Ellen Page Visits Old Montreal With Clea DuVall, Joins Woody Allen’s New Film
Woody Allen will both direct and star in his next film, The Bop Decameron, based on Giovanni Boccaccio’s collection of novelle, The Decameron. Allen hasn’t starred in one of his own films since 2006’s Scoop, according to Canada’s National Post. Alec Baldwin, Judy Davis, Jesse Eisenberg, Ellen Page, Penelope Cruz, Alison Pill, Greta Gerwig and Roberto Benigni will star in the film, which takes place in Rome.
According to The Guardian, The Bop Decameron “is divided into four separate vignettes. One of them, featuring Allen, focuses on an American couple travelling to Italy to meet the family of their daughter’s fiance.”
Page walked around Old Montreal with The Faculty’s Clea DuVall yesterday, hitting up a few souvenir shops. Once she spotted the paparazzi, Page ducked her head in order to keep a low profile, and at one point she even split ways with Clea.