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Every Movie is a TV Show is a Book is a Broadway Play is a Video Game

Here’s something to think about when you go looking for your favorite movie: it might be a TV show. Stephen King first published “The Mist” in 1980, Frank Darabont adapted it as a movie in 2007, and now The Weinstein Company is developing it for television. Show More Summary

Harvey Weinstein & BBC Debut ‘War And Peace’ Footage, Talk Future Collaborations – Mipcom

Akin to the previews The Weinstein Company does of its Oscar-caliber movies during the Cannes Film Festival, Harvey Weinstein held a special buyers-only screening of 20 minutes of footage from its upcoming miniseries War And Peace tonight in Cannes. Show More Summary

Channing Tatum And The Weinstein Company Set Mike Vukadinovich To Write ‘Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock’

EXCLUSIVE– Channing Tatum and the Weinstein Co. have set Mike Vukadinovich to write Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock, the feature project that sees Tatum make his directorial debut alongside Reid Carolin. The project is an adaptation of Matthew Quick’s YA book of the same name about a high school student who plans to kill his best friend and then himself. Show More Summary

Jake Gyllenhaal Really Wants You To See That Movie You Skipped Earlier

Southpaw wasn't the overwhelming critical and financial success that The Weinstein Company hoped for. Sure, Jake Gyllenhaal's performance was met with plenty of superlatives, but the accompanying script, direction, and endless clichés meant that the film was a bit of a damp squib. Show More Summary

‘Southpaw’ Starring Jake Gyllenhaal Returning To Theaters Friday Via The Weinstein Company

Don’t call it a comeback.Director Antoine Fuqua’s film made $52.1M domestically after its original July 24 release. The reissue will put it on 300 screens around the country to allow for viewing by — in TWC’s words — “a more drama- and...Show More Summary

Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard Shine in New “Macbeth” Posters

It’s one of Shakespeare’s most beloved works of literature and “Macbeth” is slated to hit the silver screen on December 4th. The Weinstein Company just released a handful of new promotional posters featuring Michael Fassbender and Marion...Show More Summary

Bradley Cooper Returns To The Kitchen In New ‘Burnt’ Trailer

Bradley Cooper is scheduled to return to the kitchen in Burnt, a new drama from The Weinstein Company. This week, a new trailer emerged online which shows the actor at his dramatic best. Cooper stars as Adam Jones, a two-star Michelin chef whose excessive lifestyle threatens to destroy everything he has achieved. Show More Summary

Watch: One More New Trailer for Bradley Cooper's Chef Movie 'Burnt'

"What if he's Darth Vader...?!" Not that we need another trailer for this, after two of them previously, but here's another one why not. The Weinstein Company has debuted an "official trailer" for Burnt, formerly known as Adam Jones, starring Bradley Cooper as hot shot top chef Adam Jones. Show More Summary

The Newest Burnt Trailer Compares a 3-Michelin-Starred Chef to Yoda

The Weinstein Company's Burnt, which hits theaters on October 23, really drives home the chefs-as-rock-stars sensibility: Bradley Cooper plays a bad-boy chef who's looking for redemption after three years without work, and Sienna Miller stars as his chef de cuisine (and, of course, love interest). Show More Summary

‘Burnt’ Trailer: What If Bradley Cooper is the Darth Vader of Chefs?

Bradley Cooper has already been nominated for an Oscar four times, and The Weinstein Company is probably hoping that he can get another nomination as a struggling chef desperately trying to make a comeback in a big way. Burnt sees Cooper...Show More Summary

New Trailer Hits for 'Burnt' Starring Bradley Cooper

The Weinstein Company has released a new trailer for the upcoming chef-world drama Burnt, starring Bradley Cooper, Sienna Miller, Omar Sy, Daniel Brühl, Matthew Rhys, Uma Thurman, and Emma Thompson. Chef Adam Jones (Bradley Cooper) had it all – and lost it. Show More Summary

Cumberbatch and Gyllenhaal Eye Electrifying Feature

The Weinstein Company will explore Edison-Westinghouse rivalry in The Current War The post Cumberbatch and Gyllenhaal Eye Electrifying Feature appeared first on

Newswire: Benedict Cumberbatch and Jake Gyllenhaal might wage The Current War

Casting around for the kinds of brooding, sallow faces that would really pop in the harsh light of a 19th century electrical generator, The Weinstein Company is in talks to recruit Jake Gyllenhaal and Benedict Cumberbatch as the leads in its upcoming film The Current War. Show More Summary

Benedict Cumberbatch & Jake Gyllenhaal In Talks For ‘The Current War’

Benedict Cumberbatch and Jake Gyllenhaal are in discussions to star as rivals Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse, respectively, in The Current War, the Weinstein Company’s fact-based drama about how the titans competed to create a sustainable electricity system and market it to the American people. Show More Summary

The Weinstein Company Takes Love, Nina

Helena Bonham Carter headlines the Nick Hornby penned adaptation of Nina Stibbe's best selling memoir The post The Weinstein Company Takes Love, Nina appeared first on

Weinstein Co Acquires British TV Drama Series ‘Love, Nina’

The Weinstein Company has acquired rights in the U.S., Canada, China and Hong Kong to British drama series Love, Nina, starring Helena Bonham Carter (Suffragette). The See-Saw Films-produced series began shooting September 14 in London; BBC will broadcast in the UK. S.J. Show More Summary

New One Minute Trailer Hits for 'Burnt' Starring Bradley Cooper

The Weinstein Company has released the trailer for the upcoming chef-world comedy-drama Burnt, starring Bradley Cooper, Sienna Miller, Omar Sy, Daniel Brühl, Matthew Rhys, Uma Thurman, and Emma Thompson. Chef Adam Jones (Bradley Cooper) had it all – and lost it. Show More Summary

Natalie Portman's Delayed 'Jane Got a Gun' Reset for February 2016

Briefly: They're finally ready to dump this. After years and years of delays, production troubles, distribution troubles, all kinds of problems, The Weinstein Company has confirmed that Gavin O'Connor's Jane Got a Gun will be released in February of 2016. Show More Summary

Stephen King's Mist Wants to Come Back to the Screen

Deadline reports that Stephen King's Mist has inspired a TV series-in-the-making, penned by Rita creator Christian Torpe. The Weinstein Company's Dimension Television is working on developing the project, which will "tell an original story about a seemingly innocuous mist that seeps into a small town but contains limitless havoc," according... More »

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