Financial details of the Oscar-winning director’s deal with Arcade were not released, according to AP, and it is not known whether it will be released in Europe.
The book, which had been scheduled for release next month, had its publication canceled on Friday.
Journalist Ronan Farrow cut ties with the publishing company that published his previous book, standing by his sister Dylan, who accused her adoptive father Allen of sexually abusing her as a child.
Allen and Amazon notified the federal court in Manhattan late on Friday night that the lawsuit was being voluntarily dismissed.
When asked if he regretted calling himself a "poster boy" for the #MeToo movement in a 2018 interview, the director stood by the statement, saying, "I should be."
The film is set to open in a French film festival but does not have a US release as of now due to Amazon backing out of the deal to publish it due to the allegations against the director.
US District Judge Denise Cote's dismissal of four of Allen's eight claims means the filmmaker will have to show that Amazon wrongly abandoned agreements for individual films.
In the latest step of his precipitous fall from grace, the prolific director has been unable to find a publisher for a memoir he’s shopping around.
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