This Aug. 27, 2013 file photo shows director and actor Woody Allen at the French premiere of "Blue Jasmine," in Paris. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena, File)
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Woody Allen will make his first foray onto the small screen, writing and directing an online series for Amazon.com, the latest coup by deep-pocketed cable and streaming companies in luring the biggest names in film to television.Allen's yet-to-be titled series will be a half-hour, Amazon said, adding that casting announcements would be made in the future."My guess is that Roy Price will regret this," he added, referring to the vice-president of Amazon Studios.Known for his ironic insight into contemporary life, Allen has starred in many of his own films, including generation-defining comedies like "Annie Hall". The show's lead, Jeffrey Tambor, also won a Globe for best actor in a TV comedy series.
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