... there was no sight of Brad Pitt.
'When you're Billy the Kid and people around you die of natural causes, everyone thinks you shot them.'
The studios filed dueling lawsuits yesterday over a movie so heart-wrenching, it probably won't earn back its $5.5 million budget, even with an endorsement from Oprah.
The Weinstein Company has announced an August 21 release date for Quentin Tarantino's poorly spelled WWII actioner.
Unlike Heidi Klum, Gunn seems to have a grip on the legal mess embroiling the show.
The 'Post' reports that the Weinstein Company today laid off 24 people (11 percent of its workforce), citing the economy.
It's an orgy of lawsuits, people!
Negotiations for an out-of-court settlement are not taking place.
One half of soul duo Sam & Dave claims the movie "gives a defamatory account" of an ill-fated reunion they attempted in 1982.
Are we ever going to see this damn show again?
They've got to fill the void somehow, and 'Project Runway' is getting stale.
We thought the show would return to the air next summer, but now it could take even longer.
After five years of delays, Weinstein has pushed back the release date of 'Killshot.' Does this movie even exist?
The latest spate of publicity surrounding the big guy has us thinking that the old villain of yore might be making a comeback.
Taping will continue as planned while the show remains homeless. Which means LiLo stays!
A judge ruled NBC should have had the chance to match Lifetime's offer for the show.
The CBS anchor identifies with the former presidential candidate. Plus, why it's not looking good for Wall Street bonuses, or the doorman who won $5 million on a scratch ticket a couple of months ago, and more, in our daily rundown of New York media, finance, real-estate, and law news.
Why it's totally possible that fifteen years of Weinstein tapes exist.
Details on 'Project Runway,' 'The Reader,' and 'Promises, Promises' get dug out of a recycling bin on Greenwich Street.