By Toluse Olorunnipa, Kevin Cirilli and Austin Weinstein (Bloomberg) — President Donald Trump will sign executive orders on Monday to withdraw the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal and renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, according to an official familiar with the plans. Show More Summary
A first look of Benedict Cumberbatch as Thomas Edison in The Current War has just been released by the Weinstein Company. The image shows Cumberbatch looking solemn and thoughtful in period garb against the backdrop of a dimly lit interior. Show More Summary
Malia Obama is looking forward to life after the White House, and things are looking up in a big way. Barack and Michelle’s oldest daughter accepted an internship with Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. The former first daughter has wasted no time getting her feet wet on civilian soil, and a film great has taken notice,... Show More Summary
Malia Obama is going from the world of presidential campaigns to Oscar campaigns: The former first daughter is going to be interning for Harvey Weinstein, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Obama, who is taking a gap year before going...Show More Summary
Former President Barack Obama's oldest daughter, Malia Obama, is continuing to rack up entertainment experience in a new internship at major movie and television studio the Weinstein Company. The New York Post's Page Six reported that...Show More Summary
Having penned two books of his own, Barack Obama is no stranger to the arts, and it looks as if Malia Obama may be following in her father’s footsteps. But while Obama plans to return to his writing desk since leaving the White House, his daughter is going into the movie business. Page Six reported...
Malia Obama’s gap year is truly taking shape. Starting next month, the 18-year-old daughter of former president Barack Obama and Michelle Obama, who graduated from Sidwell Friends last May but won’t attend Harvard University until fall 2018, will intern for Hollywood heavyweight Harvey Weinstein in the super-producer’s New York office. Show More Summary
Malia Obama is chasing dreams of her own. With her father, Barack Obama, leaving the White House today, his 18-year-old daughter is making her way into the Hollywood scene. Malia has landed an internship with prolific film producer Harvey Weinstein, The Hollywood Reporter confirms. She will start work in The Weinstein Co.’s New York City [...]
We already knew that Malia Obama is taking a gap year before starting her studies at Harvard University, but now we have a clue as to what she might be doing in the in-between time. According to Page Six, Malia has nabbed an internship with Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. The ... More »
Malia Obama is reportedly heading to the Big Apple.
Malia is going to Hollywood! While her family begins their "normal" life in Washington D.C., the oldest Obama daughter is interning with legendary producer Harvey Weinstein before starting her first semester at Harvard. The 18-year-old...Show More Summary
Malia Obama To Intern For Harvey Weinstein Malia Obama is taking over Hollywood! Obama’s eldest daughter will be working with Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein this February before heading off to Harvard University in the fall. According to THR, Malia
The secular filmmaker Joshua Weinstein stood on a helter-skelter corner in this ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhood next to shops selling conservative fashions and Internet-disabled smartphones, and pondered his recent guerrilla shoot. “The strangest casting moment, let me think about that,” the...
In May last year, The Weinstein Co acquired most worldwide rights to The Guardian Brothers, the Chinese animated film it is re-voicing in English. Now joining the previously set cast of Meryl Streep, Mel Brroks and Nicole Kidman areShow More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Chris Columbus has come aboard as executive producer of Menashe, the Yiddish-language drama from Joshua Z. Weinstein that is having its world premiere in the NEXT section of the Sundance Film Festival which kicks off thisShow More Summary
In Weinstein Co.'s "The Founder," opening nationwide this week, McDonald's executive Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton) uses strong-arm tactics to wring gold from the golden arches, turning them into a ubiquitous symbol of American success. But in the process, he alienates associates and burns his share...
The future (of food) is female Randi Weinstein is getting shit done. The director of events for Charleston Wine + Food, a popular annual food festival, Weinstein is familiar with the food industry and, particularly, the lack of women in the food industry. Show More Summary
The Weinstein Company’s awards-season pic Lion will screen next week for UNICEF and the UN Foundation at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The special screening Tuesday will be part of a program to highlight the UnitedShow More Summary
The first wave of reviews for Gold are disappointing. Unfortunately, Stephen Gaghan‘s latest directorial effort, which The Weinstein Company positioned as an awards contender, so far hasn’t connected with critics. Perhaps it’ll fareShow More Summary
The cast of Stranger Things hit the carpet together at The Weinstein Company & Netflix Party following the 2017 Golden Globes at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday night (January 8) in Beverly Hills, Calif. Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, and Finn Wolfhard mingled inside with their co-star Joe Keery, as well as Thomas Barbusca and [...]