Last week we let you guys know that Quentin Tarantino's next movie has found its new studio home after ditching the Weinstein company. Tarantino's ninth film - we'll just call it #9 - will be produced by Sony. On top of that...Show More Summary
Maria Contreras-Sweet, the former head of the U.S. Small Business Administration under President Obama, has made a bid to acquire The Weinstein Company, with terms that include a majority-female board and a fund for Harvey Weinstein's alleged victims of sexual abuse. Video provided by Reuters
EXCLUSIVE: The first true bid for the assets of the trouble The Weinstein Company will be a difficult one to beat for any bidders thinking of getting into the fray. It starts with the woman fronting the bid, a Mexican immigrant who served...Show More Summary
Maria Contreras-Sweet has a revolutionary idea for the Weinstein Company: no more men.
The Weinstein Company might not be done, after all — though if one potential reported bidder has her way the production house will look and operate a whole lot differently. According to Deadline, Maria Contreras-Sweet, the founder of ProAmerica Bank and the former head of the Small Business Administration from ... More »
Meanwhile, the director and producers of 'Wind River' have successfully taken back control of the film from The Weinstein Company.
The interests of a wealthy Kazakh fugitive, a company tied to disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and the Trump Organization all intersected here Friday in unusual court proceedings. The courtroom … Click to Continue »
Quentin Tarantino has decided to go with Sony for his next movie. Previously he had only worked with Harvey Weinstein-owned companies Miramax and The Weinstein Company. His ninth movie will be set in late 1960s Los Angeles. After practically...Show More Summary
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Good news for The Weinstein Company... It's being sued again, but not for sexual harassment. The widow of the author of the novel, "The Amityville Horror" is suing Harvey Weinstein, Bob Weinstein and TWC, for allegedly ripping off her dead…
The studio co-founded by embattled movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is hoping a cuddly bear in a blue coat will save it from bankruptcy — for now. Weinstein Co. and French-owned production company StudioCanal have sold the North American distribution rights for the kids’ movie “Paddington 2” to Warner...
Legal woes for the Weinstein Co. mounted on Wednesday when the company was hit with a class-action lawsuit on behalf of dozens of women accusing co-founder Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, battery and lewd conduct. The lawsuit filed in a Southern California branch of the federal court is the...
By Max Covill Everyone's favorite talking bear will be released without ties to sexual assault. The article WB Acquires ‘Paddington 2’ From The Weinstein Company appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Warner Bros. has acquired the distribution rights to Paddington 2 from the embattled Weinstein Company, arriving in theaters January 2018.
The beloved bear has found a new home as The Weinstein Company has sold the film to another studio.
Paddington would very much like to be removed from this narrative, one that he never asked to be a part of. Do you hear that? That’s the sound of Paddington — the fictional children’s book bear — listening to “Since U Been Gone” or “Bye Bye Bye” or, most likely, ... More »
The sequel is currently #1 at the UK box office The post Warner Bros. Takes Paddington 2 from The Weinstein Company appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Let's be clear about one thing: in the wake of the news about Harvey Weinstein and company, young people need decent role models now more than ever before. And judging by Mariska Hargitay's incredible speech at American Girl's private Character Counts reception, she's your go-to woman for the job. Show More Summary
The suit was filed on behalf of hundreds of actresses who auditioned for Weinstein.
The Weinstein Company and Harvey Weinstein have been slapped with a class action lawsuit, claiming the Company had a long-running practice of isolating and blacklisting Weinstein's alleged victims and covering up his alleged predatory tactics. The…