Woody Allen reveals in a new Hollywood Reporter cover story that he doesn’t even know where his ex, Mia Farrow, lives today — and that he was “immune” to any scandal surrounding his initial relationship with now-wife Soon-Yi. He also says of his much younger wife, “I’ve been able to really make her life better.”

The filmmaker also dishes on casting Miley Cyrus in a new TV project, how he replaced Bruce Willis with Steve Carell in his upcoming Cannes film, “Cafe Society,” and his dealings with Donald Trump.

In the showbiz mag’s Cannes issue, Allen quips in a Q&A of Farrow when asked if he’s seen his activist ex: “No. I don’t think she lives in New York. I think she lives in Connecticut. I’m not sure. Or travels for UNICEF or something.”

And when asked, “In the early 1990s, when you were criticized for starting your relationship with Soon-Yi, were you immune to all that?” Allen shoots back: “I was immune, yes I was. You can see I worked right through that, undiminished. Made films all through those years and at the same rate I was making them. I’m good that way. I am very disciplined and very monomaniacal and compartmentalized.”

On whether he was “traumatized” by the scandal, Allen adds, “Not in the slightest.”

He says of Soon-Yi — Farrow’s adopted daughter, now 45, with whom he has two teen kids — “She had a very, very difficult upbringing in Korea … so I’ve been able to really make her life better. I provided her with enormous opportunities, and she has sparked to them. She’s educated herself and has tons of friends and children and got a college degree and went to graduate school, and she has traveled all over with me now. She’s very sophisticated and has been to all the great capitals of Europe. She has just become a different person. So the contributions I’ve made to her life have given me more pleasure than all my films.”

Meantime, Allen says he hasn’t seen any recent superhero blockbusters, and never even watches his own films: “I made ‘Take the Money and Run’ in 1968 or so … I’ve never seen it again. Never seen any of them.” When he made 1979 classic, “Manhattan, “I was very disappointed at the time.”

On having to recast his latest film, “Cafe Society,” the director said, “I shot a few scenes in California with Bruce Willis, and Bruce was going to do something on Broadway [“Misery”] and it was just too much for him. So we replaced him with Steve Carell.”

And he cast Cyrus in his upcoming Amazon series for TV, because, “I noticed years ago that my kids would be watching ‘Hannah Montana.’ And I would say: ‘Who is that girl? She’s got such a good delivery. You know, she snaps those lines off so well. The show is a silly little show, but she’s very good at what she does.'”

He says he’s never met Hillary Clinton, but — “I’ve met [Donald] Trump because he was in one of my movies, ‘Celebrity.’ He’s very affable, and I run into him at basketball games and at Lincoln Center. And he is always very nice and pleasant — [which is] hard to put together with many of the things he has said in his campaign.”

This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.