FILE PHOTO: Director Woody Allen arrives for the screening of the film “Wonder Wheel” in the New York, New York, united states of america, November 14, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Woody Allen, the end of a $68 million lawsuit against the Amazon.com Inc., for the cancellation of a four-picture production and in the distribution agreement, refusal of payment of any film he’s done.
At all, and Amazon has reported that the federal district court in Manhattan late on Friday night that the lawsuit was voluntarily dismissed.
Attorneys for Allen and Amazon will not immediately respond to a Saturday request for comment.
All were charged with two Amazon units in February, claiming that she was not able to stop their own plans, which to be completed, “A Rainy Day in New York city,” for the sake of a “baseless” allegation that he had molested his adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, in 1992.
In the Amazon, supported by the court papers that Allen’s comments are in relation to the #MeToo movement, which began at the end of 2017, has meant that the company could never have expected the benefits of the agreement, All of which is the decision to end their relationship.
The director of the film has been denied the accusations made by Dylan Farrow, who was taken by her mother, Mia Farrow, who appeared in a dozen or so, All the movies, and it was his old partner. He has not been charged.
Allen has won four academy awards, including best director for 1977’s “Annie Hall,” which also won best picture.
But it has seen a modest commercial returns for many of the films, as it is to break up with Mia Farrow, and some of the actors and actresses have expressed regret for appearing in the films after Dylan Farrow’s allegation received a renewed attention.
“Rainy Day”, to be released outside of the United States of america, but it is not in their own country.
Reporting by Jonathan Stempel; Editing by Jonathan Oatis