The latest Woody Allen movie has been archived & # 39; indefinitely by Amazon after the #MeToo movement again highlighted accusations of sexual abuse against the director
- Woody Allen's film A Rainy Day in New York had been prepared for a release in 2018
- Now Amazon has revealed that "a release date for the movie has never been established"
- The movie, starring Selena Gomez and Jude Law, ended filming last fall
- That was before the #MeToo movement again highlighted the accusations of sexual abuse against Allen.
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Woody Allen's latest film can never be released, even though Amazon already bought it for $ 25 million.
A rainy day in New York had been set for a launch in 2018, but now Amazon has archived it indefinitely, reports Page Six.
The film, starring Selena Gomez, Timothée Chalamet, Jude Law and Elle Fanning, concluded in the fall of last year.
Woody Allen's Last Motive, A Rainy Day in New York, has been shelved indefinitely by Amazon
That was just before the #MeToo movement again highlighted the allegations of sexual abuse that Allen's adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, has made against him.
Now, Amazon told Page Six that "a release date for the movie has never been set."
Allen still has three films in his contract with Amazon, but the agreement is now "in limbo."
The film concluded in the fall of last year. In the photo, Jude Law and Elle Fanning on the set
The 82-year-old director currently has no movies to be released this year or in 2019, according to IMDb.
Meanwhile, Amazon is reportedly in talks with Paramount and Sony about creating original content for their service.