Soon-Yi Previn Donates Woody Allen To Nebbish Men’s Shelter
New York, NY -- As stars of Woody Allen’s upcoming film ‘A Rainy Day in New York’ continue to donate their entire paychecks to the Time’s Up organization and charities promoting anti-harassment and sexual violence, wife Soon-Yi Previn today revealed she has donated Mr. Allen to a local nebbish men’s shelter, ‘Forgotten Artifacts of Yesteryear.’
Ms. Previn felt empowered by the recent #MeToo movement and the selfless outpouring of many actors from Mr. Allen’s recent movies. The renowned director will now spend his days wandering the Bowery shelter, pondering life and death amongst other hopeless schlubs.
Mr. Allen still hopes to put out a film annually, however at this point he will need to not only star, write, direct, and produce, he also must do the lighting, cinematography, editing, title sequences, Foley effects, and fill every other job as he is currently really, really out of luck.
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