The Post: “Sources tell The Post’s Braden Keil that the Woodman has gone to contract on his 40-foot-wide Carnegie Hill mansion for just $2 million less than his asking price of $27 million. Brokers thought the comedian had gone bananas when he put the 22-room house on the market last September. Spies now say that Allen is looking to spend about half that amount for a smaller home in the East 70s or 80s.”
Guess the tell-all biography bidding war wasn’t enough to keep the mansion. Can we expect Woody’s next film to be about a neurotic New Yorker ready to let loose his personal demons upon the publishing world while watching his fortune dwindle?