Harvey Weinstein was in Cannes today for the Cannes Lions Creativity Festival. The exec who has business dealings in the UK told me that he was “shocked” over Britain’s vote to leave the EU and predicted “discrimination” against some productions going forward. Show More Summary
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'SS-GB' hails from UK-based production house Sid Gentle Films and will air on BBC One across the pond. read more
The Weinstein Company has acquired U.S. distribution TV rights to SS-GB, the upcoming alternate history thriller from UK-based production house Sid Gentle Films and the BBC, which will air the five-part miniseries in the UK. The project...Show More Summary
Cablevision CEO, MSG Entertainment chairman and longtime Harvey and Bob Weinstein pal James Dolan has exited The Weinstein Company’s board of directors after a year in the gig. TWC confirmed the news today and said it already has named...Show More Summary
Leonardo DiCaprio suits up while leaving the home of Harvey Weinstein on Monday evening (June 21) in New York City. The movie producer and studio head held a private fundraiser to support presidential nominee Hillary Clinton that night. Other celebs who showed up included Jennifer Lopez, Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, and more! Earlier in [...]
Hillary Clinton followed the money trail Monday... right into Harvey Weinstein's living room. Harvey threw a fundraising shindig at his NYC home, and celebs swarmed the joint. Jennifer Lopez, Vera Wang, Leo DiCaprio, Martha Stewart, Sarah…
Something in the neighborhood of $1.8 million was raised at Harvey Weinstein’s star-packed fundraiser for Hillary Clinton in New York City Monday night, sources tell Deadline. The event for 50 or so Clinton supporters at Weinstein’s Manhattan...Show More Summary
congratulations to David Harper for his run at Sketchd, now concluded. I look forward to what he does next. Wait, here's the full piece. Johanna Draper Carlson on Giant Days. Lauren Weinstein and Mike Dawson on 5000 KM Per Second. Rachel Davies on After Nothing Comes. Show More Summary
Lin-Manuel Miranda recently predicted wouldn’t get a Hamilton movie “for, like, 20 years,” but his other signature work is coming to screens a lot sooner. Earlier this month we heard The Weinstein Co. had scooped up the movie rights to In the Heights, Miranda’s Tony-winning musical. Show More Summary
Just one day after Fed Up, the 2014 documentary on obesity and the food industry produced and narrated by Yahoo! Global News Anchor Katie Couric was criticized for “deceptive editing,” the Weinstein Company – which is the film's distributor...Show More Summary
Joel McHale hosted last night’s Council of Fashion Designers of America Fashion Awards at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York. It marked the first year that the annual show was produced by Harvey Weinstein and The Weinstein Company,...Show More Summary
A week after The Weinstein Company went after Open Road and the producers of the upcoming Playmobil movie over who actually has the right to distribute the animated pic, the other side hit back – and they’re not playing around. “There...Show More Summary
When BASE jumper Brendan Weinstein took to the skies in a wingsuit over the eastern Sierra Nevada mountain range on Sunday, he had no idea he was being trailed. It was only upon reviewing his camera footage a few days later, Weinstein...Show More Summary
Lin-Manuel Miranda, the star and creator of Broadway’s smash hit Hamilton, is about to see his earlier Tony-winning play, In the Heights, become a movie. CBS News has announced that The Weinstein Co. wants to adapt In the Heights as a movie. Show More Summary
I'll admit it. I'm a Lin-Manuel Miranda hipster. Sure, everyone's all over him now because of Hamilton, but I was there back before people all over the country knew his name. Back when I sat mesmerized in a Broadway theater watching a musical that captured so much of my life as a Latinx in New York City, In the Heights. Now, that musical is finally going to be a film.
Long-gestating adaptation of the Tony Award-winning musical finally moving towards the screen.
A film adaptation of Hamilton mastermind Lin-Manuel Miranda's debut musical, In the Heights, has been revived by the Weinstein Company, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Universal was developing an In the Heights movie with screenwriter...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: The Weinstein Company says it had a $35 million-plus deal for an animated movie based on the Playmobil toys, and today the company went to court to make sure that agreement is enforced or some hefty damages are paid out — even...Show More Summary
On the latest episode of The Real Housewives of New York City, LuAnn de Lesseps invited Dorinda Medley and Jules Weinstein to dinner at the Empire Steakhouse so that they could spend some time with the man she was dating, Tom D’Agostino Jr. Show More Summary