The Weinstein Company is looking to adapt Sin City and The Mist as TV series. The studio, run by brothers Harvey and Bob Weinstein, is also planning to bring Scream and Silver Linings Playbook to the small screen. “The way to add stability to the company is to be in the television business,” Harvey Weinstein... Show More Summary
Producers Harvey and Bob Weinstein are looking to scripted television to increase their media offerings, and they have several scripted shows in the works. Among the TV series we could be seeing from the Weinstein Company in the near future: a Sin City series and a Frank Darabont-led miniseries based on The Mist. Read more...
You don’t need to be a film aficionado to have heard of the Weinstein brothers, Harvey and Bob. Their producer prominence should be common knowledge, but if their names are all you’ve heard, then just picture two comically fat business-type, cigar chomping, Hollywood hierarchs who are responsible signing, sealing and delivery the motion pictures we love. […]
The new film Sin City: A Dame to Die For won’t be the only project to transfer Frank Miller’s stark noir tales from the comic page to the screen. In fact, that film may be swiftly followed by a new Sin City TV show. Harvey Weinstein, like many other producers, has started to see TV […]
Earlier this month we shared the news that Harvey and Bob Weinstein had acquired U.S. rights to the Ethan Hawke starrer REGRESSION, which is set to start shooting in the spring under director Alejandro Amenabar (THE OTHERS), and today...Show More Summary
Bob and Harvey Weinstein announced today that they have preemptively signed on to distribute the upcoming thriller Regression in the United States on August 28, 2015. The film, written and to be directed by auteur Alejandro Amenabar, will star Ethan Hawke (The Purge, Sinister) and... Read More
Taylor Swift talks about her involvement with two coming films: she wrote an original song for the movie "One Chance," and she's playing Rosemary in a coming film adaptation of Lois Lowry’s Newbery-winning 1993 novel "The Giver."
Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood producer famous for wooing Oscar voters, on Thursday faced a more discerning crowd: high school students. He's on a push to promote his new movie “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom."
Apparently, when Harvey Weinstein asked U2 to write a song for Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, he got “the fastest ‘yes’ I have ever received.” I’m sad to say the result sounds, to my ears anyway, like Coldplay imitating U2, and not very well. But I’m still looking forward to seeing Idris Elba portray Nelson Mandela. The movie opens in the U.S. next week. (Via Rolling Stone.)
Even the staunchest conservative will admit Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has a near-Midas touch when it comes to picking film projects, many of which go on to generate Oscar buzz each fall. His commercial instincts are similarly strong. Show More Summary
The SMH has the bombshell news that Harvey Weinstein is standing Canberra up and won’t be coming for the huge celebrations being planned for him. When we hear more on the impacts of this we’ll let you know but we’re hearing the events are being shelved.
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Catalina Capital has a first-look deal with the Weinstein Company; Harvey Weinstein will be on its greenlight committee. Larrkin Entertainment had announced the formation of Catalina Capital, the first of what is expected to be a series of film financing funds, with ties to Weinstein Company. Show More Summary
Harvey Weinstein enlists the help of Google's Eric Schmidt to resolve an internet traffic issue. Plus, we have a new poster for this documentary. [...]
Appearing with Piers Morgan on CNN, movie mogul Harvey Weinstein defended his friend, President Obama, and said it’s the country that is “embarrassing,” not the president. Weinstein said “this is the only the country in the world where we don’t have health care. Countries embarrass us around the world.” “And this is the only country […]
Despite the botched launch of Obamacare, the United States as a whole, because of its opposition to the health-care law and support of gun rights, is still more of an embarrassment than the president, said film executive Harvey Weinstein. Show More Summary
Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon's classic Vertigo comic "Preacher" has long been rumored to be making its way to the screen with names such as Kevin Smith and Harvey Weinstein, Rachel Talaly, DJ Caruso and Sam Mendes attached at one point or another, but nothing ever came of those versions. Show More Summary
Hollywood producer and Clinton loyalist Harvey Weinstein declared his love for Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight. Morgan asked Weinstein during the show's Friday installment "if he could enjoy...Show More Summary
On Friday, Hollywood movie producer Harvey Weinstein said some Republicans who oppose President Barack Obama are racist. On Piers Morgan Tonight, the host read Robert Redford's comments in which he said some Republicans who opposed Obama...Show More Summary
Hollywood producer and Obama donor Harvey Weinstein said the United States is "embarrassing" because of its adherence to the Second Amendment and lack of universal healthcare. Appearing on Piers Morgan Tonight Friday, Weinstein said " this is the only the country in the world where we don't have health care. Show More Summary