UPDATED, 4:50 PM: Leap!, The Weinstein Co.’s animated feature, is changing dates yet again — this time moving up by five days to August 25, 2017. In this end of summer slot, the company still has horror film Polaroid for the weekend (which is likely move now) as well as Tulip Fever (which has also jogged around the release schedule). Show More Summary
"This isn't the land of backup, Jane, this is the land of 'you're on your own.'" The Weinstein Company has debuted a second trailer for the indie thriller Wind River, the feature directorial debut of screenwriter Taylor Sheridan (of Sicario and Hell or High Water previously). Show More Summary
Writer and now director Taylor Sheridan is getting to the finish line with The Weinstein Company’s Wind River, the latest installment of a trilogy of sorts that includes Sicario and Hell Or High Water. Both of the those pics were Oscar nominated, the latter landing a Best Picture nom this year as well as for Sheridan’s script. Show More Summary
Former Today Show and MSNBC anchor Tamron Hall is teaming with Weinstein Television on a daytime talk show, with Hall to serve as host and executive producer. In addition to the daytime show, The Weinstein Company and Hall will collaborate...Show More Summary
"Sometimes to deal with tragedies we make up urban legends." The Weinstein Company / Dimension Films has debuted the official trailer for a horror film titled Polaroid, about an Polaroid camera that kills people. Well, not exactly. The...Show More Summary
"What if she's good, mother?" The Weinstein Company has revealed a new trailer for animated film Leap!, also known as Ballerina, telling the story of a young ballerina in Paris. The film already opened in theaters in most of Europe, and was scheduled for release in the US in March until TWC pushed it back to August. Show More Summary
Brian Weinstein has joined Bad Robot Productions as President and Chief Operating Officer and will work closely with the company’s co-CEOs J.J. Abrams and Katie McGrath. The new executive joins the production company from CAA where he was head of global client strategy and had spent 12 years at the agency. Show More Summary
Deadline is reporting that The Weinstein Company and Dimension Films, owned by the Weinstein Brothers, are developing Sin City for television. Writer Glen Mazzara, who's credits include The Shield and The Walking Dead is the showrunner...Show More Summary
Rosenfeld Meyer & Susman LLP, the 60-year-old entertainment law firm in Beverly Hills, has a new partner: Brad S. Small. A former EVP TV Business & Legal Affairs at the Weinstein Company, he also has been a partner at the law firms Greenberg...Show More Summary
Back in 2013, The Weinstein Company expressed interest in bringing the world of Sin City to the small screen. They wanted the show to involve the series’ creator, Frank Miller, and the films’ co-director, Robert Rodriguez. However, they’re...Show More Summary
Sin City, Frank Miller's landmark comic series that spawned two movie adaptations directed by Robert Rodriguez and Miller, is being turned into a TV series. Deadline reports that The Weinstein Company and Dimension Films are developing a TV reboot that will closely follow the comics. Show More Summary
We aren't getting the second Paddington movie until 2018, but that hasn't stopped The Weinstein Company from giving us our first look at the upcoming British adventure flick.
The Weinstein Company has set an early 2018 release date for the upcoming sequel Paddington 2, starring Hugh Grant and Peter Capaldi.
"You're looking for clues, but you're missing all the signs." The Weinstein Company has unveiled an official trailer for the indie thriller Wind River, the feature directorial debut of screenwriter Taylor Sheridan (of Sicario and Hell or High Water previously). Show More Summary
Fresh off of its Cannes debut, The Weinstein Company has released the first official trailer to Taylor Sheridan’s written and directorial debut thriller Wind River, starring Elizabeth Olsen and Jeremy Renner on the hunt to catch a criminal. Show More Summary
The Weinstein Company has acquired distribution rights for Michael Moore's secretive documentary Fahrenheit 11/9 about Donald Trump's administration.
Michael Moore has been secretly making a documentary about Donald Trump’s presidential election victory titled Fahrenheit 11/9, and The Weinstein Company toppers Bob and Harvey Weinstein have just personally secured worldwide rightsShow More Summary
So, is Harvey to blame? "For decades, Weinstein bestrode the Oscars like a colossus, pulling off coup after coup (pushing Shakespeare in Love to a best-picture victory over Saving Private Ryan; winning two in a row with The King’s Speech and The Artist). He held sway over a stable of actors: 'Working for Harvey is […]
Earlier this year, Malia Obama embarked on a new journey interning at The Weinstein Company in New York City. We've been keeping up with her casual office style every step of the way. Some of our favorite looks include the time she wore a cool crop-top with a shearling jacket or her sporty all-black ensemble. Show More Summary
The Weinstein Company has one of the largest and most accommodating shelves in the movie business, able to bear the weight of countless festival acquisitions and in-house productions for as long as Harvey and Bob need to gin up a marketing strategy, distribution money, or an 87-minute voice-over-heavy cut. Show More Summary