Election 2016, HIllary Rodham Clinton Rebecca Koon Look, a photo of Hillary Clinton. Was that really so hard? Photo by Brett Weinstein. Last night, Hillary Clinton became the first woman nominated for the presidency by a major American political party. Show More Summary
The Weinstein Company has released the first film clip from their upcoming film, HANDS OF STONE! HANDS OF STONE starring Robert De Niro, Edgar Ramirez, Usher Raymond, Ana de Armas, Ellen Barkin and John Turturro. The film is is written and directed by Jonathan Jakubowicz. Show More Summary
A Zappos employee recently had a customer service call that lasted 10 hours and 43 minutes, breaking an internal record at the Amazon-owned online retailer. On June 11, in Zappos' Las Vegas headquarters, Steven Weinstein answered a call from a customer who needed some help with an order of a few items. Show More Summary
So get this: IN THE DEEP, the shark thriller from Johannes Roberts (THE OTHER SIDE OF THE DOOR) was slated to come out direct-to-video next week on August 2nd. The operative word being was. Right under the wire, like Indiana Jones scooping up his hat as the stone wall falls, Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios has snatched up the rights from Dimension. They... Read More...
According to Deadline, BBC and Weinstein Television are launching a six-part adaptation of Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables in which viewers definitely won’t hear the people sing. Veteran scribe Andrew Davies (the recent War & Peace miniseries) will adapt Hugo’s nearly 1500-page book and ignore the famous musical that took inspiration from the work. Show More Summary
A classic novel that has been required reading for many students and is considered one of the greatest novels of the 19th century is on its way to television. The novel is Victor Hugo’s “Les Miserables,” which has had adaptations...
One day more Les Miz will be back on TV: The BBC and the Weinstein Co. have paired to adapt Les Misérables for a TV event. With their voices soft as thunder as they tear your hope apart, the six-part series, to be written by Andrew Davies, will be an ... More »
Having jointly conquered one literary classic with Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace, the Weinstein Co. and BBC are re-teaming for an event TV adaptation of Victor Hugo’s classic Les Miserables. The six-point mini will be written by award-winning scribe Andrew Davies, who also adapted Tolstoy’s epic tale for TWC and the BBC. Show More Summary
"This is inexplicable!" The Weinstein Company has unveiled the full-length, official trailer for Hands of Stone, one of the two major boxing movies this year (the other being Miles Teller's Bleed For This). The film tells the true story of professional boxer Roberto Durán, played by Edgar Ramirez, who hails from Panama. Show More Summary
The Weinstein Company is gearing up for the August 26 bow of Hands Of Stone, the Roberto Duran boxing biopic starring Edgar Ramirez and Robert De Niro that the company scooped up during Cannes 2015. Usher co-stars as Duran’s rival Sugar...Show More Summary
Originally, director John Lee Hancock‘s The Founder was scheduled to open in theaters this August. Only a few short weeks before its opening, The Weinstein Company has had a change of heart. Instead of playing as counterprogramming next month, the biopic about McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton) has been postponed to awards season. Show More Summary
Less than a month before the Ray Kroc biopic, The Founder, was supposed to hit theaters, the Weinstein Company has decided to move it into the year-end Oscar derby: Deadline reports that the movie will now get a limited release on December 16, before opening nationally January 20. The Michael Keaton–led ... More »
EXCLUSIVE: The Weinstein Company is moving its Oscar hopeful The Founder, starring Michael Keaton in the role about McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc, off its August 5th date and will push it to later into the year for Oscar consideration....Show More Summary
Tim Hill’s family comedy starring Robert De Niro, War With Grandpa, will receive a wide release on April 21, 2017, Weinstein Co./Dimension announced today. Mike Fleming broke the news exclusively last month about De Niro’s attachment...Show More Summary
Can you believe it’s been nearly seven years since Rob Zombie’s Halloween sequel hit theaters? It’s no wonder the franchise was plucked away from The Weinstein Company/Dimension Films, where it now resides at Blumhouse with Adam Wingard circling to direct. But before this impasse, Dimension and Trancas International had been developing the living hell out […]
Proving that you can go home again, former ESPN SportsCenter anchor Bram Weinstein is returning to his native Washington, D.C. as the full-time replacement for Tony Kornheiser on radio station WTEM. Weinstein came to ESPN in 2008 after working extensively on DC radio and TV. Show More Summary
Red Oak Realty agent Corey Weinstein was recently helping a married couple -- toddler in tow, pregnant with their second child and living on the East Coast -- find a home in the San Francisco Bay Area. "Coming here to look at properties was a real challenge," said Weinstein. Luckily, this agent has had practice looking for workarounds for families...
What has tulips and sudden change in its release date? This period drama! The Weinstein Company has pushed the release date for the Alicia Vikander period drama Tulip Fever back from July 15 to February 24 of next year — hey, that's just two days before the Oscar ceremony, right when nobody ... More »
Tulip Fever, the Weinstein Company film that had last been set for July 15 in limited release, has now been pushed to February 24, 2017. The film stars Oscar winner Alicia Vikander, Christoph Waltz and Judi Dench. Set in 17th century...Show More Summary
Pretty enough to frame It’s a cliche to refer to a house as a work of art. But you might get away with it this time, as the seller of 350 Hill Street in Dolores Heights is Rowland Weinstein, owner of the Weinstein Gallery on Clementina...Show More Summary