EXCLUSIVE: The Weinstein Co. has put its long-gestating adaptation of Paolo Coelho’s global bestseller The Alchemist into a 12-month turnaround. The decision marks the end, for now at least, of a near-decade long attempt to get the New Age page-turner to the big screen. Show More Summary
Focus Features' The Danish Girl had a robust beginning to its theatrical run during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, but it was The Weinstein Company's Carol that held the reins as the top per theater average champ. Open Road's Spotlight...Show More Summary
"Here's what makes 70mm so glorious!" Still confused by the "roadshow" version of The Hateful Eight? The Weinstein Company has released a featurette explaining the story behind why Quentin Tarantino wanted to shoot this film in 65mm ultra-panavision and how they're planning to release it in 70mm in certain theaters around the country. Show More Summary
The Air Force passed another important milestone Nov. 20 as Lt. Gen. Jack Weinstein assumed his new duties.
Weinstein Live Entertainment (WLE) will team up with Théâtre du Châtelet to bring the Paris company’s production of Singin’ In The Rain to Broadway in 2016 and on a world tour. Dates, theaters and other details will be announced later. The...Show More Summary
Right after Carol posted the third-highest per-theater average of 2015 in its opening weekend, the Weinstein Company has issued a new dialogue-free trailer for the Oscar contender. It’s 1950s New York, and twentysomething Therese (Rooney...Show More Summary
Todd Haynes' Carol conquered the specialty box office this weekend, boasting the third-biggest opening of 2015 in terms of theater average. The Weinstein Company release grossed more than $248K in four New York and L.A. theaters. The title clearly dominated the weekend's new releases. Show More Summary
Over on our discussion of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation and the Army’s “Fighting Knights” sign in Hawaii, Mikey Weinstein’s band of trolls have taken exception with my characterization of Weinstein as a “punk troublemaker” in the Facebook comments. I have other more appropriate terms at my disposal if you’d like to test my vocabulary. […]
A new trailer for Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight has been released, showcasing more of Samuel L. Jackson's character Major Marquis Warren. Check it out below: The Weinstein Company will release The Hateful Eight in select theaters on December 25, 2015 with an exclusive two-week roadshow opening in 70mm. Show More Summary
The Weinstein Company has released a brand new poster for director Quentin Tarantino’s western “The Hateful Eight,” starring Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Samuel L. Jackson, Tim Roth, Michael Madsen, Bruce Dern, Demian Bichir, Walton Goggins, and Channing Tatum. Show More Summary
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Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara will add sizzle to the indie box office this weekend with the theatrical roll out of Todd Haynes' Carol, based on Patricia Highsmith’s novel The Price of Salt. The Weinstein Company release should add momentum...Show More Summary
The return of "Real Housewives of New York City" for its eighth season is still a long wait but reports about what to expect have already surfaced. According to E Online, filming for the reality series has already started and majority of the cast are making a comeback to the show.
Harvey Weinstein's board ponders the future (with Ron Burkle?) as the studio makes a big bet on Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight.' read more
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TWC, which is laying off workers in order to save money, hired Morgan Stanley to help it locate a buyer. read more
The Weinstein Co., the New York indie film studio, plans to lay off 40 to 50 workers across its film operations. The cuts are coming next week, but will not affect the company's television unit, chief operating officer David Glasser confirmed on Sunday. Instead, the job losses are expected to mostly...
The Weinstein Company is expected to lay off between 40 and 50 staffers in the next week. The layoffs will take place in the company’s Los Angeles, New York and London offices and focus on film operations including distribution, publicity and legal. Show More Summary
The news this morning: a 4K water bill, closed childcare, and environmental policy. A Toronto homeowner is facing a $4,000 water bill for the house whose main floor she rents out. Avra Weinstein told CTV News that she didn’t discover...Show More Summary
Tracy Morgan will star opposite Mike Epps and Kate Hudson in The Weinstein Company's upcoming expose on comedian Richard Pryor.