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    Woody Allen never imagined his relationship with Soon-Yi Previn would develop into what it has become. The 79-year-old director recently opened up about their connection during an interview with NPR.

    He explained, "I'm 35 years older, and somehow, through no fault of mine or hers, the dynamic worked. I was paternal. She responded to someone who was paternal. She deferred to me, and I was happy to give her an enormous amount of decision-making just as a gift and let her take charge of so many things. She flourished. It was just a good luck thing." Woody continued, "I started the relationship with her and I thought it would just be a fling. It wouldn't be serious, but it had a life of its own. And I never thought it would be anything more. Then we started going together, then we started living together, and we were enjoying it. And the age difference didn't seem to matter. It seemed to work in our favor actually. She enjoyed being introduced to many, many things that I knew from experience, and I enjoyed showing her those things. She took them, and outstripped me in certain areas that I showed her. That's why I'm a big believer in luck. I feel that you can't orchestrate those things. Two people come along and they have a trillion exquisite needs and neuroses and nuances and they have to mesh, and if one of them doesn't mesh, it causes a lot of trouble. It's like the trace vitamin not being in your body. It's a tiny little thing, but if you don't have it you die."

    • Soon-Yi is the adopted daughter of Woody's ex, Mia Farrow, from her marriage to composer Andre Previn. She spoke on their relationship with Time magazine back in 1992 saying, "To think that Woody was in any way a father or stepfather to me is laughable."
    • Woody and Soon-Yi married in 1997 and have two adopted children together.


    A new lawsuit filed by James Woods may have social media trolls thinking twice about the things they post. The 68-year-old has filed a $10 million lawsuit against a Twitter user named "Abe List" for calling him a cocaine addict.

    The lawsuit was filed on Wednesday (July 29th) in L.A.'s Superior Court demanding "legal action from the publication of a malicious and fabricated statement by a coward individual who hides behind the Twitter name 'Abe List' to falsely accuse and humiliate others who dare to harbor opinions different than his own." The court documents state, "On July 15, 2015, AL stepped over the line by falsely accusing actor James Woods of being a cocaine addict...with a message sent to thousands of AL's followers and hundreds of thousands of Woods' followers. Mr. Woods is not now, nor has ever been a cocaine addict, and AL had no reason to believe otherwise. Rather, AL's outrageous claim is the culmination of a malicious on-line campaign to discredit and damage Woods' reputation, a campaign which began as early as December 2014. It has clearly escalated behind the protections of free speech, and AL must now be held accountable for the millions in damages he has caused. By this lawsuit, Woods intends to unmask and reveal AL for the liar he is, and to recover in excess of $10 million in damages caused by AL's outrageous conduct. AL's reckless and malicious behavior, through the worldwide reach of the internet, has now jeopardized Woods' good name and reputation… AL, and anyone else using social media to propagate lies and do harm, should take note. They are not impervious to the law."

    • Abe List's recent tweet was a response to James' own messages about the media posted several weeks ago. The account has been disabled but had previously claimed to belong to a Harvard-educated man living in L.A. and working in finance. His bio briefly read "Freedom is not needing to be liked. Winding down and leaving twitter soon." before the account disappeared.


    LUPITA NYONG'O TO DO AN OFF-BROADWAY SHOW: Lupita Nyong'o has signed on to make her debut on the New York star in a new drama called Eclipsed. The show was written by The Walking Dead's Danai Gurira. Previews will begin on September 29th and the show is expected to run through November 8th. The play is described as a story of survival and resilience in Africa.

    FORMER 'GOOD WIFE' STAR HEADS TO 'BROOKLYN NINE-NINE': The Good Wife's Archie Panjabi has landed a new gig on Fox's Brooklyn Nine-Nine. She will guest star as Lieutenant Knox -- an officer who has a crush on Joe Lo Truglio's Detective Boyle. The episode will air on October 4th.

    DESTINATION AMERICA TO AIR 'EXORCISM: LIVE!': Destination America has announced plans to air a special in October called Exorcism: Live!. The show will explore the original home in St. Louis where Roland Doe was exorcised in 1949 -- the ritual that inspired the hit film. The Tennessee Wraith Chasers and psychic medium Chip Coffey will join forces to make their way through the house using state of the art technology to investigate the presence of demonic entities.

    CW DEVELOPING 'LITTLE WOMEN' SERIES: The CW is developing a series based on Louisa May Alcott's Little Women. The project is being described as a "hyper-stylized, gritty adaptation" set on the streets of a dystopian Philadelphia. The script is being written by Alexis Jolly. Little Women was first published back in 1868.

    RHYS IFANS JOINS 'BERLIN STATION': Amazing Spider-Man star Rhys Ifans has signed on to star in Berlin Station -- the first original scripted drama for Epix. The show follows a case officer who is trying to uncover the leak of classified information from a CIA foreign outpost in Berlin. Richard Jenkins co-stars. It is expected to premiere in the fall of 2016.


    Ben Affleck may be denying he and his family's former nanny had any kind of romantic relationship but her friends reportedly knew about the fling. Sources are telling People magazine that Christine Ouzounian apparently did not hold back in talking about her situation with the Oscar-winner.

    One source close to Christine has said that their romance started last spring after she was hired and they would meet up at the Hotel Bel Air. The alleged friend added, "It's been going on for a long time. For Christine, it was a relationship. A friend warned her she was going to end up heartbroken. Christine is in love with him."

    • It is even rumored that she spent time with Ben and the kids in the Bahamas in June before Jennifer Garner flew down to join her family.
    • Despite all of the gossip, Ben's rep continues to call the story "baseless and untrue."

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