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Jan 2012
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from The Hollywood Reporter / by Gregg Kilday Out of a lifelong love affair with Paris, the director opens up to THR on the motivation behind the award contending film, why he was smitten with Owen Wilson’s West Coast vibe and his blissful defiance of his sister’s concerns. If the making of Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris were itself a Woody Allen movie, it would start something like this: After

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Aug 2011
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An international traveler reaches into the snack bowl at an airport bar before passing her credit card to a waiter. A business meeting begins with a round of handshakes. A man coughs on a crowded bus… One contact. One instant. And a lethal virus is transmitted. When Beth Emhoff (Gwyneth Paltrow) returns to Minneapolis from business in Hong Kong, what she thought was jet lag takes a virulent turn. Two

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May 2011
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From Production Notes Even for people who have never been to Paris, the name of the city is more than a metaphor for magic—it’s almost a synonym. Certainly there’s no better place on earth that Woody Allen could have chosen for his new romantic comedy than Paris. It is a city with a unique mythology and heritage, celebrated for the extraordinary beauty of its streets, boulevards and gardens, as well

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May 2011
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from Reuters / by Gregg Kilday LOS ANGELES – Nine years after Woody Allen’s “Hollywood Ending” raised the curtain on the Cannes Film Festival, the director returns to the French resort for Wednesday’s opening-night festivities with “Midnight in Paris,” starring Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams. Allen recently talked about searching for a storyline that would do justice to the City of Lights, why he cast French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy,

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Apr 2011
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from EFE / by Florencia Maldjian In which way is this film more personal that what you’ve done before? Because there is a lot of myself into the characters. I put a lot of myself because some of the scenes in the film are some of the scenes that I’ve lived as a human being, or I saw those scenes in my friends’ life and so it’s, yeah, it’s quite