At Cannes, the Oscar-savvy Weinstein showcased three compelling trailers starring Forest Whitaker, Idris Elba, and Michael B. Jordan.
When you want it this bad, you get someone who knows how to win. (But nobody's perfect!)
Big shots with a lot of money be hatin' other big shots with a lot of money.
About the film Birth of a Nation.
Does sarcasm read in headlines?
"So sexy, so brilliant, and so hard-lived, the performance."
"I bet Harvey would give a great massage. I think he's so sexy and smart and he's very giving."
Also: Chris O'Dowd singing!
The French taught him how.
Tilda Swinton and Adele, too.
Act like you didn't see this coming.
So sayeth the Weinsteins.
And Harvey passed.
Less than a week after the film took home five Oscars.
He says he's been talking to her about a new biopic.
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Movie's producer, Thomas Langmann, dishes to Deadline.
"You learn after a while, it's like doctors and patients."
"I think she can play Marilyn on the Broadway stage."
"That gets nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor. And it's not mine."
Stillman is back with his first movie in thirteen years.
Tap dancing! Cute dogs! John Goodman!
Maybe not, but Harvey Weinstein thinks she can create some buzz.
"Figure it out."
With a few choice expletives.