The actor joins a growing number of names that have been pronounced against the director in recent weeks.
Colin Firth has joined the growing chorus of voices that speak again of Woody Allen.
"I would not work with him again," the actor told The Guardian on Thursday, a few hours after Dylan Farrow gave him his first television interview in which he accused Allen of sexually assaulting her when she was seven.
Firth starred in Allen's 2013 film Magic in the Moonlight with Emma Stone, and adds his name to a series of actors who have worked under the direction of the director to have expressed regret in doing so , including Rebecca Hall, Timothee Chalamet, Mira Sorvina, Rachel Rosnahan and Greta Gerwig.
Firth also spoke openly about Weinstein, who produced his 2010 Oscar-winning film The King & # 39; s Speech, describing him as a "terrifying man".