Alec Baldwin has made an announcement related to interviewing ace filmmaker Woody Allen, who had faced the backlash when his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow, had claimed that he had sexually abused her as a child. As per the reports, the backlash had been recently renewed with the 2021 release of docuseries ‘Allen v. Farrow, and in which his daughter Dylan along with her mother, Mia Farrow had further detailed the allegations which they had first come forward back in 1992.
The interview between Baldwin and Allen is going to take place on Instagram Live. Baldwin had made a video post, in which he announced saying, “I love you, Woody. Instagram, I’m with Woody, Tuesday, 10:30. Be there.”
Alec had made the announcement on Sunday night, on his Instagram profile that read, “Let me preface this by stating that I have ZERO INTEREST in anyone’s judgments and sanctimonious posts here. The post further read saying, I am OBVIOUSLY someone who has my own set of beliefs and COULD NOT CARE LESS about anyone else’s speculation. If you believe that a trial should be conducted by way of an documentary, that’s your issue.”
‘Allen v. Farrow’ had included, the unseen home video which showcased 7-year-old Farrow who was talking about the alleged assault shortly that took place after she claimed it had occurred. Well during the #MeToo movement, his 2019 film ‘A Rainy Day in New York’ was dropped with Hachette Book Group refusing to publish his memoir.
However on the other hand, Alec had denied the allegations and had labeled them as, “untrue and disgraceful” whereas in a statement following the release of the docuseries, as per the reports.
Alec Has been Subject of Controversy after the incident in Sets of “Rust”
Alec has also been recently the subject of the controversy. During October, he had held a ‘prop firearm’ which had shot the cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and had also injured director Joel Souza on the sets of the film ‘Rust.’ The Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office’s investigation into the incident is ongoing and, along with a wrongful death lawsuit which is filed by the Hutchins’ family against Baldwin, and the seven producers and other members from the crew of the film ‘Rust.’