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Monday, November 07, 2005

Woody, Mia and Daughter

Legendary director Woody Allen claims he's glad ex-wife Mia Farrow found his nude photos of her adopted daughter, Soon-Yi.

About his scandalic marriage with 35 years younger adopted daughter he said: "It was one of the great pieces of luck in my life. It was a turning point in my life for the better".

However, Woody admits he is still like a father figure to his young bride.

Speaking of their relationship, he confessed in an interview with Vanity Fair magazine: "It's got a more paternal feeling to it.

"All the women I went out with were basically my age. Now, here, it just works like magic. The very inequality of me being older and much more accomplished, much more experienced, takes away any real meaningful conflict."

69 years old Woody also claims he hates getting older, saying: "Ageing is a terrible thing It's just all bad news You deteriorate physically and die. "I've gained no wisdom, insight or mellowing"

Jennifer Aniston is Fine

She is ok again after her very public breakup with Brad Pitt. The couple's divorce was finalized on Oct. 2.

"Do I talk to Brad? Yes, we do, I do," the 36-year-old star tells "Good Morning America's" Diane Sawyer. "That's very peaceful. It's a really peaceful thing. That's another thing … people want it to be this war and this mean, terrible, shallow thing that's just playing like some soap opera or story line, and it's just not. So, yeah, pleasant, done."

Despite the very public exposure of Pitt and Jolie's relationship, Aniston tells Sawyer that she's not angry at Pitt, her husband of 4½ years.

"How do you do this?" Sawyer asked. "I mean, for all the girls out there who want to know, how do you do this? How do you move on from something a lot of people would think …"

"I will not let myself down like that," Aniston said. "I have a lot of amazing women, you know, women in my life who have been an example for me of what not to do. So, and I also know what feels good, and it doesn't feel good to harbor anger and resentment."

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