Producer Woody Allen has no plan to resign from movies and says he may “Probably die” the center of a motion picture shoot.
During the San Sebastian Film Festival where he propelled his next element film, featuring Gina Gershon and Christoph Waltz, the 83-year-old entertainer was solicited whether he had thought from resigning in view of the troubles, he has been looking over the claims of sexual behavior against him, detailed a source.
“I never think of retiring, it’s not just something that has occurred to me… My philosophy, since I started many years ago in show business, is that no matter what happens is to keep focused on my work.
“No matter what happens in my life with my wife, children, current events, politics or illness, I focus on my work and that’s all that really absorbs my time and effort seven days a week. I deal mostly with human relations, people and comedy. So I don’t think of retiring. I’ll probably die in the midst of setting a film shot one day on the set, making a movie,” the veteran chief said.
Dylan Farrow, his adoptive daughter, has blamed the executive for sexually harassing her in the mid-1990s while she was a kid.
She repeated her cases in a 2014 New York Times opinion piece and different articles. The charges got steam in the wake of the #MeToo uprising in Hollywood.