Woody Allen Eyeing Copenhagen for Next Film?

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Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American and U.K. rights to Woody Allen's next film, "Nero Fiddled." It will be Allen's fifth feature to be released by SPC. Alec Baldwin, Penelope Cruz and Jesse Eisenberg lead an ensemble cast in the Rome-set story.

UPDATED: "Nero Fiddled," Allen's follow up to his Oscar-nominated "Midnight in Paris," is set in Rome.

COLOGNE, Germany -- Woody Allen could be looking to continue his tour of great European capitals. The Oscar-winning director reportedly is eyeing Copenhagen as the location for his next, still-untitled feature.

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If true, it would be Allen's first film set in Denmark and would follow Allen's Oscar-nominated take on France in Midnight in Paris, the London of You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger and Match Point, the Spanish setting of Vicky Cristina Barcelona and Rome, where his upcoming feature Nero Fiddled, starring Ellen Page, Penelope Cruz and Jesse Eisenberg, is set.

According to Danish sources, Letty Aronson, producer of all of Allen's European-set features, which started with 2005's Match Point, is in talks with Per Holst -- the producer of Oscar-winner Pelle The Conqueror (1987) -- for a 2013 shoot in the Danish capital.

Aronson, however, told THR she was not in contact with Holst and that Allen had no plans to set his next film in Copenhagen.