympic medal.
    This summer marks the 40th anniversary of when Caitlyn, formerly known as Bruce, took home the gold medal after setting a world decathlon record at the Montreal Summer Games in 1976.

    • Caitlyn wrote in a blog post last year that she keeps her medal stored away because she doesn't want her kids to think they need trophies to be considered successful. She also said in an accompanying video, "That was a great time in my life. But to be honest with you, it's even a greater time in my life right now with what I’m trying to accomplish."

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