Woody Allen 'beats himself up' over every project
Woody Allen "beats himself up" over every movie he makes, according to actor John Magaro.
Woody Allen "beats himself up" over every project, according to actor John Magaro.
The 80-year-old actor and filmmaker works himself up into a frenzy over ever project he is set to complete and always doubts his ability to produce a successful final product, and was even tempted to stop filming for his first television series 'Crisis in Six Scenes' featuring Miley Cyrus.
Speaking about the film director, Magaro said: "I feel like Woody says that about everything. I feel like every project he gets onto he beats himself up over and thinks why's he doing it. But I also feel like he loves the work. Every year he puts out a film. And this year, he put out a film [and a] TV series. He's already on to the next [film]."
This news comes after Allen said shouldn't have signed himself up to create the six-part American show because he didn't expect it to be such "hard work".
Speaking at the 'Crisis in Six Scenes' New York Premier, he told The Hollywood Reporter: "It's much harder than I thought. I thought, 'Oh I do a movie all the time, and I've gotten so that I can do them,' and I thought 'Television, just six half hours, I can knock that off as if it's nothing.' But it wasn't nothing.
"It was very hard work and I struggled and worked hard and it was much harder work than a movie and even more because you have to begin and end all of the time. It was a big nuisance. I mean I couldn't just phone it in, to say the least."
And Allen has revealed he feared the programme would be a "cosmic embarrassment".
Speaking previously, he said: "I don't watch any of those television series, so I don't know what I'm doing. I'm floundering. I expect this to be a cosmic embarrassment."