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  1. Penelope Cruz Denies Inspiring 'To Rome With Love' Director Woody Allen: 'He Doesn't Have Muses' (Video)

    9:20 pm 6/20/2012

    The actress tells THR about reteaming with the famed auteur for the second time since her Oscar-winning turn in 2008's "Vicky Cristina Barcelona."Read more

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  2. Greta Gerwig Praises 'To Rome With Love' Director Woody Allen

    8:44 pm 6/20/2012

    From the red carpet screening of "To Rome with Love," Greta Gerwig tells THR about working with the movie's director. "He is a calm, collected, direct person," she says. "He's not all over the place, he's not constantly agonizing over things, he always knows what he wants." Read more

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  3. Penelope Cruz on 'To Rome With Love' Director Woody Allen

    7:52 pm 6/20/2012

    The actress shares what it's like working with the famed director and shrugs off the notion that she's one of his muses.Read more

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  4. Woody Allen on 'To Rome With Love' Star Alec Baldwin

    7:18 pm 6/20/2012

    On what it was like filming his new comedy in Rome, working with Alec Baldwin and the perks of being a celebrity.Read more

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  5. Ellen Page and Greta Gerwig on 'To Rome with Love'

    5:26 pm 6/20/2012

    Ellen Page and Greta Gerwig chat with THR about their new film 'To Rome with Love.'Read more

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  6. Woody Allen Son Slams Dad on Father's Day: 'Happy Brother-in-Law's Day'

    10:37 am 6/18/2012

    Ronan Farrow's mother, Mia Farrow, then retweets with one word: "Boom."Read more

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  7. Susan Sarandon Gets Karlovy Vary Lifetime Achievement Honor

    8:42 am 6/18/2012

    The actress will receive the Crystal Globe for outstanding artistic contribution to world cinema at the Czech Festival next month.Read more

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  8. Woody Allen on the Perks of Being a Celebrity: 'The Bad Stuff is Greatly Outweighed By the Dinner Reservations'

    4:19 pm 6/16/2012

    Promoting his new film, "To Rome With Love," the venerated filmmaker admits that the disparity between being famous and ordinary is "kind of disgusting – but I can’t say I don’t enjoy it."Read more

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