"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.
During the throes of awards season.
Starring Bradley Cooper.
"No settlement. No interest in one."
It will replace the original, R-rated version of the Best Picture winner.
Kate Moss made him do it.
In all fairness, you can't let good M&Ms go to waste.
Over 'Fahrenheit 9/11' profits.
He leaves the room when the film's name is called.
Including, "Let movie stars tell you whom to vote for."
Our reaction to this also requires some bleeps.
And a new tagline: “Some things never go out of style: Friendship; Courage; Loyalty.”
It is NC-17 no more. Harvey's will, it will be done.
They've brought on super-lawyer David Boies to fight the ratings board.
"Who knows, maybe we'll do a movie about the princes next."
"How did 'Piranha 3D' get an R and 'Blue Valentine' gets an NC-17? It’s ridiculous — a penis got coughed up in the movie by a piranha!"
Donna Gigliotti, a Miramax vet who produced 'Shakespeare in Love,' is the studio's new head of production.
Harvey Weinstein makes a statement.
Leonard Blavatnik, the man with the $150 million apartment, has decided to bankroll some indie flicks.