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ITV Walking Away From Weinstein Co. TV Deal; What Now For Bob And Harvey?

ITV appears to be walking away from a potential deal to acquire the Weinstein Company’s TV division, though neither side will confirm. The two companies were believed to be in talks over a staggered deal worth anywhere from $300 million to a top rate of more than $950 million if all benchmarks were achieved. Show More Summary

Cannes At Halfway Point: Cate Blanchett And Rooney Mara Make ‘Carol’ Talk Of The Croisette

Carol continues to be the belle of this cinematic ball as the Cannes Film Festival has reached the halfway point and this December Oscar bait Weinstein Company release seems to be the consensus choice for Best Of Show so far.  It’s no wonder there were happy feelings all around at the Carol  post-premiere bash Sunday night at Baoli Beach. Show More Summary

Friday Night Cannes Deal Flurry Culminates In TWC ‘Three Generations’ Deal

EXCLUSIVE: While the movie that buyers really want to pre-buy–Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals–seems unavailable, a brisk Friday night of deal making culminated in The Weinstein Company making the biggest minimum guarantee deal of the Cannes Film Festival. Show More Summary

Cannes 2015: Weinstein Company makes a 'Hateful Eight' push

One of the more telling annual moments of the Cannes Film Festival, at least where U.S. releases are concerned, is an event at which the Weinstein Co. trots out footage and stars from its upcoming slate.

Harvey Weinstein Sneaks Extended First Looks For ‘Hateful Eight’, ‘Carol’, ‘Southpaw’ And All TWC 2015 Oscar Contenders – Cannes

The Weinstein Company drew a capacity house of distributors and press to the Hotel Majestic for their annual preview early Thursday evening of upcoming films for 2015 and beyond. As excited crowds were lined up across the street forShow More Summary

The Weinstein Company Picks Up Boxing Drama 'Hands of Stone'

Variety reports that The Weinstein Company has acquired the U.S. distribution rights to director Jonathan Jakubowicz's boxing drama, "Hands of Stone". The film is based on the true story of boxer Robert Duran who grew up on the streets of Panama only to grow up and become one of the greatest boxers in the world. Show More Summary

Edgar Ramirez-Robert De Niro Boxing Pic ‘Hands Of Stone’ Won By Weinstein Company: Cannes

EXCLUSIVE: After an all-nighter in the ring, The Weinstein Company closed a deal for U.S. distribution rights to Hands Of Stone, the Jonathan Jakubowicz-directed drama that stars Edgar Ramirez as iconic fighter Robert Duran, Robert De Niro as his mentor and trainer Ray Arcel, and Usher as his ring nemesis Sugar Ray Leonard. Show More Summary

Weinstein Ups Ennis Hensley To Head Of International Sales & Distribution – Cannes

The Weinstein Company, which is just setting up shop in Cannes, has just promoted Ennis Hensley to be President of International Sales & Distribution. He had been EVP of the department, where he will continue to report to TWC’s Los Angeles office, working on international film sales of both TWC and Dimension titles. Show More Summary

Newswire: The Weinstein Company is rebooting David The Gnome, Spy Kids, and, uh, ReBoot

In a shocking display of cross-generational pandering, The Weinstein Company has announced three new projects that will appeal to ‘80s kids, ‘90s kids, and even the dreaded ‘00s kids. According to Deadline, The Weinstein Company is “making...Show More Summary

Weinstein Company’s Next TV Foray: Animated Family Series ‘Spy Kids,’ ‘Gnomes’ And ‘Reboot’

EXCLUSIVE: An ITV acquisition offer already on the table, The Weinstein Company Television is broadening beyond live action scripted and reality fare. TWC TV is making an aggressive move into family-themed animated programming. TWC is...Show More Summary

'Southpaw' TV Spot: Jake Gyllenhaal Takes a Violent Beating

3 weeks agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Jake Gyllenhall tries to fight his way back from a devastating tragedy in a new TV spot from The Weinstein Company's 'Southpaw'.

'War & Peace' Miniseries to Air on A&E, Lifetime & History

A&E Networks will partner with BBC and The Weinstein Company on a miniseries based on Leo Tolstoy's classic novel War and Peace

First TV Spot Hits for Antoine Fuqua's 'Southpaw'

With the big fight coming up this weekend between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, the Weinstein Company did a smart move and took the time to release the first TV Spot for the Antoine Fuqua-directed film 'Southpaw' starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Rachel McAdams, Forest Whitaker, Naomie Harris, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, Rita Ora, and Victor Ortiz. Show More Summary

They’re Baaaack! Harvey Weinstein, Former ‘Finding’ Flack Renew Their Vows

EXCLUSIVE: Whether Harvey Weinstein fired Broadway press representative Rick Miramontez or Rick fired the producer of Finding Neverland is now officially moot. Miramontez’s O&M Public Relations Company is back on board with the teamShow More Summary

Skin Trade and Kung Fu Killer Prove That Tony Jaa and Donnie Yen Can Still Kick Ass

Donnie Yen and Tony Jaa are two of cinema’s best action stars, but both men have seen a rough few years on screen. Yen had his solid 2011 film, Wu Xia, get lost down the Weinstein Company rabbit hole and then delivered three movies in...Show More Summary

Harvey Weinstein Talks Quentin Tarantino, Sony Hack And TV Division Sale

Producer Harvey Weinstein, who cofounded Miramax studio and is now co-chairmen of independent production house The Weinstein Company, regaled an audience with anecdotes from his lengthy career Saturday, paying particular homage to director Quentin Tarantino. "I always say the house that Ruth built was Yankee Stadium, and the house that Quentin [...]

Harvey Weinstein Pilfered 'Mad Max,' Almost Fired Ellen Barkin And Still Mourns 'Lord Of The Rings'

last monthNews : Huffington Post

Harvey Weinstein is a linchpin in today's Hollywood landscape, and has arguably secured his spot as the most notorious studio head in the business. The charismatic but intimidating executive, who now runs The Weinstein Company with his brother Bob after co-founding Miramax in 1979, joined Deadline.com's Mike Fleming Jr. Show More Summary

Newswire: The Weinstein Company adores French novel, showers it with film and book deal

After long feeling adrift in a fog of ennui, love is blooming for The Weinstein Company, like linden trees blossoming along the River Seine. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the company plans to adapt Happy People Read And DrinkShow More Summary

Weinstein Books to Publish English Edition of Agnes Martin-Lugand’s Novel

last monthMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

Weinstein Books will publish an English translation of Agnes Martin-Lugand’s Happy People Read and Drink Coffee. The Weinstein Company has also picked up the movie rights to this novel. The English edition is slated for publication in Spring 2016. Show More Summary

‘Happy People Read And Drink Coffee’ … And Also Get Weinstein Co Film & Book Deal

Weinstein Books and The Weinstein Company have acquired film and publishing rights to French author Agnes Martin-Lugand's debut novel Happy People Read and Drink Coffee. The book, originally self-published, will publish in the U.S. in spring 2016 from Weinstein Books, a joint venture with Perseus Books Group. Show More Summary

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