Woody Allen will need to find another publisher for his Memoirs, by the way. Central Publishing, a subsidiary of the Hachette group, which was to publish in the United States on 7 April, was waived Friday 6 march. This decision was in response to the protests of employees of the publishing house, as well as those of her son Ronan Farrow, journalist who revealed the case of Weinstein and is engaged in the movement #MeToo then that Woody Allen is accused of rape by his daughter Dylan Farrow. In France, it is also a publishing house Hachette, Stock, which was to publish…