Also some movie trailers, if you're into that.
"The label deserves to be a household name in the same ranks as Chanel, Dior, and Oscar de la Renta."
Georgina Chapman will reportedly be a "creative consultant."
"I liked 12 Years a Slave, but Quentin covered a lot of that ground first."
From screening My Left Foot in Hawaii to hiring Obama’s deputy campaign manager, and all the shady stuff in between.
It'll happen on its own.
He's owned the rights for it since 1998.
"I don’t need a stunt man. Leo, do you want a stunt man?"
To get Can a Song Save Your Life? Harvey pulled out his secret weapon: film history.
Will a controversial happier ending mean a happier audience?
Remember The Crying Game? It's like that, apparently.
At Cannes, the Oscar-savvy Weinstein showcased three compelling trailers starring Forest Whitaker, Idris Elba, and Michael B. Jordan.
We're sticking with "Weinstein Heir."
When you want it this bad, you get someone who knows how to win. (But nobody's perfect!)
With genie pants for lounging around one's palazzo.
Big shots with a lot of money be hatin' other big shots with a lot of money.
About the film Birth of a Nation.