Harvey Weinstein Said That David Cameron Said That British People Really Don’t Like Mitt Romney

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses the media outside 10 Downing Street in London, on August 10, 2011, following a fourth night of violence in Britain. Youths smashed their way into stores and torched cars in central England on Tuesday, police said, as Britain's worst riots for decades entered a fourth night. AFP PHOTO / BEN STANSALL (Photo credit should read BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images) Photo: BEN STANSALL/2011 AFP

In a radio interview with the BBC, Harvey Weinstein passed along some hot gossip from what we imagine was some kind of London Olympics event for fancy people: "I witnessed Prime Minister saying to a group of people, myself included, that Mitt Romney had that unique distinction of uniting all of England against him with his various remarks," the movie mogul recalled. Sure, it's a secondhand report, but Cameron's public reaction to Romney's summer Games gaffe makes it pretty easy to take Weinstein's word on this one.