Vanessa Hudgens Would Love to Work With Woody Allen Despite Sexual Assault Allegations

The sexual assault accusations against the 'Midnight in Paris' director doesn't deter the former 'High School Musical' actress from dreaming of working with the filmmaker.

AceShowbiz - Vanessa Hudgens hasn't given up hope of starring in a Woody Allen movie.

The controversial filmmaker has been accused by his adoptive daughter Dylan Farrow of sexually assaulting her when she was seven, but that hasn't put the "High School Musical" actress off working with the director.

Citing him amongst the likes of Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorsese, and Steven Spielberg on the list of movie moguls she wants to collaborate with, Vanessa told the Los Angeles Times, "I love Woody Allen films. Vicky Cristina Barcelona is one of my favourite movies."

When asked about the allegations of sexual abuse against the "Midnight in Paris" director, Vanessa added, "I don't know him. I've never met him. I only know what I've heard."

"And the fact is, I love his films and I love the romantic worlds that are created within (them)," she explained.

Woody, 83, has denied all allegations against him, and previously claimed he's "done everything the #MeToo movement would love to achieve," including paying female actors the same as their male counterparts and creating several roles for women

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