The map of the journey to love looks different for each person who unfolds it. Edie Weinstein helps to navigate the winding roads. The post Do We Choose Love or Does Love Choose Us? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Below the jump, Michael Moynihan interviews the Racial Supremacist "protesters" at Evergreen. Brett Weinstein has meanwhile put his family into hiding due to threats to his safety. Real threats, by the way. Not threats of hearing opinions he doesn't like....
And by ‘Progressive Broflakes’, tonight, I mean “Bret Weinstein”. Although I first encountered the species back in the mid-1970s, on a midwestern state university campus, where an earlier generation of More Feminist Than You Ladies men decided to “liberate” the women’s lounge in the Student Union, a room with some battered couches and tables adjacent […]
The Weinstein Co.’s untitled English-language remake of their critically acclaimed French release The Intouchables will open nationwide on March 9 next year. The movie follows the unexpected friendship between Phillip Lacasse (BryanShow 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
EVERGREEN STATE AND THE BATTLE FOR MODERNITY: “Currently, news reports indicate that vigilante groups are roaming the campus with bats, seeking out Weinstein supporters (for what reason, you can use your imagination).” They told me if Donald Trump were elected, fascist mobs would seek out Jews and their supporters. And they were right!
The Weinstein Co., after shepherding one of reality TV’s first breakout series, Project Runway, along with several successful theatrical documentaries, now wants to move deeper into fact-based TV content. "A lot of our films startedShow More Summary
Chaos erupted at Evergreen State College when biology professor Bret Weinstein was set upon by a moonbat mob for daring to speak out against white people being banned from the
"To the faculty, too afraid to speak out: I urge you to walk toward the fire." The post Professor at Evergreen College backs Bret Weinstein, expects to be called a racist appeared first on Hot Air.
There’s something about not being able to see something that makes it infinitely more intriguing. For example, if the Weinstein Co. and Dimension films had just released Amityville: The Awakening on its originally scheduled release date...Show More Summary
In the past fortnight, the Evergreen State College mob has incited violence against a professor, gotten said professor, Bret Weinstein, to flee campus in fear for his physical safety, inflicted $10,000 in property damage on campus, shut...Show More Summary
Kris Osborn Security, Nevertheless, despite clear evidence in favor of deploying nuclear weapons, modernizing the US arsenal has long been a cost concern and strategic liability for US strategic planners. In fact, Weinstein said there is concern that both Russian and Chinese nuclear arsenals are now more modern and advanced than existing U.S. Show More Summary
Weinstein Co. and Dimension Films’ is moving Blumhouse’s Amityville: The Awakening off its June 30 release to a date to be determined. The Bella Thorne-Jennifer Jason Leigh horror series installment directed by Franck Khalfoun has been moved around the calendar a few times. Show More Summary
"Inside of Evergreen, actually we are descending further into madness." The post Bret Weinstein on Evergreen: ‘it is very cult-like’ appeared first on Hot Air.
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
The WSJ today carries a piece by Professor Bret Weinstein of Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. He was the professor, whose stand against what he called a “coercive segregation” of whites off campus during what had been traditionally a day when people of color voluntarily stayed away to demonstrate their value to the community. What’s […]
(Scott Johnson) The Wall Street Journal calls on Evergreen State College biology professor Bret Weinstein to explain the ordeal in which he is engulfed. Professor Weinstein provides the back story in the column “The campus mob came for...Show More Summary