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snowpiercer%20ceasefire Snowpiercer: Bong Joon Ho and Harvey Weinstein Reach CeasefireOne of most anticipated films of last year was “Snowpiercer,” the ambitious adaptation of an obscure French comic book by supremely talented South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho, who was responsible for genuine masterpieces “Memories of Murder,” “The Host,” and “Mother.” Then… things stalled. The movie, which had a largely English-speaking cast (including Chris Evans, John Hurt, Ed Harris, Octavia Spencer, and Tilda Swinton), was deemed “too… Continue reading 'Snowpiercer': Bong Joon-Ho and Harvey Weinstein Reach Ceasefire

Harvey Weinstein really wants to get into the Katy Perry business. (Who doesn’t, but still.) During a pre-Oscar party at Soho House in Los Angeles, Weinstein was talking to Perry about co-starring in new drama about British opera singer and reality television star, Paul Potts.

“I was talking to Katy about a new project, a possible dramatic role in the Paul Potts movie, which will be shooting in England soon,” Weinstein… Continue reading Katy Perry, Movie Star? Harvey Weinstein Wants Singer For Paul Potts Bio

harvey and michelle Harvey Weinstein: My Marilyn Is Sexy, Beautiful, and Fun to Be Around

In case you haven’t noticed, this is Harvey Weinstein’s time of year. All year long, he has been hoarding his awards-worthy jewels, and now they’re finally being unveiled to the public. First up are ‘The Artist’ (a leading contender for Best Picture despite the fact that it’s silent) and ‘My Week With Marilyn,’ which appears destined to earn Michelle Williams her third Oscar nomination.

Fifty years… Continue reading Harvey Weinstein: My 'Marilyn' Is Sexy, Beautiful, and Fun to Be Around

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The Weinstein Company

September 21, 2011

this must be the place The Weinstein Company Takes This Must Be the PlaceThe Weinstein Company has announced that it has acquired domestic distribution rights to the upcoming Sean Penn starrer, This Must Be the Place.

Starring Sean Penn and written by Paolo Sorrentino (Il Divo, The Consequences of Love) and Umberto Contarello, This Must Be the Place tells the story of an aging rock star on a

The Weinstein Company Takes Untouchable

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The Weinstein Company

July 8, 2011

The Weinstein Company has announced its acquisition of the French film Untouchable and is eyeing both distribution of the original and an an English-language remake. Details from the official announcement are as follows:

UNTOUCHABLE is directed by Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache, produced by Nicolas Duval Adassovsky, Yann Zenou and Laurent Zeitoun, and written by Eric Toledano and Olivier