That Selena Gomez & Elle Fanning Woody Allen Movie May Never See The Light Of Day
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The movie, which also features actors Jude Law and Timothée Chalamet, was slated to be released in 2018 but, as sources told Page Six, “no release date has ever been set.” When reached for comment, representation for Amazon confirmed that the movie indeed does not have a release date. The company reportedly spent $25 million on the project and could stand to lose even more money if it terminates its deal to distribute three future Allen projects in the future, according to
Despite the fact that the allegations have floated around Hollywood for decades, it took the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements to elicit a response from the cast. Some, such as Chalamet,
to charitable organizations like
. Meanwhile, Gomez has said she’s “
” questions concerning the allegations against Allen. Weeks later, her mother, Mandy Teefy, wrote in a (now-deleted) comment on Instagram that while she
, Gomez ignored her advice. “No one controls her. She makes all her own decisions,” Teefy said.
Should Amazon decide to shelve A Rainy Day In New York indefinitely, the company would be demonstrating that it takes sexual misconduct allegations seriously and that it won’t reward alleged offenders by giving them a platform.