Following “Manhattan” and “Annie Hall,” it seemed Allen could do no wrong. Even after his break with Mia Farrow in 1992, and his eyebrow-raising marriage to her adopted daughter, Soon-Yi Previn (they have a 35 year age difference), he not only continued working but attracted A-list talent to his projects. Even the year when his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow wrote a scathing op-ed for The New York Times accusing him of sexual molestation, he won an Oscar for writing “Midnight in Paris” and was nominated for “Blue Jasmine” two years later. But in 2020 his memoir, “Apropos of Nothing,” was dropped by Hachette Publishing after protests by employees, and a 2021 HBO documentary, “Allen vs. Farrow,” was, according to the Independent, “the death knell for Woody Allen’s career." While he’s still working, many stars have publicly denounced him, with Timothy Chalamet donating his fee for appearing in “A Rainy Day in New York.” His last film, 2020’s “Rifkin’s Festival” made only $2.3 million and had poor reviews, with some calling the film his worst.