Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, but Sin City is about to become a television series. Back in 2013, Bob Weinstein of The Weinstein Company made headlines by saying that his company had plans for a television series set in the Sin City universe that would bring back both Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller in some capacity. And while that didn’t exactly pan out the way that the Weinsteins hoped, that project was apparently more asleep than dead, because the news broke today that The Weinstein Company has all their ducks in a row for a Sin City series.
The Weinstein Company has a notorious history of dumping projects after sitting on them for ages, and now harvey is poised to do the same with Suite Francaise, the World War II drama starring Michelle Williams and Matthias Schoenaerts. The movie will be premiering on Lifetime on May 22, to little fanfare, so set your DVRs accordingly.
Looks like Quentin Tarantino's upcoming 'Django Unchained' is big enough to get its own own panel inside Comic-Con 2012's Hall H, which previously housed large panels by Disney, Sony and 'The Walking Dead,' to name just a few. Well, when you add names like Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and Samuel L. Jackson to Tarantino, it's bound to get some special attention.
Recently, The Weinstein Company made headlines on behalf of its controversial documentary ‘Bully’ by publicly balking at the R rating applied to the film by the MPAA. Weinstein felt the rating was harsh, unfair and inappropriate, and he fought to have the decision reversed.
Now, the flip side of the equation, where the producers of ‘Piranha 3DD’ adopt a totally different stance by gleefully embrac
Proving that it takes a bully to beat a bully, the MPAA is refusing to cave on their R-rating for the Weinstein Company's new doc, 'Bully.' The documentary, which sheds a light on the important issue of schoolyard bullying, features "some language," which was just enough to ruffle the feathers of the notoriously difficult ratings board...