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Woody Allen has “no intention” of retiring.

The 86-year-old director was just lately quoted by Spanish newspaper La Vanguardia as saying the movie he’s at present engaged on, ‘Wasp 22’, can be his final as he needed to deal with writing as an alternative, however he has now insisted that’s not the case.

An announcement issued on behalf of the ‘Match Level’ filmmaker mentioned: “Woody Allen by no means mentioned he was retiring, nor did he say he was writing one other novel. He mentioned he was occupied with not making movies, as making movies that go straight or in a short time to streaming platforms isn’t so gratifying for him, as he is a superb lover of the cinema expertise. At present, he has no intention of retiring and could be very excited to be in Paris taking pictures his new film, which would be the fiftieth.”

Within the feedback revealed in Spain, the ‘Annie Corridor’ director mentioned the potential for writing a novel.

He was quoted as saying: “I do not know if I’ll write extra memoirs, I do not assume so. My subsequent movie might be quantity 50, I believe it is a good time to cease. My thought, in precept, is to not make extra motion pictures and deal with writing, these tales and, effectively, now I am considering extra of a novel, which might be my first novel.”

Woody expressed his disappointment with the best way the “movie enterprise” has modified in fashionable occasions.

He added: “However movie enterprise has modified, human tales are now not so fascinating. Within the US, many cinemas have closed. I think about it would have a whole lot of humour as a result of that is what comes naturally to me.

“However, if I had a really severe thought, I would not hesitate to do the identical factor I did in a few of my movies, the intense calls. [My 50th movie] might be just like [2005 thriller] ‘Match Level’, thrilling, dramatic, and in addition sinister.”

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