Famed director David O. Russell went on a tear against Jennifer Lawrence and Harvey Weinstein during the filming of the movie "Joy"... this according to an eyewitness on the set. Reps, however, deny the report.
Famed director David O. Russell went on a tear against Jennifer Lawrence and Harvey Weinstein during the filming of the movie "Joy"... this according to an eyewitness on the set. We're told there was a loud argument Tuesday on the Boston set…
Harvey Weinstein's Oscar campaign playbook has been much imitated over the years — and with "The Imitation Game," he is pulling it out once again. The story of brilliant British mathematician Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch), who played a key role in breaking Nazi Germany's Enigma...
Steven Spielberg is Oscar night’s most-thanked filmmaker, followed by Queens native Harvey Weinstein and James Cameron.
Those movers and shakers not on Harvey Weinstein’s Oscar party list (our invite must have gotten lost in the mail), made it to Michael’s for the weekly Wednesday lunch. There was plenty of action in the dining room with talking heads...Show More Summary
"I'm having my own awards dinner that night at the local Diary Queen." Billionaire investment guru Warren Buffett turned down an invitation to the Oscars to eat at Dairy Queen. According to Page Six, movie mogul Harvey Weinstein invited Buffett to Hollywood for the awards ceremony, but Buffet kindly declined for the second time in a row. Show More Summary
Earlier this week, Ryan Reynolds and Helen Mirren paid a visit to the Berlinale for the festival premiere of the Weinstein Co.’s Woman in Gold. It tells the story of a Holocaust survivor reclaiming the titular $135 million Klimt painting, which was owned by her family before being stolen by Nazis.... More »
Benedict Cumberbatch hangs out at Harvey Weinstein’s BAFTA Nominees Dinner on Friday afternoon (February 6) in London, England. The 38-year-old actor took a few pictures with his friend Sam Claflin and his wife Laura Haddock at the event. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Benedict Cumberbatch Also at the event was Pride and Prejudice [...]
It was one of the most seller-friendly festivals in recent memory, with a total of 35 sales, but for a second consecutive Sundance, the movie mogul left empty-handed. read more
Selling unpaid internships is dispiriting and favours the rich, says critic A three-month unpaid internship at a major movie studio has been auctioned off for $25,000 (£16,600). It means that the winner, yet to be disclosed, has paid more than £5,000 a month to work, free of charge, for...
Harvey Weinstein and Rick Miramontez bumped into each other Saturday night.
Exclusive: Here’s the movie-style television spot that producer Harvey Weinstein ordered up from cutting-edge ad agency SpotCo for Finding Neverland, the musical adaptation of Miramax’s 2004 Johnny Depp/Kate Winslet story about J.M.Show More Summary
Why would "American Sniper" need defending, you ask? After all, its $249 million domestic grosses have made it the most lucrative war film of all time, the best wide-release January opening and the now the record holder for strongest Super Bowl weekend (take that, Miley Cyrus). Show More Summary
Harvey Weinstein will spare nothingto make sure his “New York Spring Spectacular” isn’t a repeat of last year’s debacle.
Did you miss the gay sex scene in Good Will Hunting? Harvey Weinstein explains why, on a recent episode of The Graham Norton Show. Watch, AFTER THE JUMP... (h/t instinct)
In a long interview with Deadline this weekend, Harvey Weinstein assured readers that the rumors about him aren't true. Which rumors? Well, all of them. To hear Harvey tell it, he's just a tireless executive beset by haters, and yet still motivated by love of cinema above all else. A... More »
Obsessive Oscar campaigner Harvey Weinstein swears he had no role in sinking “Selma” in this year’s awards race.
Yesterday morning, Harvey Weinstein sat down for what has become our annual look at his business, the Oscars and just about every other topic we can think of. Buckle up. DEADLINE: Big Saturday morning New York Times story on you firing your Broadway publicist, and him firing back on Finding Neverland. Show More Summary
Towards the end of Patrick Healy’s very entertaining ArtsBeat item about the exit of Broadway publicist Rick Miramontez from Harvey Weinstein’s upcoming show Finding Neverland, Weinstein says this: \"If I knew The New York Times would...Show More Summary
It's a rare rupture in the image-conscious world of Broadway and another bump in the road for a highly anticipated musical.