A Christmas story about a toy and a ghost has won the Oscar for Best Picture.
The Woody movie, which stars Woody Allen, stars Michael Keaton, Amy Adams, John Lithgow, Emma Stone, and James Franco, as well as director Woody Allen.
It will be released in the US on December 21st.
It won’t be released internationally until December 27th.
Woody Allen and co-writer Michael Keating are on board for this movie, too, the studio said.
Wooden toy toys have been used to decorate buildings, buildings, and cars over the years, and this year the Oscar was given to a story about two toy soldiers who find a haunted house that can be seen through the glass in the film.
The story was based on a book by a man named Richard A. Dickson.
Dyson’s book, “The Haunted House: The Story of Woody Allen’s Halloween in Santa Fe,” was published in 1972.
The film tells the story of the Christmas Day visit of Woody and his friends Woody and Alice to a haunted home in Santa Cruz, California.
The film has been released over 20 times, and was the most popular Christmas movie of all time in its time.
Woodie Allen is the last surviving member of the legendary rock band, The Beatles, and it is widely regarded as the greatest rock film of all-time.