In October, while it tried to figure out its future in the wake of the crushing level of sexual misconduct allegations against co-founder Harvey Weinstein, The Weinstein Company wiped the rest of its 2017 slate clean by pulling both The Current War and Polaroid from its schedule. Now, The Weinstein Company has pulled… Read more...
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The Weinstein Company has yanked three of its 2018 movies War With Grandpa, Upside and Mary Magdalene, as the company may change hands.
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While the Weinstein Company deals with a few internal matters, it has pulled three films from their 2018 release dates — likely in anticipation of the company changing hands. Robert De Niro-Christopher Walken starrer The War with Grandpa...Show More Summary
"Paddington 2" broke the record for the best-reviewed movie on Rotten Tomatoes of all time, officially surpassing "Lady Bird." It was supposed to be distributed by The Weinstein Company in the United States, but producers looked forShow More Summary
As Harvey Weinstein is wearing disguises while seeking treatment for sex addiction, the Weinstein Company’s fate is still undetermined. One thing is for sure, according to a new Vanity Fair report: Weinstein’s last days at his eponymous company were grim, and there’s still a lot of stuff missing from TWC’s ... More »
An attempt by Qatar-owned film company Miramax to buy the Weinstein Co. has thrown a wrench into plans to sell the struggling studio to a group of investors led by former Obama administration official Maria Contreras-Sweet, according to people familiar with the matter who were not authorized to...
Paramount Network, the rebrand of Spike TV launching January 18, presented to the Television Critics Association on Monday. In opening announcement, Kevin Kay, President of Paramount Network, TV Land and CMT, said that co-productions of Waco and Yellowtone would not credit The Weinstein Company or Harvey Weinstein. Show More Summary
Two of four scripted shows on the new network, which takes over for Spike and launches Thursday, are produced by The Weinstein Company.
"Paddington 2" is the best-reviewed movie of 2018 so far, with a solid 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It was supposed to be distributed by The Weinstein Company in the United States, but producers looked for another distributor following...Show More Summary
After human resources was informed in 2014 that Emily Nestor, former front desk assistant for the Weinstein Company, was allegedly sexually harassed by Harvey Weinstein, company officials reportedly informed Nestor that any complaints would be directly reported to Weinstein himself. And when Helen Donahue, a former Vice employee, complained to human resources in 2015 that […]
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EXCLUSIVE: After a protracted bidding process, the sale of the scandal-scarred The Weinstein Company is close at hand, and the company will rise from the ashes with a future that will be forged by women, timely on a day when the Golden...Show More Summary
Following several months of bad publicity, it looks like The Weinstein Company could be close to selling. Here's what we know.
As distressed assets go, the Weinstein Company has lately been causing its financial backers and shareholders no small amount of actual distress. Much of the mini-major studio’s brand value is inextricably tied to co-founders Bob and Harvey Weinstein and their alchemical skill at attracting top talent, squeezing maximum profit out ... More »
The Weinstein Company could reportedly be sold for $500 million. The small figure is in the wake of the scandal surrounding its cofounder, Harvey Weinstein, who was fired after sexual misconduct allegations were revealed last year. Six...Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal reports that the deal is close to being approved.
Which isn’t a lot.
The embattled Weinstein Company is nearing a sale for less than $500 million, a movie that would result in its shareholders losing all of their equity. The company, founded in 2005, was once an indie movie powerhouse. In October, multiple sexual assault allegations against co-founder Harvey Weinstein put The Weinstein Co. Show More Summary