I don't know if Marilyn Manson is locking Evan Rachel Wood in a box or if he threatened to do the same to Woody Allen, but both Woody and Evan Rachel Wood lasted about 30 seconds on the red carpet when faced with possible questions by reporters. According to the NY Post, at the Tribeca premiere of Woody's latest movie, Evan Rachel Wood posed for photos which I posted earlier this week. However, as soon as a reporter asked her a question, she covered her face with her hands and left. Her publicist said Evan Rachel felt "overcrowded." Uh huh. I think she just wanted to get out of doing any press and felt that was the best way. Apparently it was a simple question, and wasn't something complicated like how long does it take Marilyn to put on his makeup everyday.
So, the reporters all tried to ask Woody questions. Umm. That didn't work out so well either as he bolted from the premiere and his rep said Woody was suffering from claustrophobia. I don't mean to judge, well, actually I do, but if you don't want to talk to press about the movie in which you are starring or directed, why should the public want to see it? If you are not proud of it, then why should any of us pay money to see it?
Granted, I wasn't going to see the movie in the first place, but for any potential viewers don't you think you would want to give them a reason to see it?
Larry David, who is also in the movie gamely stuck around all night. Well, I think we all knew Larry David was a good guy, and this just kind of confirms it.