Unless you’ve been living under a rock that I would like the address of, do you need a rock roommate?, I’m clean but not annoying about it!, you’ve heard that Mia Farrow recently spilled the beans to Vanity Fair that her son Ronan might have been made with Frank Sinatra parts rather than Woody Allen parts. Ronan played it very cool. But how is Woody Allen playing it? Well, if you believe this story from Page Six, he is playing it almost exactly like a ghost would play it:

Is Woody Allen feeling haunted by the Mia Farrow-Frank ­Sinatra revelations?

The director was spotted looking thoughtfully at Harry Benson’s iconic photograph of Farrow and Sinatra entering Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball, which was on display at the Holden Luntz Gallery’s stand at the Park Avenue Armory art and antiques show Thursday.

An onlooker told us, “Woody just stood there looking at the photo of Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra, studying it intently. He didn’t say a word. Eventually, he quietly moved on.”

Ahhhh, GHOST! “Woody just hovered above the ground, his body slightly see-through, while making a spooky ‘boooo’ type of noise that you would only be able to hear if you had an EVP recording device, most commonly used on ghost hunting television shows. After looking at Harry Benson’s iconic photograph of Farrow and Sinatra for quite a bit of time, he floated right through the photo, until he was completely out of sight. He must be pretty bummed!” So, what do you think? Did this creep watch Woody Allen look at a photo and then write about it, or did this creep see a ghost? YOU BE THE VOTER!

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  1. Looking at the pictures, that guy is definitely Frank Sinatra’s kid.

    Also come Friday chat!!!

    I will compose a poem* about the 7th person in the room!

    *may or may not rhyme. Form TBD.

  2. Maybe the photo was a ghost?

  3. “Woody just stood there looking at the photo of Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra, studying it intently. He didn’t say a word.”

    Ghost. Real Woody Allen always grades art aloud with either a “WIN” or “FAIL” when he’s done.

  4. Frank Sinatra is wearing a cat mask, so I think the answer is “cat magic.” (I’m making this happen, people!!!!)

    • Flanny! At the airport last week (sorry, this is totally off-topic, guys) i saw a ringer for 1997 Jude Law! I was going to snap a picture for you but i was worried about scaring him and airport security and going to that back room. Again. But you should have seen him!

  5. I’m worried about Kelly, you guys. She seems to have come down with an acute case of Halloween Fever.

  6. “Spotted: New York, New York’s most notorious bad dad coming face to face with Ol’ Blue Lies. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but this portrait of former Crimes and Misdemeanors between Husbands and Wives left W speechless.”

  7. I read the original Vanity Fair story written by the same author about the abuse allegations with Woody Allen, and now I don’t think that I can enjoy his movies ever again. He’s really creepy. I’d much rather deal with a ghost than Woody Allen, and I may or may not have worked next to the ghost of Bob Crane — also a pervy weirdo!

    • I just read that _Vanity Fair_ article too, and it’s all just too disturbing. I’m sometimes able to deal with the fact that some real monsters have made amazing things — the Phil Spector “A Christmas Gift for You” album is surely the greatest holiday record of all time, maybe second only to the “Beach Boys’ Christmas Album” (yes, I’m a white person). But goddamn! I think I might be done with watching Woody Allen movies forever.

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