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According to France24.com, Woody Allen will begin filming his latest film on July 9. No word when Scarlett will be flying to Spain.

US director Woody Allen will begin filming his new, as yet untitled film, starring Scarlett Johansson, in the Spanish city of Barcelona on July 9, production society Mediapro said Thursday.

Joining Johansson will be English actress Rebecca Hall as well as Spanish stars Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem.

Some scenes will be directed in the northern Spanish region of Asturias, where Allen spent Tuesday in the regional capital Oviedo seeking out sites to film in through to late August.

“The region of Asturias is magnificent. I always wanted to come to Spain to work and now I have the chance,” Spanish news media quoted Allen as saying.

The 71-year-old Academy Award-winning director is widely admired in Spain, and Oviedo itself boasts a lifesize bronze statue of him. Allen first visited the city to accept the Asturias prize for art in 2002.

1 Comment to "Allen Begins Filming in July"
  1. Don Strutz says:

    Please I Beg Ms. Johanson not to have anything to do with Al Gore.
    Notice how it is climate change and not global warming anymore? Know why?
    2 back to back years of record cold winters. And snow in June in Montanna.
    Know where the polar ice caps are melting? Mars.
    Pluto (no longer a planet and I’m mad at that) has risen 3 degrees in the last 30 years.
    Read the new ICPP report. The one Gore used is totally wrong. Notice the graph Gore called the “hockey stick” is no longer there. It was rigged by its creator to show the results.
    The sun’s magnetic field has doubled since1900. The middle ages were 30 -40 degrees warmer. The Bronze Age was 60 – 80 degrees warmer. Yet the polar bears made it just fine. In 2020 when the sunspots decline the Earth will cool and Gore will want us to burn more to stay warm.
    Please hon I beg you to leave this one alone.
    Stay Safe and use sunscreen

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