the film Director Woody Allen and Amazon have entered into a settlement, after Allen was dropped by the company.
Allen, the defendant in February nethandels and underholdningsvirksomheden for 68 million dollars to terminate a contract for a total of four films. This corresponds to well over 460 million dollars.
He argued at the time that Amazon used the old and 'unfounded' allegations that he had exploited his adopted daughter sexually, as a reason for the termination.
Amazon has, however, maintained that the company terminated the contract, because Allen was come up with insensitive remarks on the Meto-movement.
Now, the two parties entered into a settlement agreement without, however, to publish the conditions.
According to the underholdningsmediet deadline says sources close to the negotiations, that 'there for the seventh and last was no winners' in the case.
Allen has always rejected the charges in relation to his adopted daughter. They were in his time the subject of an investigation, but the director has never been charged.
His adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, repeated, however, with Allen's former girlfriend Mia Farrow, in 2018, the accusations in the aftermath of the Meto-movement.
The matter was brought to flare up again, and several Hollywood actors distanced Allen.
the 83-year-old Woody Allen is among other things known for films such as 'Manhattan', 'Annie Hall', 'Hannah and Her Sisters' and more recently 'Midnight in Paris'.
One of his films under the Amazon contract, 'A Rainy Day in New York', was to be completed, before Allen was dropped by the nethandelsgiganten.
It was subsequently premiered in several european and south american countries, to a mixed reception.