Attorneys for Woody Allen on Monday asked a federal judge to block American Apparel Inc. from calling the director’s wife and ex-girlfriend as witnesses in court this month, but the retailer said Tuesday it has no plans to do so.

Allen sued the Los Angeles-based firm in U.S. District Court in Manhattan in March 2008 after it used his image, taken from the 1977 film “Annie Hall,” on billboards and its Web site without his permission. The filmmaker is seeking $10 million in damages.

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