I’m not entirely sure why Ned Benson’s The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them even exists. The Weinstein Company, in Harvey’s infinite wisdom, had Benson piece together this two-hour film out of scenes from two separate features, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him and Her, which both premiered to raves at last year’s Toronto Film Festival. Show More Summary
Producer Harvey Weinstein was criticized for trying to recut Korean sci-fi masterpiece "Snowpiercer," and he was accused of burying the film in retribution when director Boon Jong-ho refused to make changes. Although the film was a blockbuster...Show More Summary
Jeremy Jordan is legging it from Boston, where he played the lead role today in the American Repertory Theatre matinee of Harvey Weinstein's new musical Finding Neverland, to Toronto. He's racing to be with co-star Anna Kendrick for...Show More Summary
An unflattering column in the New York Post about the new stage musical "Finding Neverland" has riled the show's biggest backer, Harvey Weinstein, who claims that the writer of the column hasn't even seen the production.
The Reidel Watch: I promised occasional updates on reaction to some of my pal Michael Riedel's more combustible columns (so many to choose from!) and on Wednesday he produced a doozy. Surveying two New York reviews of Finding Neverland,...Show More Summary
The Producers Guild of America is taking its Produced By conference on the road to New York City in October, marking the first time the confab will be held outside of Los Angeles. The Weinstein Company's Bob and Harvey Weinstein will...Show More Summary
Harvey Weinstein's first theatrical venture as lead producer, “Finding Neverland,” opened to critical praise at Harvard’s American Repertory Theatre, Confidenti@l has learned. Based on the Miramax movie of the same name, the show is headed to Broadway in the spring, and early buzz indicates it will be a winner.
The Harvey Weinstein Co. just auctioned off an internship for at least $26,000. They're hardly the first to do so
After suburban car dealerships, entertainment is America’s most nepotistic industry. But what about all the rich dipshits out there whose parents don’t already know Harvey Weinstein? Who will protect their interests? The Weinstein Company, displaying the same visionary business sense that made them an entertainment powerhouse, has a solution. Show More Summary
When the long-awaited adaptation of "The Giver" comes to theaters this weekend, it will have a different ending than fans will remember in the 1993 bestseller. Author Lois Lowry recently told New York Magazine that the head behind film distributor The Weinstein Company wasn't on board with the book's original ending for the movie. Show More Summary
The Giver offers a pro-life message as well as a warning of what nanny state policies could lead. So why is Harvey Weinstein, one of Hollywood’s most prominent liberals, teaming up with Walden Media to bring Lois Lowry's story to movie...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Determined to prove his bona fides as a Broadway producer, Harvey Weinstein told Deadline this morning that he and director Diane Paulus are “incredibly happy with the Boston reviews of Finding Neverland,” which is heading...Show More Summary
Not that there's anything wrong with that. Well, a few things, maybe. It's not at all hard to understand why Harvey Weinstein turned to Diane Paulus to overhaul Finding Neverland, the musical based on Miramax's 2004 movie starring Johnny Depp as Peter Pan creator J.M Barrie. Show More Summary
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Charitybuzz i s currently auctioning off a 3-month internship at The Weinstein Company, a production and distribution company launched in 2005 by brothers Bob and Harvey Weinstein. Responsible for Oscar-winning films like "The King's Speech" and "The Artist," TWC clearly thinks it's an honor to work at the company. Show More Summary
The late actor and Gus Van Zandt tested Skarsgard's improv skills on set read more
EXCLUSIVE: Harvey Weinstein's well-tended production of Finding Neverland has booked a Nederlander Theatre and will open on Broadway in the spring, I've learned. Weinstein was not available for comment, but the show officially opensShow More Summary
Tom Quinn and Jason Janego, co-presidents of The Weinstein Co.'s 3-year-old boutique arm, discuss the new economics of indie film, plans for the fest and Harvey Weinstein's involvement in it all. read more
The upcoming Weinstein Company-backed film staring actor Bradley Cooper that was entitled Chef and then renamed to Adam Jones will be given a new name. According to Deadline, Harvey Weinstein has sent the recently announced Adam Jones title back...
The latest dish on the John Wells-directed cooking project with Bradley Cooper once called Chef: Harvey Weinstein has sent the just-announced title Adam Jones back to the kitchen, partly because star Bradley Cooper didn’t love it. They’ll call it Untitled John Wells project until they whip up something tastier. Show More Summary