Woody Allen is asking cancel culture “foolish” after being dogged by decades-old sex abuse allegations from his adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow.

The 87-year-old filmmaker made the assertion Sunday in an interview with Variety at the Venice Film Festival, the place he’s selling his new film, “Coup de Chance.”

“I really feel in case you’re going to be canceled, that is the culture to be canceled by. I simply discover that every one so foolish,” Allen informed the outlet, after the interviewer requested if he felt like he had been “canceled.”

“I don’t give it some thought,” he added. “I don’t know what it means to be canceled. I do know that through the years the whole lot has been the identical for me. I make my motion pictures. What has modified is the presentation of the movies.”

He continued to elucidate that the whole lot about his course of is similar, from writing the script to taking pictures it — however the presentation has been the “huge change.”

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Speaking with Variety at the Venice Film Festival, Allen disregarded cancel culture as “foolish.”

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Allen insists he doesn’t “assume” about cancel culture.
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In the brand new interview, Allen as soon as once more denied abuse allegations that resurfaced within the 2021 HBO docuseriesAllen v. Farrow.”

In 1992, Farrow, then 7, claimed that Allen had molested her.

The accusation got here as Allen break up from Mia Farrow amid revelations that Allen had an affair with Farrow’s then 22-year-old adopted daughter, Soon-Yi, whom he later married.

A Connecticut prosecutor determined after an investigation in 1993 not to charge Allen. New York baby welfare investigators dropped their inquiry as nicely.

In 2017, Farrow penned an op-ed for the Los Angeles Times, questioning why the #MeToo motion had seemingly “spared” Allen.

Farrow, now 38, sat for her first TV interview in January 2018, with Gayle King for “CBS This Morning.”

Photo of Woody Allen.
During the Variety interview, he as soon as once more denied the abuse allegations, which resurfaced within the 2021 HBO documentary “Allen v. Farrow.”

Fans at a premiere of "Coup de Chance."
He’s additionally pondering retirement at 87.

“My response has all the time been the identical,” Allen informed Variety, partially, concerning the allegations. “The scenario has been investigated by two folks, two main our bodies, not folks, however two main investigative our bodies.

“And each, after lengthy detailed investigations, concluded there was no advantage to those expenses, that, you recognize, is strictly as I wrote in my guide, ‘Apropos of Nothing.’ There was nothing to it.”

Allen’s new film, his fiftieth characteristic movie, is totally in French.

While talking with Variety, he urged that he could also be nearing retirement, and “Coup de Chance” could also be one in all his closing initiatives.

While the filmmaker was met with some acclaim at the Venice Film Festival, together with a prolonged standing ovation, per Rolling Stone, some have been angered by his presence.

During the world premiere of “Coup de Chance” on Monday, protesters gathered close to the crimson carpet earlier than being escorted out by police, in line with the Hollywood Reporter.

The group, which was famous to be round 20 folks, reportedly shouted phrases like “No rape culture” and “The alpha male doesn’t exist.”

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