To late November.
It beat Dreamgirls' per-theater record.
Harvey's threatening to leave the MPAA.
The Paul Rudd comedy is going to the Weinstein Company.
Miramax and the Weinsteins are teaming up to put out sequels to Miramax's greatest hits. Get ready for 'Rounders 2'!
They've brought on super-lawyer David Boies to fight the ratings board.
Donna Gigliotti, a Miramax vet who produced 'Shakespeare in Love,' is the studio's new head of production.
Rating given based on "excessive language."
Studio has about $335 million in debt to pay off.
Christoph Waltz got nothing from the Weinsteins, but his next studio paid up for his Best Supporting Actor win.
Eli Roth is tweezing in preparation for the big show.
With the help of some rich people, of course.
Fox took it after the Weinsteins saw footage and concluded "it's not very good at all."
Says a Weinstein Company guy: "At this moment in time there has been no plan between us nor the theater chains that we deal with to cut any theaters."
"Goldman Sachs and Ambac have basically agreed to work with the Weinsteins to figure out a way to have the studio go forward in a healthy manner."
We don't really see this turning around unless they recut the movie to include more Fergie.
The Weinsteins are pretty happy this morning, while Clint Eastwood no doubt added a shot of vodka to his morning prune juice.
A big day for the Weinstein Company!