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Woody Allen was seen walking the streets of Paris with his wife Soon-Yi Previn on Thursday.
The 86-year-old director was seen in the French capital as filming began on his latest thriller Wasp 22 after confirming he had “no intention of retiring” after its completion.
Woody donned a smart display in a navy sweater with a pale blue shirt layered underneath.
New project: Woody Allen, 86, was seen walking the streets of Paris with his wife Soon-Yi Previn, 51, on Thursday
He added a pair of khaki corduroy trousers and tan suede trainers, completing his look with a taupe bucket hat.
Soon-Yi chose a pink knit sweater with burnt orange pants and a navy hat.
The New York native is in town as he begins work on his 50th film, which he compares to his late-career work Match Point.
At work: The director was spotted in the French capital as filming began on his latest thriller, Wasp 22, after he confirmed he had ‘no intention of retiring’ after its completion
This comes after a statement from a director’s representative on Monday making it clear that Woody will not be retiring.
In an interview with the Spanish newspaper La Vanguardia, he was quoted as saying: “My idea is basically not to make more films and to focus on writing.”
The statement read: “Woody Allen never said he was retiring, nor did he say he was writing a new novel.
“He said he’s considering not making movies because making movies that go straight or very quickly to streaming platforms isn’t that enjoyable for him as he’s a big movie buff.”
Still working: This comes as a rep for the director released a statement on Monday clarifying that Woody will not be retiring
It concluded: “He has no intention of retiring at the moment and is very excited to be in Paris shooting his new film, which will be his 50th.”
The writer and director claim that the plot will be “exciting, dramatic and also very sinister” and describe it as something similar to the thriller Match Point, which won the Goya Award for Best European Film in 2006.
In an Instagram Live chat from June with actor Alec Baldwin — who has appeared in several of his films — the struggling writer-director hinted at his career center, saying the “thrill is gone” due to a decline in theater. will attempt.
“A lot of the thrill is gone,” the director admitted. “Now you make a movie and you get a few weeks in a theater, then you move to streaming or pay-per-view. Is not the same. I don’t like it that much.
Statement: A rep said he was “thinking about not making movies because making movies that go directly or very quickly to streaming platforms isn’t that enjoyable for him”