After the producers and actors boycott, also now publishers, the American film director Woody Allen. He will find no one that his memoirs are going to publish, “The New York Times’.
None has made an offer, writes the Times. Some say that they even have the text not to have read. The five major publishers in the U.S., HarperCollins, Hachette, Macmillan, Simon & Schuster and Penguin Random House, would not comment on the request of the French news agency AFP.
Since the #MeToo-wave was initiated, came the allegations of sexual abuse that allen’s adoptiedochter Dylan in 1992 had launched back to the top. There were at that time two of the studies against him, which some months lasted, but ultimately without effect remained. Dylan Farrow, supported by her adoptive mother Mia Farrow and brother Ronan Farrow, brought the accusations beginning in 2018 under the attention. Woody Allen has always denied.
Although the facts are not proven, was the tarnished image of Woody Allen enough for several actors and actresses to the audience away from him. They would not cooperate with him. In early February, won Woody Allen Amazon to court for breach of contract. The internetgigant had committed to four films of Woody Allen to fund, but came back to it.