The Weinstein Company is partnering with Lollipop Theater Network, an organization dedicated to bringing the magic of current movies to children with chronic or life-threatening illnesses, to kick off a multi-screening series of Leap!...Show More Summary
NOTES FROM THE TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: Some critics are already gunning for The Weinstein Company’s The Current War (11/24) which just had its World Premiere here last night and which I caught at this morning’s first Press and Industry screening. Show More Summary
Deadline’s Cocktails & Conversation panel series at the Toronto Film Festival continues at noon ET Sunday with The Current War, The Weinstein Company’s period film about the race for marketable electricity in the U.S. between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse. Show More Summary
"His current kills people!" The Weinstein Company has finally revealed the first full official trailer for The Current War, the film about the battle between Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla. I've been very excited to see this ever since hearing it was now in production. Show More Summary
Spoilers for Tulip Fever ahead.This weekend, the Weinstein Company’s Tulip Fever finally arrives in theaters after years of delays, bringing people the 17th Dutch costume drama nobody was sure we even needed back in 2015. Directed by The Other Boleyn Girl’s Justin Chadwick, Tulip Fever stars Dane DeHaan (Valerian) and ... More »
Miramax, the onetime indie film powerhouse founded by the Weinstein brothers, has laid off 20 employees in a second round of downsizing this year under a new CEO. The Santa Monica film and television company let go of executives in the sales and finance departments, as well as workers in support...
Will we ever live to see the day when the Weinstein Company finally allows Tulip Fever to go into theaters? Who knows. Right now we’re promised a September 1 release date, but hey, it’s been teased to appear on big screens since mid-2015, so if somebody said “just kidding, June ... More »
While this isn’t exactly the same as the ongoing battle for Friday the 13th, the Weinstein Company is now fighting to retain the rights to Children of the Corn. Variety reported last night that Producer Donald Borchers filed a federal copyright suit on Thursday, alleging that he and not The Weinstein Company owns the sequel […]
You guys voted "Cut To The Feeling," Carly Rae Jepsen's track from the new animated movie Leap!, into the number two spot on our annual Song Of The Summer poll. And now The Weinstein Company, the film's distributor, has shared a promo video for the song, featuring black and white footage of Queen Carly performing…
A producer on the 1984 big screen adaptation of Stephen King's Children Of The Corn novella claims in a lawsuit filed yesterday that the spin-off rights to the property are now his. But with others begging to differ, Donald P. Borchers...Show More Summary
The Weinstein Company has allowed many of their titles to sit on the shelf and collect dust for years. One of their latest movies to be delayed more than once, Tulip Fever, is finally coming out after a year-long delay. Not only didShow More Summary
"Seduction is a dangerous art." In a very strange, desperate, last minute move The Weinstein Company has debuted one more new sex-filled red band trailer for the romantic drama Tulip Fever, which has had so many release delays I don't think anyone even care anymore. Show More Summary
After many stalls in its making and then a string of delays on its release, The Weinstein Company's prestige pic turned not-so-secret shame Tulip Fever is finally probably coming to theaters on September 1st. And no one's more excited than...
The current financial situation of The Weinstein Company has been a topic of great interest to the film world for a while new, particularly as the never-ending saga of the release of Tulip Fever seems destined to continue for the...
The Weinstein Company is looking to make a comedy in the vein of 21 Jump Street.
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The Weinstein Company will put a new film logo, Mizchief, on the August 25 release of Leap!, and will use it to make more animated films, TWC cochairman Harvey Weinstein announced. Pic features the voices of Elle Fanning, Nat Wolff, Rae Jepsen, Kate McKinnon, and Mel Brooks. Show More Summary
Malia Obama didn’t let being a former First Daughter get in the way of kicking ass at her internship with the Weinstein Company, where she served as a production assistant—and an Oscar winner even vouched for her work ethic. Halle …Show More Summary
This has to be among the most to-the-point lawsuits you’ll ever see. In a three-page (!) filing today, the Weinstein Company is seeking $10 million in damages over a deal for global rights to a film titled His House that it says theShow More Summary
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