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Godfather cafe under threat of closure

March 18th, 2014 4:10am EDT
The Godfather Part II
A Rome cafe which has featured in films like The Godfather Part Ii and To Rome With Love is facing closure.

The Antico Caffe della Pace near the city's Piazza Navona has been a celebrity haven for decades, but financial issues have prompted the owners to move on.

Reports suggest the property bosses, who run the building that houses the cafe, are keen to turn the site into a hotel.

A petition launched by locals will be handed to local lawmakers in an effort to save the place, and have it listed as a historic landmark.

As well as featuring in films shot in and around Rome, the Antico Caff...

Review 'To Rome With Love': Woody Allen Does This Magnificent City Proud

June 21st, 2012 9:06pm EDT
To Rome With Love
Last year, one of my top three favorite films was Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris, an exquisite homage to the magical city of lights. Now I'm happy to report that Woody has done it again with To Rome with Love!

He's written and directed a quirky, satirical, funny, and beautiful film about the people who visit, live, work, fall in love and get lost in this enchanting eternal city.

We meet famed architect John (Alex Baldwin), who lived in Rome in his youth and is now vacationing there.

Walking the streets of Rome, John meets a young architect student named Jack (Jesse Eisenberg); a young ...

Penelope Cruz: 'I'll Make One Movie A Year'

April 10th, 2012 5:30pm EDT
Penelope Cruz
Oscar winner Penelope Cruz is scaling back her work commitments now she's a mother, insisting she will only make "one movie a year."

The Vicky Cristina Barcelona star gave birth to little Leo, her first child with actor husband Javier Bardem, in January, 2011, and she headed back to work just months later, reuniting with director Woody Allen to shoot his upcoming romantic comedy To Rome with Love.

Cruz has one other release scheduled for this year, the drama Venuto al mondo, and she admits making two films annually is more than enough to satisfy her acting appetite, because her perfect d...

Woody Allen Changes Title Of 'Bop Decameron' To 'Nero Fiddled'

October 15th, 2011 1:30pm EDT
Woody Allen
Director Woody Allen has changed the name of his new movie after the original title left fans baffled.

The filmmaker shot his latest project in Rome, Italy, with Penelope Cruz, Alec Baldwin and Jesse Eisenberg, and the original title was slated to be "The Bop Decameron."

But Allen has decided to change the name to "Nero Fiddled" because the former title drew blank expressions.

He says, "I couldn't believe how few people had heard of The Decameron, even in Rome. And the few that did assumed the movie was based on Boccaccio's tales, which it's not.

"Anyhow changed the title to 'Nero Fiddl...

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