Sony Pictures Classics Will Distribute Woody Allen's 'Nero Fiddled'
by Ethan Anderton
December 21, 2011
After having the title changed from The Bop Decameron to Nero Fiddled back in October, the next project from Woody Allen is now even closer to a reality as Sony Pictures Classics has just announced that it will distribute Allen's film in North America and The United Kingdom. Following the recent success of Midnight in Paris, which just received four Golden Globe nominations, Sony is eager to get back in the saddle with Allen. This will actually mark their fifth collaboration after You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, Whatever Works, Sweet and Lowdown and the aforementioned comedy starring Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams.
Though no plot has yet been revealed, the cast is reason enough to see the flick as it includes Alec Baldwin, Roberto Benigni, Penelope Cruz, Judy Davis, Jesse Eisenberg, Greta Gerwig, Alison Pill, and Ellen Page. Sony is excited and is already giving the film praise saying, "More laughs in this one than you can imagine. We know it's a bit premature, but thank you Woody and company, for granting us the perfect summer comedy of 2012. Keep ’em coming." Meanwhile, Allen politely says, "I’ve had a number of very good experiences working with Sony Classics, culminating most recently with Midnight in Paris. They seem to be very sensitive to the kind of films I make, and I'm looking forward to working with them now again.” I'm always looking forward to Woody Allen's next film.
With his ups and downs, Allen is still great. can't understand how can he manages to make a film per year, and really don´t understand why is not so well considerated in The USA. People accuses him to make the same movie again, bit they dont seem to worry about endless spiderman films or just action films indistinguishable one from another.
Jmpinzones on Dec 22, 2011
I would love to see Allen in front of the screen again.
jb1085 on Dec 22, 2011
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