Singer Miley Cyrus opens up on a wide range of topics, including coming out as what she calls “pansexual,” in a new interview with Variety. But our favorite anecdote in the in-depth interview involves her work with Woody Allen, who brought Cyrus aboard for his poorly received Amazon series “Crisis in Six Scenes.”
Cyrus, 23, talks about working with the legendary film director, saying: “I loved working with Woody. You do like two takes. He just wants to go home and have dinner with his wife.”
Her best line is attributed to Allen, 80. Said Cyrus: “One night it was 5:30, and the camera operator wanted to do another take. He goes, ‘I can’t dedicate my entire life to making movies.’”
We encourage readers to click on the link above to Variety to read the entire interview.