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'Big Eyes' Trailer Has Sights On Amy Adams' Next Oscar Nod

Amy Adams has five Oscar nominations to her name since 2006, but its "Big Eyes" that could finally put her in the winner's circle. The Tim Burton film, which The Weinstein Company will release on Christmas Day, tells the story of Margaret Keane (Adams), the famed painter whose husband claimed credit for her work to great acclaim and fortune. Show More Summary

Mikey Weinstein Responds to Pat Robertson Calling Him “One Little Jewish Radical” who is “Terrorizing” the Air Force

I know Pat Robertson saying something crazy isn't news to anybody, but now that the Air Force is allowing atheists to omit the words "So Help Me God" from the oath, he is flipping out over how quickly they changed this policy.He's especially...Show More Summary

Here's The First Poster For 'St. Vincent'

Bill Murray hasn't had a true lead role in a movie since 2005's "Broken Flowers," but that will change next month with the release of "St. Vincent." The Weinstein Company film stars Murray as the title character, a misanthrope with a secret heart of gold who helps his young neighbor come of age. Show More Summary

Hedge Fund News: Nelson Peltz, Boaz Weinstein & Tiger Global Management LLC

Break up Du Pont: Trian Fund (GantDaily) In a letter sent to DuPont’s Board of Directors, Trian Fund Management LP urged that DuPont be split up in order to be more competitive. The hedge fund established by billionaire Nelson Peltz, lauded the recent efforts of the company to shed non-core businesses, but said more needs […]

Air Force’s mind-boggling violation: Members forced to swear religious allegiance

The problem is worse than you realize, says Michael Weinstein, leader of a group protecting members from coercion

NOW, SEE, DOUG WEINSTEIN WANTED TO DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS AS A YEAR-ROUND DIVE RESORT IN KNOXVILLE: …

NOW, SEE, DOUG WEINSTEIN WANTED TO DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS AS A YEAR-ROUND DIVE RESORT IN KNOXVILLE: The deepest pool in the world is 131 feet deep. Though I’d make it half the depth and bigger in other dimensions.

Why Everyone Was Super Interested In 'The Imitation Game' Winning TIFF

"'Imitation Game' Audience Award Win Puts Weinsteins Back in Oscar Season Pole Position" reads the headline on awards expert Scott Feinberg's piece over at The Hollywood Reporter. Here's why Feinberg can make such a bold proclamation...Show More Summary

The Imitation Game Wins the People's Choice Award at TIFF '14

With the 39th Annual Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) coming to an end today, winners were announced for the 2014 iteration of the popular Canadian film festival with the Weinstein Company taking their third win in this category...Show More Summary

The Disappearance of The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby

I’m not entirely sure why Ned Benson’s The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them even exists. The Weinstein Company, in Harvey’s infinite wisdom, had Benson piece together this two-hour film out of scenes from two separate features, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him and Her, which both premiered to raves at last year’s Toronto Film Festival. Show More Summary

Cadet, Sweetgreen coming to Santa Monica, Hakkasan redo

Restaurateur Jeff Weinstein (The Counter, Freddy Smalls) and chef Kris Tominaga (ex-The Hart & the Hunter) are expected to open Cadet in Santa Monica in early October. The restaurant centers around a hearth and wood-fired grill, with a menu influenced by rustic French cooking and local...

On Behalf of 17 Re-Enlisting Air Force Officers, Military Religious Freedom Group Asks Defense Secretary to Fix Oath

The Military Religious Freedom Foundation's Mikey Weinstein just sent a letter to Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel on behalf of 17 officers, urging him to put a stop to the Air Force's bizarre enforcement of an oath that includes the unnecessary words "So Help Me God":

'Snowpiercer' Is Leading A Revolution In The Movie Industry, And It's Putting Hollywood To Shame

Producer Harvey Weinstein was criticized for trying to recut Korean sci-fi masterpiece "Snowpiercer," and he was accused of burying the film in retribution when director Boon Jong-ho refused to make changes. Although the film was a blockbuster...Show More Summary

Perfect Pulled Vegetable Sliders from Vegetarian Dinner Parties

Cookbook authors Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough have crafted a collection of 150 recipes that put vegetables at the center of the plate in Vegetarian Dinner Parties.

Toronto: ‘Finding Neverland’s Jeremy Jordan Races For Fest Premiere

Jeremy Jordan is legging it from Boston, where he played the lead role today in the  American Repertory Theatre matinee of Harvey Weinstein's new musical Finding Neverland, to Toronto. He's racing to be with co-star Anna Kendrick for...Show More Summary

DeadlineNow @ Toronto: Hammond Praises ‘St. Vincent’, Touched By ‘The Drop’

Deadline Awards Columnist Pete Hammond recounts his first full day at the 2014 Toronto Film Festival. For Hammond, Weinstein Co.'s Bill Murray comedy St. Vincent has awards potential, while the premiere of James Gandolfini's last film The Drop from Fox Searchlight drew a moving reception. Here's Hammond's take on both…

Toronto: Bill Murray Wows The Fest At World Premiere Of ‘St. Vincent’ – Can It Become A Stealth Awards Player Too?

Thunder and lightning and a sudden rainstorm couldn't dampen the spirits of moviegoers as the Toronto International Film Festival provided a change of pace Friday night with the World Premiere of The Weinstein Company's October release, St. Show More Summary

Toronto: How Ted Melfi Got His Bill Murray Prayers Answered On ‘St. Vincent’

As his directorial debut St. Vincent is unveiled tonight in a gala Weinstein Company premiere at Toronto, and with a Sony adaptation of J.R. Moeringer's The Tender Bar and a New Line remake of Going With Style percolating, Ted Melfi is hot stuff. Show More Summary

Quentin Tarantino’s New Movie Gets A Distributor And A Release Date

In what can be called not much of a surprise, the Weinstein Company is set to distribute Quentin Tarantino’s next film, The Hateful Eight, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Tarantino and the Weinstein’s have worked together on every one of Quentin’s films, starting with Reservoir Dogs all the way up through Django Unchained. Show More Summary

Quentin Tarantino’s ‘The Hateful Eight’ Will Be Released In Fall 2015 By The Weinsteins

BobandHarveyWeinstein donotintendonbeingdraggeddownbyHollywood’srecentslump,andthefactthattheywillbedistributingthefutureTarantinosmash-hit TheHatefulEight shouldpromisethemaveryprosperous2015. TheHollywoodReporterannouncedthatTarantino’sfilmwillbereleasedinthefallof2015.TheWeinsteinCompanyissettodistributeQuentinTarantino‘sTheHatefulEight,itwasannouncedonWednesday.

Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight' Shoots in January; Releases Fall 2015

2 weeks agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

The Weinstein Company picks up director Quentin Tarantino's Western 'The Hateful Eight', which will be released in 70mm. [...]

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