A fluffy puppy will solve every problem!
She shared the photo on Instagram Monday and originally captioned it, "My new best friend" before changing it to "baby girl."
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What horrible news!
On Wednesday, Mia Farrow's son — Thaddeus Farrow (center) — died at Danbury Hospital in Connecticut. He was 27.
According to authorities, Thaddeus — originally from Calcutta, India — passed away from a life-threatening injury he suffered in his car.
The actress became his legal guardian in 1994. Farrow — who is paraplegic from polio — is one of 10 children Mia adopted.
He was adopted shortly after the Rosemary Baby star's divorce from Woody Allen in 1992.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Thaddeus' family during this difficult time.
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Well, this is disappointing.
"What I love about Woody Allen is that he's never putting anything on. He's never fake and he's exactly who he is through and through. For me, I have the highest respect of anyone who is truly themselves. He even runs his set in a way that is truly him. He's super-resourceful and he's not over the top."
It's unnerving to hear the actress gush over someone who's been repeatedly accused of sexual misconduct. Earlier this year, Ronan Farrow, Dylan's brother, even wrote an essay slamming Hollywood stars who still choose to work with the director, because by doing so they were actively endorsing him and his earlier actions.
Miley herself is a vocal advocate against injustice, and recently said she wouldn't do red carpets anymore because there were so many bigger issues in the world.
How can she be critical of red carpets but not of a man who has repeatedly been accused of child molestation? It doesn't make any sense.
Though it's too late to back out of the series now, we hope the 23-year-old thinks about her actions going forward.
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Woody Allen wishes to be removed from this narrative.
As you know, the director's estranged son Ronan Farrow released a poignant essay back in May on the alleged sexual abuse the Oscar-winner inflicted upon his sister, Dylan Farrow. Allen responded shortly after by saying he has "so moved on" and he "never thinks about it." Hmm.
In a new interview with The Guardian, the 80-year-old reiterated the point that he doesn't want to be bothered with the allegations that have been following him for years.
Dismissing the abuse claims as "tabloid stupidity," the annoyed Café Society narrator — who was described by the interviewer as "weary, sad, flat" — said:
Speaking with Hamptons magazine this week, the 28-year-old gushed (again) about working with the "empowering" movie maker, who has been plagued with sexual assault allegations, while filming the upcoming 1930s drama Café Society.
Miz Lively shared:
"[Woody] creates a very pleasant set where everybody's just happy to be there and happy to be making a movie, and happy to be a part of film history. For him to have that confidence in you almost gives you the confidence in yourself to just go with the flow. And those are the moments that he really likes, the found moments, the moments that aren't written but just happen."
Cannes was certainly not drama free this year as a rape joke at the opening ceremony and a letter penned by Ronan Farrow thrust the allegations of sexual assault against Roman Polanski and Woody Allen back into the headlines.
As a result, several actors who've worked with Allen have since been asked about the separate controversies. On Monday, Adrien Brody addressed the topic on Jenny McCarthy's radio show Dirty, Sexy, Funny, and suggested that an artist's personal life should be separated from their body of work. Oh no.
In case you forgot, Brody won an Oscar for his role in Polanski's film The Pianist and previously made Midnight In Paris with Allen. The A-lister explained:
On Sunday, The Meddler actress told the world how she really feels about the controversial director during Variety and Kering's Women in Motion sit down with her Thelma & Louise costar Geena Davis at the Cannes Film Festival. Whoa.
The 69-year-old shared:
The Cannes Film Festival sure has managed to stir up a lot of controversy!
While helping to promote the film she directed, Money Monster, Foster sat down during Variety and Kering's Women in Motion talk to slam male filmmakers for relying too heavily on rape as motivational backstory for female characters.
The 53-year-old also dished on the shifting business of the entertainment world and claimed that "studio executives are scared" of women.
Ch-ch-check out Foster's AH-Mazing interviews (below) and let us know your thoughts on the matter!