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Michael Caine on Woody Allen : 'I wouldn't work with him again'
Michael Caine , an Oscar winner for his role in Woody Allen 's 1986 film "Hannah and Her Sisters," has become the latest star to denounce the controversial director. The English actor, 84, told The Guardian on Sunday that he won't work with the director again. "I am so stunned," Caine responded
Donald Trump's many appearances on 'The View'
"The View" co-hosts take a look back at our now-president's many visits to the show.
Super Bowl halftime: Will Janet Jackson appear in Justin Timberlake's performance?
"The View" co-hosts discuss whether Jackson belongs at this year's Super Bowl halftime show.
Rose McGowan shares her thoughts on Time's Up movement
McGowan joined "The View" to discuss her thoughts on non-disclosure agreements and what her movement, 'Rose's Army,' stands for.
Diane Keaton defends 'friend' Woody Allen against molestation claim
Though many stars have spoken out against director Woody Allen in recent weeks, Diane Keaton took to social media Monday to defend him. Keaton, who has collaborated with Allen on several films and won an Oscar for her starring role in his 1978 movie "Annie Hall," tweeted that she is still standing
Stars who have spoken out about working with Woody Allen
Since the start of the #MeToo and Time's Up movements, there has been a reckoning in Hollywood, with celebrities telling their own stories of sexual harassment and reconsidering their colleagues who have been accused of wrongdoing. More recently, director Woody Allen has become the subject of many
Dylan Farrow accuses Woody Allen of sexual abuse in TV interview
For the first time on television, Dylan Farrow accused her adoptive father Woody Allen of sexual abuse . "I want to show my face and tell my story," Farrow told " CBS This Morning " earlier today. "I want to speak out. Literally." Now married and the mother of a 16-month-old girl, Farrow 32, told
Alec Baldwin criticizes public 'renunciation' of Woody Allen as 'unfair'
Alec Baldwin has called the public "renunciation" of Woody Allen and his work "sad" and "unfair," even as several actors have publicly distanced themselves from the director in recent days amid the resurfacing of sexual abuse allegations against him. "Woody Allen was investigated forensically by
Timothee Chalamet pledges to donate salary from Woody Allen film
The "Call Me By Your Name" star is the latest actor to speak against Allen.
Timothee Chalamet pledges to donate his salary from Woody Allen film to charity
"Call Me By Your Name" star Timothée Chalamet is the latest actor to publicly distance himself from director Woody Allen . The breakout star announced late last night that he will donate his salary from his role in Allen's latest film "A Rainy Day in New York" to charities that fight sexual abuse