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April 25, 2006
'Unexpected Dreams: Songs from the Stars'

April 25, 2006
'Match Point' Out on DVD

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Match Point
Status DVD out 4/25
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The Black Dahlia
Status To be released 9/15
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Status Post-Production
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Status Post-Production
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The Nanny Diaries
Status Filming begins in April
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Status Filming begins in June
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Napoleon and Betsy
Status Announced
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Director Woody Allen
Writing Credits Woody Allen
Co-Stars Hugh Jackman, Romola Garai, Woody Allen
Genre Comedy
Country UK / USA

Described as "a light comedy about sex, love, suspense and murder," Scoop follows an American student of journalism played by Scarlett abroad in London, who begins investigating a series of murders and falls in love with an English aristocrat.

Scarlett's Role
Scarlett plays an American student.

On filming a comedy with Allen "I mean, its different working with Woody as an actor, because I get to spend more time with him. Which is great. Its a little bit different doing a comedy with him, because hes a comic master and thats his gift. He knows... hes very definite about timing: 'We have to make this scene move faster, because its fitting right in after this one. Dont give me the punchline before I get in the phrase.' Its just a little more mechanical, but it wasnt a totally different experience. I was working more, so I had more direction from Woody, but most of that was just 'pass the jam' sort of thing."

"We finished it. No, its finished. We dont do pick ups on a Woody Allen film. There is no such thing. No, when you are done, youre done. You finish on time. You shoot a 12-hour day, five days a week. Its very humane. And if he doesnt like something in dailies then we just go back and reshoot it, he makes time for it. And he has so much time for it, because he has no set up for anything. You have the whole day to reshoot whatever you might need to. Were done. You dont even do looping actually. Its wonderful."